Monthly Archives: September 2015

DCD #235 – Anything Goes!

Anything goes this week at Die Cuttin’ Divas!  Since I’m so busy at work, I decided to take the easy route and make up one of Bird’s cards. I used a Darice embossing folder (I think!) for the clouds, and … Continue reading

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DCD #234 – Pumpkins or Scarecrows

Well, happy fall!  Over at Die Cuttin’ Divas, we’re celebrating the coming of autumn with a challenge using two traditional autumn symbols – pumpkins or scarecrows!  I chose to use pumpkins, and created several birthday cards for people whose birthdays … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – Oh, Brother!

This is such a fun theme this time on Cut it Up Challenge Blog!  The idea is to make something for your sibling or someone who is like a sibling to you!  Now here’s the fun part of this challenge: … Continue reading

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DCD #233 – Fun with Puns!

Our theme this week at Die Cuttin’ Divas is puns!  I love puns, but wasn’t able to think of one on my own for this challenge, so I turned to my best friend, Google.  🙂 You may or may not … Continue reading

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Stick it Down – September 2015

This is it!  🙂  My first “published” card sketch!  As I explained here, I designed some sketches for the Stick it Down sketch challenge blog.  This one was chosen to be the September card sketch: It’s meant to be for … Continue reading

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DCD #232 – 3D

Our challenge to you at Die Cuttin’ Divas this week is to create a 3D project.  I decided to create a paver box from My Scrap Chick.  I bought these a long time ago and have previously made the snowman. … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – Sports

What’s up, Sport? Sports is the theme of our current challenge at the Cut it Up Challenge Blog.  My family isn’t much into sports, except for my son.  He played football from 5th grade through 12th.  He visited us last … Continue reading

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