Sunday, 3 November 2013

Everyday Card by Gerry van Gent

Happy Sunday Sizzix Friends!
I hope you are all doing well.

For my blog post today I prepared an everyday card.

657900 Big Shot Machine
658417 Sizzix Thinlits Dies Flowers, Sunflowers
658720 Sizzix Bigz Die Ornate, Frame 
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For this card I hand made the flower by using Susan's Garden Flowers, Sunflowers.
My flower looks different because I chose to use different colours 
which turned it into another flower.
What I added to the tiny flourish in the middle are small yellow beads
which pop up and give totally different look.

The  Ornate, Frame  was die-cut twice from two different pattern papers.
The frame was adhered on the front of the card upside down.

Maja Design pattern papers
Yellow beads
White twine

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Dutch Translation

Fijne Zondag Sizzix vrienden.
Ik hoop dat het goed met jullie gaat.

Voor mijn blog post vandaag heb ik een kaart voorbereid.
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657900 Big Shot Machine
658417 Sizzix Thinlits Dies Flowers, Sunflowers
658720 Sizzix Bigz Die Ornate, Frame 
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De bloem heb ik zelf gemaakt met de Susan's Garden zonnebloem stansen.
Mijn bloem lijkt anders vanwege mijn patroon papier keuze.
Ik heb gele kraaltjes in het midden toegevoegd boven op de kleine bloemblaadjes.
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Ik heb de Ornate, Frame  tweemaal gestanst uit twee verschillende patroon papieren.
De oval lijst heb ik onderste boven op de kaart geplakt.
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And finally.....

Last month I taught classes in three different countries and
what they all had in common was the Sizzix products :-)
All students enjoyed using the machines and dies!
A small impression of the two of the events....
Scraptastic Event, October 2013, Belgium
Scraptastic Event, October 2013, Belgium
Scraptastic Event, October 2013, Belgium
Scraptastic Event, October 2013, Belgium
Stockholm ScrapClasses, October 2013, Sweden
Stockholm ScrapClasses, October 2013, Sweden
Thank you for visiting today!

1 comment:

  1. What a beautiful card! Thanks for.the idea to turn that frame die upside down and cover the bottom portion. It looks like a different die.