ShortCuts has teamed up with The Cutting Cafe this month. Regina from The Cutting Cafe has some beautiful printable stamps, shaped cards and boxes.
For the first card I used the Cupcake template, and a ShortCuts clear card base. You can print the templates on your patterned paper or cardstock. I printed the cupcake on plain paper first, because I couldn't use the glitter cardstock in my printer. I made this card for my friend Irma who is celebrating her birthday today.
Supplies: ShortCuts Clear Card Blank Patterned paper, brads: Doodlebug Designs Rub-ons: Melissa Frances Tools: Martha Stewart Doily Lace edge punch, sewing machine Other: ribbon (May Arts?), foamtape
For my second project I used a Candy Box template. I cut out the window and adhered a ShortCuts frosted sheet to the back.
Supplies: ShortCuts Frosted Full Sheet Patterned paper, stickers: Making Memories Tools: Sizzix Primitive Hearts, Sizzix Swirl Other: ribbon, chipboard
Last week I mentioned I received another exciting e-mail. I can now share the news. I was asked to contribute to the Got Sketch? blog and create a card based on Sketch 86. Here's my card....
Supplies: ShortCuts Frosted Card Blank Patterned paper: October Afternoon Hometown Rub-ons: Melissa Frances Tools: Fiskars Upper Crest border punch, EK Success Retro Flower Large punch, Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Squares Large, Classic Scalloped Squares Large, sewing machine Ribbon: BoBunny Button: Rusty Pickle Other: waxed cord
Make sure to visit the Got Sketch? blog to see the other gorgeous cards.
Have a wonderful day!