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Announcing Cutting Edge Creations Stacked Stitched Rectangles


 

Welcome to Day 4 of the designer showcasing the BRAND NEW Cutting Edge Creations Stacked Stitched Rectangles dies.  We LOVE this set.  We hope you will too!! 
 

Jessica has several cards she made using these dies and can I say WOW!  Her cards are amazing there are so many techniques used with the same stamps and dies the possibilities are just endless.   She uses everything from Inktense pencils on the first one. 


 Copic Markers on the second one.


too Zig watercolor markers on her third one.  Wow - love just how different each one is yet all gorgoeus at the same time.  
 
  
 This one Michelle did little watercolor of her own on this image and still different yet beautiful as well.  

We hope you are enjoying our designer showcase and hope to see you back tomorrow.



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  1. Loving your new dies - the stitching detail is different than the others in my collection! I'm a bit of a die addict!

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