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Friday, 8 August 2014

Friday Die Day

Hello friends

Friday Die Day and today it is Pierced Circles.
These are part of the Spellbinders® Celebra’tions line.
This set has a combination of cut edge circles and piercing edge circles.
When nested, it creates a piercing edge to its die cut.

The sizes are:
Circle 1 – 1⅞” (Inset)
Circle 2 – 2”
Circle 3 – 2⅞” (Inset)
Circle 4 – 3”
Circle 5 – 3⅞”(Inset)
Circle 6 – 4”
This is how each set looks cut/embossed.
A card today.
Ivory linen card base with a piece of patterned paper from my odd box
(I believe it is Arcadia).
I've stamped a sentiment directly onto the patterned paper.
I've chosen to use the middle and smaller sized die cuts, offsetting one against the other.
Positioned onto my card with a pretty Create A Gerber Daisy
(these are still on special offer on the website along with the other Create A Flower dies).
A bit of ribbon and bow sneaked in...I don't do ribbon bows very often!
A close up of that lovely piercing, it really is effective.
You can purchase Pierced Circles on the website here, 
there is also available Pierced Rectangles, Ovals and Squares.
 
Thank you for all the comments yesterday...
Bullace recipes - it is possible to make bullace gin and vodka!
But for those of you who like alcohol free...they make fine jam and chutney too!
Lots of recipes on the internet.

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend.
 

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love this card Christine, it's beautiful. Everything about it is so pretty. Thanks for the inspiration.
Have a great day.
Pauline

PharmacyMichele said...

Lovely project, I really like the pierced dies. Not seen them before.

Michele.

val jones said...

Love these pierced dies Christine and a set I haven¡t seen before. Very pretty card.
Have a good weekend.
Love Val in Spain x

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Christine, These pierced circles are gorgeous, and your card is truly beautiful, I'm especially loving the patterned paper, very pretty.
Lotsof love from Patricia xx

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
This card is lovely,your flowers always look perfect,love these dies too.
Thank you for the tutorial and I hope you have a good day. Take care. x.

Jean Z said...

Hi Christine, Beautiful card and such a very handy die. love Jean Z xxx

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine
Oh my, another die on my wish list loving the pierced look and i have not seen these before { where have they or we been hiding ?}

Such a very pretty card you have made using the paper background ,loving the flower and your bow .
Take Care
Elaine H X

Joan F said...

I love this card Christine,and these dies, thanks for all the inspiration. x

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
Love your card, these dies look very useful. Very pretty paper too.
Have a good day.
Lydia
X

Carole Z said...

I haven't seen this die before, but oh dear, another for the ever expanding wish list...this would be such a 'go to' die! Love the card, beautiful! Hugs Carole Z X

marg said...

Hello Christine
Love these Dies and use them a lot!
Love how you have used them today, and as always see your background paper, and love, and want that too!
Oh dear!
Take care
Love Marg

Mrs B said...

Hi Christine. Love your card, the background paper is lovely and the Gerber etc. sitting on the great Pierced Circles looks so pretty (I have the ribbon in pale blue, it's one of my favourites)I really like the piercing the effect, more for my wish list! Have a lovely weekend. Take care.

Janice said...

Morning Christine
Your card is so pretty, I love how you've colour co-ordinated the card and ribbon with your paper. These dies look brilliant, I've not seen them before either!
Have a good day in the office.
Janice x

Stamping Bubbles said...

Good Morning Christine
Wow what great dies - I haven't seen these ones before. Another to add to my wish list.
I love the card you have made today. The background paper is gorgeous and I love the little gerber daisy you have used. I have the sunflower and the rose dies in this set and they are brilliant as the focal point of your card.
Well must go - housework waits for no woman unfortunately.
Enjoy your day.
Lesley

Cornish Emma said...

Morning Christine, beautiful card, the backing paper matches your dies cuts so well. Love these pierced circles. Have a good friday and weekend. Emma

Maggie said...

Hello Christine. These dies are really interesting. They'd look like stitching with white pen joining up the dots. A must have. What beautiful paper too, making a stunning card. Have a lovely day. xxMargaretxx

Lesley Thomas said...

Beautiful card Christine, but I can't justify buying the dies, as I have a set of Spellies plain circles, and I could, if pushed, do my own piercing, as I do it on straight edges.

Lesley Thomas said...

Beautiful card Christine, but I can't justify buying the dies, as I have a set of Spellies plain circles, and I could, if pushed, do my own piercing, as I do it on straight edges.

Lacelady said...

Sorry, that last one was from me.

hazel young said...

Lovely card Christine xx hazel

Elaine said...

Beautiful card , might need some of those dies aswell x

SusanP Kent said...

I LOVE your card Christine! Right up my street. Doesn't the piercing make a difference to a plain old circle. I'd hate to do this by hand though.

Laura O said...

love the card ,backing paper circles and flower all fab .Laura O

AnneRD said...

A basic shape, but the piercing makes such a difference. A lovely card, Anne x

Bea said...

Lovely card Christine. The pierced edge is very pretty.

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I really love your project.
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