Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Creative Card Crew #103 Anything Goes

Hello all, I'm so glad you stopped by.  This is the last challenge for the year 2015!!  I have so enjoyed creating  my Visions for you to check out this year and look forward to next year.  I did find a little time to create and I hope you will join us in this last challenge of Anything Goes, it should be an easy one.  Thanks to our sponsor

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Anything Goes

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This card will lay flat to send but sit up when received a cute way to send a card with a twist. I also used a technique that shows you how to look and think outside of your dies.  I really wanted to use this shape of die and yet didn't have one big enough for the entire shape.  It really isn't hard to do just takes a little free hand cutting. I put the die on  my image and marked on the INSIDE where the dragon fly extended.  Then I cut beside and up to the marked spot on either side of the dragon fly.   Put the die over the area I wanted to cut and the section with the dragon fly on top of the die so it would not cut it.--  The slit I made on either side of the dragon fly allowed me to do this. (hmm did I say that clearly or is it as clear as mud?  I fussy cut around the dragon fly after running it through the big shot.
  If you can't figure this out with these directions just leave me a comment and I'll be more specific for you.  You could leave a comment either way, I'd love to hear what you think of my vision and read and appreciate each and every comment.  Have a blessed Christmas,  see you next year.      Vicki

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