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Julie Warner -https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com

For today’s Ways to Use it Challenge (WT396) on Splitcoast, we are to include at least 2 round things on our projects. I just happen to have 2 cards that fit the bill. The first one, is very CAS (clean and simple). The images on both cards are from DRS Designs. 

On the top card, the pumpkin and candy corn circle were stamped and colored w/ copic markers. Then I die cut them and the purple backing layers using both small and large Spellbinder circle die sets. For the background, I embossed just the right half using a Cuttlebug pumpkin folder. The finished card is 5.50 x 4.25.

Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs
Paper: Neenah white, dk purple
Ink: Ancient Page coal
Accessories: Spellbinders circle dies, Cuttlebug pumpkin embossing folder, copic makers

Julie Warner -https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com

For the second card, the moon and all those little round eyes count as my round objects. After stamping the ghosts and coloring w/ copics, I die cut them using the Spellbinders labels 21. I traced around the die and hand cut the black layer. The greeting was split in two and I used a small tag die for them. I cut the first half, turned the die around and cut the other half to get the same cut on both ends. The background was stamped w/ the orange/red Kaleidacolor ink and a punched fence was added at the bottom. The finished card is 4.45 x 5.50.

Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs
Paper: Neenah white, black
Ink: Ancient Page coal, Kaliedacolor Desert Heat
Accessories: Spellbinders labels 21 & tag dies, Martha Stewart bat fence border punch, copic markers

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Dimension is the challenge today for the Technique Lovers Challenge (TLC398) on Splitcoast! I loves me some dimension! I added some layers for dimension, added a little dimension in shading around the tree, also masked the tree to add stamp the presents for a little dimension and embossed the fronts for even more.

Julie Warner - https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com

This is a standard A2 card, but I scored it at 3.50 from the right and 2.0 from the left. Then I embossed both side sections. It seemed a little tricky at first, but I did the right side made a pencil mark on the left where the curvy line would be and lined that up with the embossing folder. I used a Grand Calibur and the mini cutting plate set and the big folder WILL fit in side ways to accomplish this.

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The inside is stamped, colored w/ copics & tombows and layered. I used the border dies down the side. The images are new from Our Daily Bread designs. I really love this tree image! The presents are a separate image so the tree can used with or without them.  I attached a couple of die cuts from the Spellbinders Asian Accents set to use as a closure and the front has stickles on all of the snow dots.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – Perfect Gift
Paper: Neenah white, dp (green is Old World Christmas by Paper Studio, pink is Basic Grey from Out of Print)
Ink: Ancient Page coal
Accessories: Spellbinders Winter Wonder embossing folder & Classic Inserts 3 border dies, Copics & Tombow markers (yes, u can use them together, lol), stickler, Spellbinders Asian Accents die used for closure
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We are so excited today to be posting a special Birthday Wish to Our Daily Bread designs owner … Kelley HollandThis is a very special birthday for Kelley, as it’s the BIG 50!!! 

For my Birthday Card to Kelley, I’m using the fabulous Path of Life set. I knew it would be wonderful paired with the always terrific ODBD Exclusive Window Die by Spellbinders.
 
 
The scene was colored with Copics and I attached the die cut window on top. I elevated it slightly to add some depth. For the background, I embossed some Williamsburg blue card stock I had in my stash with a Quickutz stripe label folder. I added a border embossed w/ a Cuttlebug border. The same border was used on the window sill piece. The flowers were made w/ hydrangea, small sun and small daisy punches. The punched tea cup was colored w/ Copics and added just because… Under the window I stamped the birthday greeting and added the curtains.
 
Happy Birthday, Kelley! Hope it’s fabulous!!Your next stop will be Sandee’s Blog! This is the hop order in case you lose your spot:

Angie
Grace
Dawn
Chris
Debi
Julie  (you are here!)
Sandee
Sabrina
Betty
Lori 
Becca
Tosh
Silke
Connie
Lisa
Michelle (she seems to be having technical difficulties!)
Jan 
ODBD

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs Path of Life, Birthday Singles
Paper: Neenah white, Williamsburg blue, white linen
Ink: Ancient Page coal, Memories sky blue
Accessories: ODBd exclusive Window die, Copic markers, Tombow markers, stripe label embossing folder (Quickutz), Cuttlebug border embossing folder (organic flourish), hydrangea punches (Martha Stewart), sm sun & daisy punches (Marvy), teacup punch, pearls

 

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