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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Stampin' Up! Big Shot Die Cutting Machine

I spent much of last weekend making cards using my Stampin' Up! Big Shot Die-Cut Machine. I thought it would be fun to show them to you today with just a brief overview of each.

This scallop square card was made using the Big Shot Die-Cut Machine and the Scallop Square BigZ Clear Die (item #11590). You fold your card stock, then put it thru the Big Shot being sure the the fold is NOT all the way to the top of the die. That way you create the folded card with the scallops on 3 sides.

Bells & Boughs Stamp Set, item #120831 - wood OR item #121142 - clear mount

Watercolor pencils, item #101879 were used to color the design in.

This is one of my favorite cards I have made to date. I love how the crumb cake card stock sponged and stamped with Early Espresso Classic Ink has the look of leather. LOVE IT!

I used Jewels-Pearls, item #119247 to accent the card.

Frame, Oval Scallop, BigZ Die, item #114521.
I actually cut out two of these and glued them back to back on the gate fold card.

Here's the inside of the card, ready for a note.

Can you see what fun I was having with my Big Shot Die-Cut Machine ... item #113439. I used a number of the Embosslits Dies for this card:

Embosslits, Hi, item #115952
Embosslits, Simple Flower, item #114514
Embosslits, Cherry Blossom, item #114516
Embosslits, Flower Burst, item #114515

These beautifully layered flowers were also made with the Big Shot. I put them on card stock that I had misted in color using my Color-Spritzer Tool. There is a tutorial HERE on how to use it.

Flower, Daisies #2 BigZ die, item #114520

When you buy the Big Shot you receive the machine, standard cutting pads and the multi-purpose platform. Stampin' Up! has many exclusive items to use in your Big Shot.

Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine, item #113439 and resonably priced at $99.95. I highly recommend this machine. It makes card making, paper crafting, scrapbooking so much easier. The machine is light weight enough to take with you to a crop and is extremely well made. So easy to use too.

If you would like to buy one now, please go to my Stampin' Up! on-line store where you can order 24/7 or contact me directly. If you want to order on-line, click here then click on shop now.

Thank you for visiting my blog today.

Mary Director
Stampin' Up! -- Discover Your Creativity
(On-line ordering now available thru my website)

1 comment:

scrapn_momof2 said...

Mary, each and every one of your cards is gorgeous! I reallly like the second one with the blue and kraft. Stunning!

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