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14 January 2012

Filigree Die Cut Card

I used a Cheery Lynn die frame to create the pattern affect on this card.
I have a Cuttlebug and I am finding using this die quite hard, it takes a lot of cutting to get this die to eventually work.
However, the detailed frame is very pretty and with a few little embellishments can create a nice card
I think I will probably use this frame with smaller toppers the most
I made this card for the You Choose Challenge - Alphabet Challenge Blog

23 comments:

  1. beautiful card well worth the effort to get the die to cut.sue xx

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  2. thats a lovely frame well done xx

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  3. lovely card...i too am not too happy with the cheery lynn dies on cuttlebug, although they are beautiful

    Have you tried the memory box dies...?

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  4. Ive not tried the Memory Box Dies yet, that was something I was considering. I seem to get on best with Marianna's dies

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  5. I've not tried these, but love the Marianne Creatables. Your frame looks fantastic, you must have some patience!

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  6. So beautiful, had a Cherry lynn die for Christmas, not used it yet, hope it works in my cuttlebug.
    Wendy xx

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  7. gorgeous die - worth the hassle of getting cut
    linda

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  8. Gorgeous card ,fab detail ..popped over from DC.. Lorna xx

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  9. Gorgeous die but i bet that was run through the cuttlebug a few times.

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  10. Such a beauty. I know what you ean about some dies, they take alot of poking out the bits.xxx

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  11. gorgeous die. love its effect x

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  12. Beautiful Card, I find these dies a devil to get out.
    You have to run them through so many times to get then to cut all the way round.
    I have tried rubbing them with a Tumble Drier sheet that helps a bit.
    Some people say dusting them with Talc helps.
    Lovely card anyway.

    Patricia xx

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  13. Even though you had problems with the die, it's a beautiful result. xx Jill B

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  14. Well it was worth the effort that is stunning...I had heard that they were a pain that is why i have steered clear of them, but you have certainly made a beautiful card...big hugs Sharon x

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  15. This is gorgeous :-) Just leapblogging :-) Elaine-xxx-

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  16. Very pretty! Hope you get sorted with the dies soon and good luck with the challenge! Lea xx

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  17. Beautiful die and fabulous finished card!
    Anne x

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  18. Worth the effort, the die cut looks fantastic!!!
    Hugs Lxx

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  19. Very intricate but worth the effort. Lovely card :)

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  20. Gorgeous card and I love that die cut!! Thanks for joining us at the Alphabet Challenge Blog!
    Tammy :)

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  21. Pretty Card, I do like these Cheery Lynn dies. Tinaxx

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It is always nice to see comments left for something I have made. So many thanks for posting your thoughts