Wednesday, May 01, 2013

She knew where she was going . . .


My hybrid chipboard tag above features digital items from Nancie Rowe Janitz (pictured below) with LIZZIE girl {showered with love} stamp set from Unity Stamp Company.

I used Nancie’s digital elements to fill the scanned/stamped image in Photoshop and then made it a cut file in Silhouette Studio.  My Silhouette printed and cut the stamped image and cut a chipboard shape that I anchored the image to once it was cut.  These two pieces were adhered together. I used the stamp (with the help of a stamp positioner) to wet emboss over the cut image to give it some pop.  I LOVE this process!


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