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Xyron + Miss Kate Cuttables

Welcome to Day #3 of the 
**You should be arriving here from the Xyron Blog**
Be sure to leave a comment for a chance to win a Xyron 3" Sticker Maker :)

I loved the variety of Cuttables so much, that I have two projects to share today!
First up is just the sweetest mushroom that I've ever seen:
I love all-things woodland, so I chose to emboss the background paper with
a woodgrain folder before attaching it to the cardfront.  
Next, I set about to cut-out the pieces from the mushroom set; for this I 
used different cardstocks by American Crafts.  

I used the Xyron 3" Sticker Maker to assemble all of the pieces together.
For a little extra dimension and texture, I added some Doodlebug Design 
Sprinkles for the cheeks.  The sweet patterned papers, twine and
alpha stickers are also by Doodlebug.

The second card features one of the cutting files that I requested to work with :)
I'm so ready for Spring and Easter that I couldn't resist a bunny!
It maybe a little hard to tell in the photo, but I actually glittered over the adhesive
in the opening of the egg.  To do so: instead of running the top of the egg through the
Xyron 3" Sticker Maker, I did so to the bottom of the egg, which left a portion of the
adhesive exposed. 

When working with the bunny's head, I ran the top layer through the Xyron Sticker Maker.

 As the instructions state:  Rub and Peel!  

 Whenever I machine stitch close to the edge of a paper, I like to use a High Tack Tape
around the sides before adhering to the cardfront.
It gets into the grooves between the stitching and holds everything perfectly in place!

That's all from me today!  
***Your next stop is Arin Flynn's Blog***
And don't forget to visit Miss Kate Cuttables to see all of their marvelous
projects...sign up for their FREE daily cutting file while you're there too!
 Thanks so much for joining us!


  1. these are so very love love...ita been awesome co-hopping with you all over here at Xyron

  2. These are adorable!! I am a huge Miss Kate fan, she has the cutest images! Great cards!

  3. Super job on your cards...the cuts are fabulous and easy to stick down with the Xyron products. I like the wood embossing for your mushroom card...perfect choice. The little bunny is so sweet too and I like the touch of glitter on the egg. I like how you did the cheeks :D
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

  4. Love your super cute
    cards! Great use of the
    glitter on the egg cut outs.
    Very cute images on both
    Carla from Utah

  5. I just love this card -- so, so adorable! :)

  6. Both of your cards are just adorable! Love the glitter tip on the egg!

  7. Two very fun cards! Love the colors of each of them! Fun!!

  8. Oh my goodness! Can't pin these fast enough! SOOOO cute! I am a huge fan of Miss Kate's Cuttables! :)

  9. Both of your cards turned out great! They are just adorable!

    I am really excited to be on the Xyron DT with you!


  10. Oh my goodness! These projects are adorable!

  11. do you have a video of what you use to make the card


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