Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Make-It-Monday #48/Moxie Fab Die Cuts

Hello!  Hope everyone is doing well.  We are having unbelieveable weather in the midwest.  We have had 2 days in the high 50's within a week.  My lilac bushes are budding out.  I wanted to make a few cards for the Papertrey MIM challenge this week.  We were to use border dies to create a background on our cards and I thought this would fit the Moxie Fab Challenge of using a die cut in a new way too.
I chose the ticket die, die cut some old book print and tore the tickets apart.  Then I layered them vertically to create the layered background.  I used 3 different books to get the color variation.
Cardstock: White, Black and Fine Linen(PTI), book print
Ink: Tea Dye Duo and Black(PTI)
Stamps: Greeting(PTI), Doily(Inkadinkado)
Extras: Coffee dyed seam binding, button(PTI)

Thanks for stopping by.  I have one more card that I have worked on that uses the ticket die also that I will post later.
Sentimentally Sue

7 comments:

  1. Your card is lovely! very nicely done, great idea!

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  2. Oh I love your card , I had to click on it to see the die you used. Wow such a cleaver idea and I love the music notes. It's so nice to hear everyone talk about this wonderful weather we are all blessed with! Im in CA ,and its been beautiful here too.

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  3. A very interesting card. How creative.

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  4. What an entirely different style you came up with using the same die! So creative! I love the musical aspect. Again, the colors are very eye-pleasing.

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  5. I just hope things don't bud out too soon, winter isn't over and we could have a killing frost! It worries me, how warm it has been, just not natural. Your card is great, love the torn collage print!

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  6. What a wonderful use of this die, SUPER CARD!

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  7. Hey Sue! Thanks for linking this up to the Die Cutting Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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