Thursday, December 15, 2016

CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Thrilled about Thin Cuts

Hello and welcome to CTMH's Technique Blog Hop. This week our featured technique is "Thrilled about Thin Cuts".


If you have just joined us you can start here and continue on, as this is a circular hop or if you get lost along the way you can start at the beginning with Melissa's Blog as she has the complete list. If you came here from SCRAP STAMP SHARE you are in the right place. Now on to my project:

Okay so I totally forgot I was taking part in this blog hop until 8pm the night before lol. SOOOOOO I just went back to find some projects I have made recently. Did you know we recently got some new thin cuts to go with some stamp sets from our annual catalog? We got thin cuts for the A1193 Wreath, C1664 Swirly Seashells, D1706 School Kids and B1532 Sweet Birthday.



In this page I used the School Kids stamp set before the thin cuts came out and had to fussy cut these little characters. I am so pumped that the thin cuts came out for this set.



Ahhhh love these Swirly Shells! I used Archival black ink first and then painted with the water paints and then I ran them through the Big Shot. I always stamp first and then cut as I have a magnetic board and love the precise cuts!

Supply List:
School Kids Stamp Set & Thin Cuts
Swirly Shells Stamp Set & Thin Cuts
Enchantment Fundamental Paper Pack
K-6 School Complements
7-12 School Complements
Marker Alphabet Stamp Set
Assorted Shinhan Markers
Poppy Ink
Water Paints
Sea Glass Cardstock
Sea Glass Glitter Paper
Gold Sequins  

Thank you for checking out my project. If you would like to place an order for any of these supplies you can buy them here. If you enjoyed my project please comment below as we love feedback! Next on our blog hop is Terrie from INKY HEARTS PAPERCRAFTING. Make sure to check out her amazing work featuring this same product.

See you on January 15th as we will be featuring our Crazy for Complements. Have a great day!

5 comments:

  1. Very nice layouts. I especially like the water one.

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  2. Great incorporation of the Thin Cuts into your layouts. They are perfect and look great!

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