Monday, November 10, 2008


Oh how I love the Cuttlebug Embossing Folders. I made a quick Thanksgiving card using the Pumpkin folder on all the layers. Stamped a Turkey with Autumn Leaves Kaleidacolor pad, added a little sparkle with Stickles, edged the white cardstock with Burnt Umber and then added a scalloped edge and affixed a strip of Autumn designer paper to the exposed edge.

I was treated to TWO wonderful SU punches from by two good friends of mine. Jo gave me a Vertical Scalloped punch as a hostess gift for a retreat I had at my home and Jan surprised me with a ticket punch as a prize for an online retreat I hosted. I was so excited as I love punches almost as much as the embossing folders.

As you can tell on this card, I used both punches! You can't see the scalloped edge too well in this photo but it's there on the right.

I have been making other cards and will post as soon as I take some photos.

Naturally, right now, I am focusing on Christmas cards, now.

I did make my Granddaughter a birthday card and a birthday card for friend a card and a few swap cards, but don't want to add them till after they have been received ;-)

Have a happy stamping day!!!

Hugs,
Char

8 comments:

  1. I love your turkey. Now I know what to do with the ticket punch. I am so gonna borrow this! Can't wait to see the rest of the cards.

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  2. What a great card! That is awesome that you got two punches! Have fun playing!

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  3. Those are such fun gifts! Have fun with them! Love your pretty simple and fast card. Keep creating!

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  4. This card is just great! I love the ticket punch. I borrowed a ticket punch from my friend and didn't want to give it back! :)

    Sarah G.

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  6. Great card - I'm green with envy on that scallop punch you just got!

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  7. great card Char and I too love the embossing folders and SU punches. Don't have the ticket one yet but it's on my wish list :0)
    x

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  8. Good luck getting your chirstmas cards done. I haven't started mine,yet!

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