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During the lesson, she showed us how to cut the sections at different angles, but I wanted to make them all the same so I had the option of nesting them. I even made several of them the same size to I could just alter the design and mix and match.
Here's the first card I made using them:
That green banner one on the left is just poorly stamped. You'll see on the next card that edge really is there ... We were supposed to do different designs, and I just knew I wanted to make one checkered - that would be the mis-stamped green banner on the left. You can see there are three smaller pieces - all the same size, and the two larger ones are the same size. The blue one with the curvy lines was made using a circle Nestie as a template for the lines. I was a little tired of all the straight-ish lines on the other pieces.
I made this next card to use the other two stamps I carved:
Or have you? heh heh
One of the stamps Julie made during class was a partial flower, and I just had to try it! Here is the stamp:
I'm pretty excited with what we've done in just two short weeks! Three more to go!
In other news, I have a masso stack of challenges on deck for the weekend, so stay tuned! I'll be back!
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