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I had a very busy week end, with lots of dancing and we also went to a Music Festival in Hertford yesterday which was great fun. it was a bit of a pub crawl visiting different pubs to watch/listen to bands.
I should have posted a photo of the card I made for my daughter's fiance today as it's his birthday but I forgot to take a photo. Perhaps I can "rescue" it and take one and post at a later date.
Today's card was made for my daughter's friend, who at 31, is besotted with Tinkerbell. I found a picture on the internet and printed it off using a Serif background. This is my first attempt at cutting out of the die, a technique I'd seen Julia Watts do. I didn't fancy fussy cutting the entire image but wanted her "wings" to be included. It's surprisingly easy to do.
You place the die on top of the image and draw around the outside of the die up to the place you do not want die to cut. Then snip up to drawn edge. Place this part over the top of the die and cut. I then trimmed the wings. I hope you get the idea.
This is scheduled to post as I have an eye test. I want to find out about reactive lenses because I get fed up with swapping glasses to sunglasses (not that we've had much sunshine) and quite often don't bother which I know is detrimental to eye health. Have any of you ever had them?
5x7 card blank
blue background paper - Serif digikit
Becca Feakin - Filigree Delights - outside die and oval die (the only oval die I own)