Aunt Betty [Teta Beta]

Enjoying my Spellbinders Dies/Uživanje u Spellbinders rezalicama

In Uncategorized on January 6, 2012 at 11:01 am

Today is a nice day here in Zapresic. After finishing some projects I need to take a walk. Yesterday I made a couple of cards and today I will share some of them with you. The first one is based on this photo. I hope you like my play with Edgeabilities. They were designed by Nina Brackett. She makes great dies and stamps and you should visit her blog and see for yourself.🙂

[Danas je baš lijep dan. Kad završim s nekim projektićima, moram prošetati. Jučer sam napravila nekoliko karti, a danas ću neke od njih podijeliti s vama. Prva je napravljena na temelju ove fotografije. Nadam se da vam se sviđa kako sam se poigrala s Edgeabilities rezalicama. Dizajnirala ih je Nina Brackett. Ona radi prekrasne rezalice i štambilje. Posjetite njen blog i sami se uvjerite.🙂]

I used [Koristila sam]: white and black paper, Teta Beta stamp, black ink, Cuttlebug, Spellbinders Die.

Inspired by [Inspirirano]: Runway Inspired Challenge.

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My second card is also made with Spellbinders Dies. It is easy to fell in love with them.🙂 [Moja druga karta je također napravljena uz pomoć Spellbinders rezalica. Lako ih je zavoljeti.🙂]

I used [Koristila sam]: white and blue paper, Teta Beta stamp, white ink, CuttlebugSpellbinders Die, Folia patterned paper.

Inspired by [Inspirirano]: DYSU, CPS.

  1. Such a beautiful card, Very elegant. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

    -Wenche

  2. The border dies look gorgeous lined up like that in black and white. Thanks so much for joining us at the Runway Inspired Challenge!

  3. These two cards are pretty amazing. I absolutely love your use of spellbinders. Thanks for joining us at DYSU.

  4. I love your Runway card. It’s flat-out amazing. Thanks for playing with us!

  5. Such a wonderfully crisp wintery card in white and blue! Thanks for sharing with us at DYSU this week!

  6. What an inspired card! I love it’s simplicity! and a great new way to think of using the border!
    Well done! Can’t wait to try that idea in my own work! thanks so much for sharing!

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