Leading Lady at Winnie & Walter week 4 + Giveaway

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It's finally Saturday again, I hope you all have had a good week. For my post today my theme was patterned papers. I can't be the only one having a big stash of paper that I never remembers to use? On the Winnie & Walter blog you can find 3 more cards that I made for todays post using patterned papers together with Winnie & Walter stamps and cutaways.


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I made this card using no stamps at all. And no coloring or inks whatsoever. If you wanted you could mass produce this card in a lot of different patterns to give to someone and it would be super quick, and still it doesn't look plain because of the dimension. I used a cutaway background plate to emboss the pattern in the background, it always looks good. I have used this technique with all kinds of dies, it works perfectly with rectangles for frames but this die is my favourite. 

Now hop on over to Winnie & Walter and see my other projects.

 

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So that's it for today. I will be back next week for my last performance as Leading Lady. I hope you will be back then. In the meantime you can take a look at my other Leading Lady posts here in the blog, I will be giving away a gift card to the Winnie & Walter shop to one of the people commenting on any of them during the month. The last post is next Saturday and I will pick a winner the week after on Nov 5. Thank you for all the lovely comments so far, I'm very happy for each and every one.

 

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If it's crafty I have probably tried it. Or plan to try it tomorrow. I love to be creative in all ways, but I tend to gravitate to making cards, coloring and diecutting. I also have a bad yarn shopping.... ehm... KNITTING... habit. I live in Sweden with my husband, two cute minions (also known as kids) and three dogs. I work from home at a small international development company during the days, and craft while listening to audio books or follow my favourite series at nights and on weekends. I love it when I don't have to leave the house, being an introvert and socially awkward and all. That's why my slippers to shoe ratio is close to 1:1 and I'm not ashamed to admit it ;)

20 thoughts on “Leading Lady at Winnie & Walter week 4 + Giveaway

  1. Hi Jennifer! Sorry it took a while to get back to you. I have used a regular Big Shot and dies for all of my cards. I do own the Silhouette Cameo and it’s a great tool, but since it is a bit time consuming I tend to cut out a bunch of designs at once and use them until I run out and then cut some more. I haven’t made any electronic cuts in ages though so I think it’s time to dust the Cameo off and get cutting again. :)

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  2. All your cards are fantastic and I especially like the effect of the black and white paper contrasting with the yellow/orange flowers on the second one.

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  3. Great card!! I have a Cricut Explore and recently found Winnie and Walter’s shop that sells digital cut files. I have used some of them already. Thank you for sharing many ways how to use their great cut files!! Another question- Did you cut the patterned paper using your electronic die cutting machine?? Thank you, in advance, for answering all of my questions!!

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  4. Wonderful cards. I have been trying to use my patterned paper too even though I never seem to make a dent in it.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  5. I too collect (hoard) pattern paper that seems to multiply in the dark. Thanks for the ideas. The leaf effect die looks like a very versatile product, I am adding it to my wish list.

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  6. What stunning cards!! I think my favorite is the card where you used the flowers and cut away behind showing the black and white background. Looks SO COOL!!

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