Sunday, 20 May 2012

oyster stamps blog hop

hi every one thought I would share with you two  cards I made using the spellbinders cut, fold, & tuck dies that I was given to play with recently from tracey .the dies I used are
spectacular spin & carnival dream

you should have started this Blog Hop  of oyster stamps, with Neet on friday and then followed on to Linda yesterday. if you came directly to my blog you need to go back to Neet blog and follow the link to Linda and come back to here to me.

There is a prize for one lucky person who will win two  of these dies we have been using, but to be in with a chance you have to leave a comment on everyone`s blog along the way

this is how I used my die cuts

this easal card uses both sets of the dies which  reminded me of the big wheel , so I decided to make a  celebration card for 2012 with them
also used free magazine papers , kanban stamps, ribbon & a button





this card uses the carnival dream cut fold & tuck
rather than tuck I rolled the tuck part on a pencil glued down added a gem
also used
spellbinder bitty blossoms
Antique frame and accents
cheery lynn foliage
memory box gentle leaf
cuttlebug wicker weave
available fromhere
thank you for your visit pam

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33 comments:

  1. I must be psychic as I had a feeling you would go with topical and do something in red, white and blue. These two cards are so contrasting and each brilliant in its own different way.
    Love the easel card, it is bright and fun at the same time, great use of the dies Pam.
    The other one is so elegant and shows a totally different way to use those dies. You make the most elegant cards and this one is truly beautiful.
    Hugs, Neet xx

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  2. Morning Pam,

    I love both of your cards, the first is so bright and traditional for this year of many celebrations. The second card is so classy and elegant. Fabulous creations.

    Hugs
    Linda xxxx

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  3. They are both so different but both stunning.

    Pam x

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  4. Two fantastic cards but the white one is so elegant - gorgeous.

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  5. Love the patriotic card :)and white on white always looks stylish
    Von x☺x

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  6. WOW Pam what a lovely couple of cards you've created with your dies. I love the contrast of both the cards, but the top one has to be my favourite, love how you've integrated the red, white and blue and the bottom one reminds me of a boys christening card.

    Sam xxx

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  7. Love the 'Jubilee' card as the different coloured die cuts really look so festive. The second card is really elegant as well.
    Thanks for sharing, hugs Buttons x

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  8. Two very different cards (and both very lovely) - just shows how versatile these dies can be!

    Lynn Wild

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  9. Love your cards - both so different. Hard to choose, but I think I'll have to go with the patriotic one. So in vogue! Well done

    Lorraine xx

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  10. There are so magnificent! I'd not seen them before but I'm so hooked on them now. I know I'll never be able to decide on which to get first. :-D

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  11. These are both beautiful! Great cards, shows what different effects you can create with the same die x
    Wendy x

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  12. lovely Pam well done on your first Blog Hop
    xxxx hugs xxxx

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  13. Got an error last try at posting a comment - hope it doesn't do it twice! Another set of lovely cards!

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  14. Lovely cards Pam, love the way you twisted the folds on the second one.

    Barbara.

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  15. Wonderful Pam, thanks again for helping with the Blog hop xx

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  16. Super cards - love the Jubilee one, its great! Cathryn x

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  17. Lovely cards, and all the different colourways you are all useing gives us a lot of different ideas

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  18. Both cards are fabulous. Its so cool to see how different the dies can look. xx

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  19. Gorgeous cards. Love the Cut Fold and Tuck dies I really need these. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Very very beautiful! I specially love the white one...

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  21. The white one is a real stunner - I'd never have thought it could be so effective using one "colour." The patriotic idea of the first is very apt too.
    Paula (PEP)

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  22. Gorgeous - love the patriotic look of the first one and the elegance of the second, thanks for sharing.

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  23. Hi Pam I love this blog hop it shows how versatile the dies can be and the way each dt members can use them. Both your cards are so different but fantastic.Well done on your first blog hop
    jannet

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  24. What a wonderful way to show how versatile these dies can be - very bright and cheerful (patriotic too!) for your first card and then wonderfully subdued and tastefully elegant in the second. Fab! These dies are definitely growing on me!!!

    Soop

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  25. Stunning cards Pam, great use of those dies xx

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  26. Pam what a really nice idea especially with the Jubilee and Olympics coming up, the dies are really good and the card is really stunning. thanks

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  27. Both these cards are great. It's the first British themed one I have liked and the cream card is SO elegant.

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  28. Great cards. My favourite is the easel card!

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  29. Beautiful use of the dies and I love the red white and blue one especially, but they're both stunnng,
    JoZarty

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  30. Love both of your cards. I really liked the variation on how your rolled your sections back rather than folding them. The WOW card was very classy and could be used for a variety of occasions.

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  31. WOW patriotic AND white on white, what great effects. BJ

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