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Happy Birthday - Cut & Emboss

Hey kids!  It's Cindy for the SBC blog today.  I've got a fun Embossing Plus Cuttlebug folder to share with you today. 

TiP:   As you create special fold card bases (i.e. easel, center step, shutter...)make an extra one or two for another time when you are in a hurry.

I found this Embossing plus Cuttlebug folder in my stash while re-organizing and had never used it:
                                             Embossing plus - cut & emboss - Whimsy

I used the center piece that cut out to create the stop for my easel card.  I cut it in half because it just looked way too big!  I sanded the Core'dinations paper for bit of a distressed look.

Twisted Easel card base in white
Cuttlebug embossing plus - cut & emboss - Whimsy
Core'dinations cardstock - blue cs
The Paper Studio - Olivia's Sweet Shop - cupcake patterned paper
Tim Holtz sanding tool
pop dots
Ribbon Boutique -white organza ribbon
Oriental Trading Co - pearl brad
Sew Easy Floss - blue lagoon
Fiskars - Make a Wish Quotes - clear sentiment stamp

Thanks for stopping by the SBC blog today.  If you are on Facebook come by and see us and join our SBC group.  There is always something fun going on :-)  If it's snowy and cold where you are try to stay warm!!

Have a blessed day,

Cindy --- In Love with PAPER

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,


  1. Gorgeous card, Cindy! I love the way you used both parts from the embossing folder.

  2. This is awesome Cindy! Thanks for sharing.


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