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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Technique Cuttlebug Challenge

This week for the cuttlebug challenge we are to make a card using a favorite technique. The technique I used was to directly ink up an embossing folder on both of the insides and then use colored card stock and run it through the cuttlebug. I used black ink and aqua card stock for this card. I love the look of this technique and it makes a great background.

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  1. APRIL.... you have done it again... another GREAT CARD... I too love to use this technique... I also love your choice of colors and that pretty flower... GREAT CARD my Friend... Have fun.. going to unpack an order from Spellbinders... fun and games...

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  2. I'd forgotten about that technique---gotta do again soon ;) This turned out so elegant. Great job!

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  3. Hi, April! This is a terrific technique and a beautiful card! Thank you for joining us at Cuttlebug Challenge blog :)

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  4. Very stunning, I love the colors you used. I always forget about inking my folders

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  5. Very nice! I'm always afraid to ink mine but I don't know why?? Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Truly truly gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Cuttlebug Challenge! Remember to leave comments on each post to possibly win one of the cartridges! :)

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  7. Oh April this is gorgeous and I did a similar technique last week at a stampin-up stamp camp except we only inked one side of the folder.
    Thanks for joining us at Cuttlebug Challenge again this week and good luck on winning.

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  8. What a lovely technique and card.
    Hugs Sue x

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