Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Distressed


Happy New Year everybody!!!
Kim, Kerry, Deneen and Jannie are ready for a New Start at Cuttlebug Mania!
This is an exciting year for us because in March our blog celebrates
it's 1st Anniversary!!
This week we are "Distressed"
No no not to worry!
We would love you to use distressing on your project, so rip, ink or sand away!

This weeks' sponsor is
http://www.bestcardmaking-downloads.com/default.aspx
and the winner may choose 3 Downloads!
Max 3 entries per person
You can use any manual (not electric) die-cutting/embossing machine,
dies or embossing folders to enter our challenges. 
Please tell us what products you've used in your post!!!

Here are the projects of our amazing Designteam!

Kerry



Deneen


Sizzix Houndstooth Embossing Folder, Memory Box- Blooming Vine & Honey Blossom Sprig.

Kim

Nesties Labels 4 die
Stampin Up Banner die
Cuttlebug Distressed Stripes Embossing Folder

Jannie

I ripped paper to make snow and ran that through the Cuttlebug with a dotts folder
The circles are from Nestabilities
And the carrot from Peachy Keen as is his face
The arms and hat and tie are from My Creative Time
He is a classy Snowman!





10 comments:

  1. I would like to enter my card, but am not seeing a link tool.......what am I missing?

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  2. Am so sorry Nancy, have fixed it, you can enter now!! Thank you for joining us!

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  3. Thanks for sharing your wonderful creations everyone.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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  4. Gorgeous cards from you all x

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  5. I hope someone can help me. I bought a set of "Stackers Nesting Dies" by Cheerylynn, and cannot find any instructions on how to use them. I tried on my own, and now have cut marks in my Cuttlebug plate!!! Anyone there have an idea? Jani Howe

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    1. Hello Jani. I'm sorry but I don't have any of these dies. Are they not cutting through the cardstock? If not I have found on the internet that some suggest using a metal plate. Using dies with the Cuttlebug will always leave cut marks in the plates.

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  6. My first challenge here. I use only a Cuttlebug so I'm glad I found you, and I will be back for more challenges!

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  7. Thank you for another great challenge and lovely inspiration.

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