Tag Archives: Cut It Up Design Team

Cut it Up – Shape Up!

It’s a shape card challenge over at Cut it Up! Shape cards are so much fun to make and to receive.  I love designing them in Silhouette software.  For this gorgeous peacock card I used a file from our sponsor, … Continue reading

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Cut it Up Thank You Cards

Thank you cards are the theme this time around at Cut it Up.  Luckily, too, because I recently needed a couple of thank you cards and my stash was woefully low on them!  Here is the card I made for … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – Shaker cards

Shake, shake, shake! It’s a shaker card challenge over at Cut it Up!  Shakers are so much fun; I definitely should make them more often.   Our sponsor for this challenge is The Cutting Cafe, and they gave us some … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – Breast Cancer Awareness

As you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and that’s the theme of our challenge this time at Cut it Up.  Our awesome sponsor, CAS-ual Fridays Stamps, is so generous.  They gave us lots of product to work with … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – Johnny Appleseed

There’s a nip in the air.  Soon it’ll be apple-picking time!  Cut it Up’s current challenge is to use an apple on your project. I love apples; Macintosh are my favorite followed by Honey Crisp.  Every year we go to … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – The Fox and the Grapes

Strange title, isn’t it?  Well sometimes I can be a strange bird.  I chose the theme of this week’s Cut it Up challenge.  You can either use a fox or fruit on your project! Our sponsor this week is The … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – One Step at at Time

Can you guess what Cut it Up’s current challenge is from this post’s title?  It’s step cards!  They’re a little more work than a standard folded-in-half A2 card, but the WOW factor is well worth it.   And they’re fun … Continue reading

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