Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Shades of St. Patrick with Cuttlebug Mania

Happy Tuesday!
It’s Cuttlebug Mania time !!!  This week our theme is “Green with Envy” – monochromatic green (shades of green with white or cream or black).  So join in on the fun with your favorite manual die-cutting and/or embossing tools to create a terrific project. 
Challenge – Green with Envy
Monochromatic green (shades of green with white or cream or black)
For a chance at winning an awesome prize, link your creation over at Cuttlebug Mania.
Challenge runs for 2 weeks (March 3 through March 16, 2015). 
Don't forget to let us know how you used your Cuttlebug!
Challenge guidelines:
 Max 3 entries per person
You can use any manual (not electric) die-cutting/embossing machine,
dies or embossing folders to enter our challenges. 
Please tell us what products you've used in your post!!!

Our sponsor this challenge is:

I pulled out my Garden Green ink, mounted my ‘swoosh’ from Work of Art and began stamping.  This is certainly a clean and simple design.  The ‘swoosh’ makes quick work of stamping.  For my manual die-cutting element I cut out a banner with Itty Bitty Banners, stamped my greeting with Teeny Tiny Wishes added a bit of Baker’s Twine and added a little dimension with dimensionals.  I really like the effect of this quick and simple card.   

Here are the details (all products Stampin’ Up! unless otherwise stated):
Stamp sets: Teeny Tiny Wishes and Work of Ark
Paper:  Whisper White
Ink:  Garden Green
Misc:  Bitty Banner Framelits, Tangerine Tango Baker’s Twine and Stampin’ Dimensionals

Now it is your turn to join in on the fun.  You have until March 16, 2015 to link up your creation!

This card is entered in the following challenges:

Have a wonderful day!
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Blessings and Happy Crafting,

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