This is also from a past class. The close up shows the neat detail on the vine diecut. It is a Cheery Lynn die and you only have to run it through your Cuttlebug once for it to cut and give you the detail. I always put a shim (a piece of cardstock) the same size or bigger between the A and the C plate and then the die sharp side up. You always always want the sharp side up in your Cuttlebug machine.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have been a scrapper forever and started cards in '87. Now I can't imagine doing one without the other or not having this creative outlet in my world. I live in Wisconsin, have 2 boys and 4 cats and have an obsession with tigers. In '04 I was diagnosed with Chiari and had to make a career change. So I turned my hobby into a business and opened a store in my hometown in '04 and eventually bought a larger store in '06 and combined the two. I love sharing my creative passion with others.