Who knew you could get so many die-cuts on a card in such a small space? Well, I guess when you layer them up, huh? I needed a Thank You card like yesterday but it was for someone very special for a very special thank you so it had to also look good.
On Mother's Day, I received a super awesome, unbelievable gift. Ironically, my husband or kids did not give it to me. It was from an adorable friend who I have become quite fond of and not just because she gives totally awesome gifts either. I thought she was a peach before that. ^__^ It was so undeserved too. I am sooo humbled by it, you just don't know. So on to my lovely card for a lovely lady.
So I used three of Boss Kuts adorable designs. On another ironic note, I used two of the new Pop-Kuts but there was little popping. While I love the popping up of these files, I liked the look layered too. See how versatile these designs are? I thought it would be uber-chic to say Thank You in French, hence the "merci" stamp. I mean, isn't that fancier than just saying "thanks?" Heheh. I used the new Loopy Doily for the bottom of my die-cut stack, then the new Parker Pop-Kut flower (yes, all three layers) and then finally for the top, the Ruffled Butterfly. I did only use the Pop-Kut top part. There are two layers to this file. All cuts are 2" and under. They still cut like a dream or a hot knife through butter. Whatever analogy floats your boat. o_O
That's pretty much it. This was super fast with the help of my handy dandy cutter, the amazing pink lady herself - the Gazelle. Oh, she's a sleek one I tell ya. I just need to find a proper name for her. Do you name your machines? I can barely name my kids, let alone a machine. hehe If you think of any good ones, leave them in the comments section. I would love to hear them, um, I think. I hope I didn't just open a can of worms. ;P
Loopy Doily by Boss Kut
Parker Pop-Kut Flower by Boss Kut
Ruffled Butterfly Pop-Kut by Boss Kut