Sunday, April 18, 2010

Silhouette 102 - Money Card Holder


Hi everyone,

Well I signed up for the second installment of the Silhouette class at My Creative Classroom. The assignment was to take images that came in pieces and group them so it would be easier to cut out the pieces vs. assembling and then glue lots of small things. Also add text and weld to create an easier to piece backgound. Here is my project.

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I used some SimplyFab 12x12 Brooke Narrow Stripe paper from making memories, red sticky strip tape and white embroidery floss. Red Stickles and sponged on Tim Holtz Worn Lipstick distress ink to color the ice cream cutout. The following images from the Silhouette Store:

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5 comments:

Kelly said...

Yummy! Great take on your assignment. Love the paper you used!

Leonie said...

Looks good Teri, I have been doing a bit from the course today it is a great idea doing it the way Jennifer suggests rather than gluing on all the little bits after. Looking forward to this weeks.

Dara Lynn said...

That is sooo cool Terrie! I really like the idea and the cool cutouts!

little cardmaker said...

Is that an actual $5 bill?! Great card.

Terrie said...

little cardmaker -- it is a real $5 bill. I hope that it could get you a single ice cream cone.

Thanks for the comments!