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Monday, February 22, 2010

CB/DT~Double Embossing~Nesties!!





Happy Mon.!

How is everyone doing on this fine Monday? I hope all is well, and you are warm and dry. We are having rain, but it is not too cold here. Good crafting weather to stay inside. I have not been doing any paper crafting for about a week now, been doing some sewing, but I couldn't miss another Cuttlebug challenge. Did you miss me last week? LOL. I sure missed all of you, and missed my paper crafting too. This week our challenge at The Cuttlebug Spot was double embossing, no not just using two folders, but leaving a blank space. We accomplished this task by using our nesties and with Nilda's great video tutorial. You can play along with us this week, as I'm sure my DT sister have created some adorable treats for your eyes. Why not give it a try, you will be surprised at yourself! My card is pretty simple, being that I couldn't find the original stamp I wanted to use and had to settle for this one. Today was not a good day for me, I needed to make 3 sympathy cards, yes it is that time again. This was going to be one of them, I figured I would kill two birds with one shot. Well, I shot myself in the foot, couldn't seem to get it together, so you will just have to bear with me for this week. I am not that pleased with this one. The Just Rite stamp was heat embossed, used my rectangle nesties, and the Birds & Swirls Cuttlebug folder. I added the MS border punch down the side along with gold foil-board and beads. It was just too plain for me. That is all for now, catcha in a few!



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11 Comments:

~JulieH~ said...

Oh my gosh Lillie this is stunning and the sentiment is so beautiful. Less is more is my kinda card! So elegant I love this card and you photographed it to perfection!
Hugs Juliexx

Kelly said...

OMG Lillie...this is totally AWESOME girlfriend! It is so elegant and I agree with Julie, you photographed it beautifully!

CelticWoman said...

Lillie, it's called elegant simplicity and you captured it dear one, this is stunning. Hugs

DonnaMundinger said...

Beautifully done, Lillie! I know it's hard, but sometimes simple is best and this is one of those times. It's truly lovely and will be greatly appreciated. xxD

Sandy from Ukiah said...

Oh Lillie, it's beautiful.. I think it is just so elegant looking.. I love it..very stunning. I love the sentiment.

VICKIE AUST said...

This is the most beautiful Sympathy that I have seen. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful work on your blog and showing us how to make beautiful cards.

Regina Easter said...

oh my gosh this is beautiful lillie...wow girl...oh so elegant...i will be searching the internet high and low for elegant weddingish stuff...i gotta do 200 plus invites...yikessssssss

Beth said...

this is very lovely! beautiful job!

Nita's World Handmade said...

Now this card is just STUNNING!!!
You go girl!!

Brens Designs said...

Wow! Beautiful!!!! Totally elegant and special.

Stacey said...

This is just stunning, I saw the demo and thought it was best left to the experts and I was right!!! Simply amazing x x x

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