Sunday, June 2, 2013

Julie Nutting Prima Paper Doll and a Marianne Creatables die CR1240

One last die from this release at Dutch Paper Crafts and this is the Square die CR1240.

I hope you've enjoyed all that i have shared using these 4 dies and please, please share with us at Dutch Paper Crafts..just go and leave a link to your blog or leave a link here and i will share it.

Hope you can see in my photo above and below that i've added tulle to the window opening?  I saw someone do that on Pinterest and thought, what an awesome idea!  This card was by far the hardest one i made...doesn't look like it but it was.    I am also loving the new stamps at Prima...i am in love with anything that Julie Nutting creates and i am happy that she is making these for Prima. I stamped over my "paper doll" using a retired Inkadinkado wooden stamp #603.  Okay, so two other dies i used on this card.  The flower is a Die-namics flower called Fringed Perennial. The leaves are from a Memory Box die #98392 called Classic Pear. 
 Close up of the card with tulle
















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8 comments:

Jenée said...

Fun card. I'm seeing those paper dolls more and more on different blogs, and they are always so cute! Great color combinations. Um, a set of those dies just might be finding their way to my house!

Jennifer said...

This is incredible! So much detail in you darling lady and the dimension of your frame is so cool! Love the flower to!

Laura Cox {aka scrapaddict} said...

Oh I love these Julie Nutting stamps! Thanks for sharing your wonderful creativity with us over at Scrap it Girl this month!

kellystar said...

beautiful dies and I love the addition of tulle... Thanks for taking the June Scrap It Girl Challenge!

Dawn said...

OMG! love this image, great job, thanks for entering at Scrap It Girl.

Linda said...

I love everything about this one! Thank you for playing with the Scrap It Girls!

Maya Oren-Dahan said...

Beautiful! Thanks for playing along with Scrap It Girl!

Bee Green said...

oh, it's lovely!! I've so enjoyed creating with Julie Nutting's stamps too. Would love you to come visit!
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