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Monday, July 12, 2010

Monday Inspiration: Wood Window Punch/Beautiful Wings Embosslits

On Saturday, Marijo Swartz brought a card to my Stampin' Up! class that was so cute I added it to my blog on Saturday night. Today, I decided that I had to make one myself and also wanted to use the Embosslits called Beautiful Wings, item #118138.

Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Word Window Punch, item #119857
Beautiful Wings Embosslits, item #118138
Jumbo Brads, item #112533
Early Espresso Classic Ink, item #119670
Glue Dots, item #103683
2 Way Glue Pen, item #100425
Certainly Celery Card Stock, item #105125
Melon Mambo Card Stock, item #115320
Pink Pirouette Card Stock, item #111351
Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set, wood mount, item #115370
Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine, item #113439

I did add in a bit of glitter glue to accent the butterflies.
Any of the Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set sentiments would work with this flower.

This is a photo of the embosslits opened up with the cut and embossed butterflies to the side. It is fantastic that you can cut and emboss just by running thru the Big Shot one time. Stampin' Up! sells the Big Shot Die Cut Machine too. It is item #113439.

I used a quarter for comparison of sizes for the embosslits and the butterflies. The embosslits in this photo is closed. Here's and important note about the hinge (shown across the top of the embosslits in this photo):

When you use the Beautiful Wings Embosslits Die, be sure to run the die through the Big Shot so that the hinge is opposite the Big Shot handle. This will help protect the hinge. Also, make sure that you and your customers are using tab 1 when you use the multipurpose platform. Don't forget to share this information with your customers to prevent their dies from breaking.

This is a close-up of the butterflies to show the embossing on them. You can leave them plain, add glitter, accent with ink on a dauber or highlight the edges using a dauber or sponge with classic ink of your choice.

Hope this blog posting today will inspire you to create a card or work on a scrapbooking page.

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