One more card using the BigShot

Hi all!  I know, its been a little bit since I posted on my blog and I blame it all on the Twilight series of books by Stephanie Meyer!  My friend Kally got me hooked on the series and I found myself spending the last two weeks spending my lunch breaks and evenings powering though all four books in the series plus watching the movie and all the behind the scenes extras.  It is seriously addictive! 🙂 

 

bigshot_bestwishes_wmBut I managed to pull out of the books to get things together for my technique night this week.  Like I mentioned before, we met at a Roundtable Pizza and it actually worked reasonably well.  The biggest problem was that where we were sitting didn’t have the best light after the sun went down.  But if we were in the offical meeting room area I think it would have been fine.  I’m thinking I’ll try hosting my card class there on the 27th (the class is open for more people to come, email me if you want to join in!) 

 

Here is the final project we did for the Technique Night.  We used texture plates and an embosslit for this card.  These are probably my two favorite items for the bigshot and what pushed me over the edge to buy mine.  Texture just makes everything cooler and having a perfectly embossed AND cut-out image in one is awesome too.  Add in the fabulous kiwi kiss satin ribbon and a half pearl and you’re done!

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6 Responses

  1. Love this! So simple and elegant att the same time. I am glad the class worked out. Hugs, Sarah

  2. This is soooo pretty! I put my boxes together this week…it was easy and fun. I just ordered the matchbox die from your website. The Big Shot is addictive!

  3. A beautiful elegant card Jennifer!! I love texture and it is good that you have the SU texture plates over there. One day we may have them here!

  4. You can never have too many cards using the big shot. Beautiful card. Keep using…

  5. This is a beautiful card Jennifer – I am glad you’re enjoying the big shot. Glad you are enjoying the books – I just started the first one and love it so far. Have a great weekend.

  6. oh i love this! I need that die!! I just love how you used the pretty!

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