After I finished making my card yesterday I got my Scan-N-Cut out for a play. It's been a while since it was last out, but as I had bought the new Lavinia USB with cutting files on just before we went away in February, I thought it was about time it came out. Below are the results of my playtime. The first one is called Daydream, after resizing and cutting out I found a background that I had made sometime ago while playing with some brushos and watercolour paper. I cut it down to size and stuck behind the cut image. I then added some glitter to the wings using some dries clear glue. The sentiment is from a set from Chocolate Baroque, that goes so well with Lavinia stamps and dies.
The second card was made using the Alura cutting file, again I resized and added another background previously made. This time it was made using Silkies paints from Imagination crafts and brayered onto some card. Again I cut the card down to fit behind the image and added glitter to the wings.. The sentiment is another from the same Chocolate Baroque set.
Finely I made an 8x10 canvas using a mixture of stamps and cutting files from the USB. I started by using distress inks and blending over the canvas to make a scene for the die cuts. Next I stamps some of my many stamps around the edges before placing the dies cuts onto the canvas so I could added the fairy couple and snail stamps. I then added some guilding wax to the dies cuts and then stuck them to the canvas using a wet glue.
Thanks for taking the time to look and your kind comments which are always appreciated.