Tuesday, January 07, 2014

Artisan Wednesday WOW *i miss you already*


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Welcome to the 2014 *January* edition of the Wednesday Artisan Blog Hop.  Check back every Wednesday to see new projects that all 10 of the Stampin' Up! Artisans have created. 

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Holla!!  It's January.  I feel like time is going SO fast!!  It'll be summer before we know it!  Anyway...  Are you loving the new Mini Catalog?

GORGEOUS.

Hi.  Hello.  I am in love with the new wooden embellishments AND the word bubble framelits.
L.O.V.E.

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I created these adorable hearts using my Silhouette Cameo.  Here is how you can create the same thing:
  1. Create a rectangle that will be the size you'd like your top layer to be cut.  Mine is 3.25" x 4.75".
  2. Import the heart from the Bookstagram MDS download into your program.
  3. Resize your heart to be .25" wide.
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  5. Click Select Trace Area
  6. Then click Trace Outer Edge
    You should have a red outline around your heart.
    You can move your black heart out of the way.
  7.  Click the red outline of the heart and create several duplicates.  I just placed them randomly all over the square.  I made sure to have some hearts go outside of the square too.A photo 01-14SubtractionTuteacopy_zps3ac724a7.jpg
  8. Click the Select arrow on your toolbar.
  9. Draw a square around your rectangle with hearts in it.
  10. Your rectangle and all the hearts should have outlines around them.B photo 01-14-Subtraction-Tute-b_zps0f2e65a7.png
  11. Click the Open the Modify Window.
  12. Click the Subtract option.
  13. Your screen should look like this:C photo 01-14SubtractionTuteccopy_zps44960c5b.jpg
  14. Now you can cut your project.
If you saw this post earlier you're probably thinking,"Wasn't there some twine on this card that looked like a guppy fish?"  Yes, there was, but I had to fix it.  I just couldn't stand it. Yay!

Are you wondering what I did with all the cute little hearts that were cut out?  They're on the inside of the card, of course.

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MDS: Bookstagram - Heart
Stamps:  Just Sayin'
Ink:  Melon Mambo, Jet Black StazOn
Paper:  Whisper White, Coastal Cabana, Watercolor Paper
Accessories & Tools:  Aqua Painter, Big Shot, Word Bubbles Framelits, White Baker's Twine, Wooden Elements Embellishments, Dimensionals, SNAIL Adhesive, Glue Dots
Other: Ecutter
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Go back and visit my fantastic friend Erica's blog or move on to the next blog and visit Jeanna's.  I'm so lucky to be sandwiched between two of my great friends.
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6 comments:

  1. Oh, Jane! This is just so you and so CUTE. I love everything about it!

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    1. Dearest Sarah, I miss you so much!! Thank you for your sweet comments.

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  2. Texture! Love it. I didn't put an e-cutter on my Christmas list; not sure I can wait for my July BD!

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  3. CUTE! So you finally are using it! I am still yet to plug mine in:)

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  4. What a fun way to use your e-cutter! This is so cute!!

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