Die Cut Challenge. Now I usually have problems working with any die cuts that are not your basic "cut and glue" types. However, I wanted to participate in the challenge, so I pulled out my TCP Heart Rosette and Queen of Hearts border dies.
After stamping my Feelin' Cupidy image twice on white card stock in memento tuxedo black ink, I pulled out my prismacolor markers and colored both of them before cutting my card stock with my dies.
Once I had two of the rosettes out, and cutting one section to the center, I began the folding process overlapping both of the end pieces. Well whadda ya know!!! It works!! At least for me it finally does!! Now it was time for the border to be die cut and after punching out the hearts, I pulled some of them aside to use as embellishments later. After adding a sparkling dew drop to the center of my rosette and some primas to the top, I popped up the second rabbit image, added those extra hearts I kept aside and was done. Fairly quick and easy AND painless even with a migraine. Thank you Alma for making a rosette die that I can actually make work right!!!!!!
Thanks for stopping by today. Have a great weekend and there's still time to participate in the Moxie Fab World Cool Tools: Die Cutting challenge over on Cath's blog. There is also still plenty of time to making a card for the Cat's Pajamas Valentine Blog Hop.
Stamps: TCP Feelin' Cupidy
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Card Stock: White, Stampin Up! Close To Cocoa, Melon Mambo, Pink Pirouette, K&Company Designer Paper
Accessories: Prismacolor Markers, TCP Heart Rosette Die, TCP Queen Of Hearts Die, Big Shot, Dimensionals, Dew Drop, Pop Up Glue Dots, Primas, Small Glue Dots, Martha Stewart 2-Way Glue Pen