Thursday, May 29, 2008

Long Rectangle Nesties

I love, love, love these long, rectangle Nestabilities!!

I actually have done a three-for-one challenge on this baby. First, I did SC178 - I love this sketch and got to use my long rectangle Nestabilities (hooray!). Also, WT168 - to use some sort of packing/mailing/travel something-or-other . . . in this case I used the "glitter window" technique. Third, I have now completed card #40 in my own personal "Follow the Butterflies" challenge. See the link on the sidebar to the right for more details on that.

If you've never done a glitter window, they really are pretty fun. Just place a piece of packing tape, sticky side up, behind whatever you are going to use as a "frame" for your image (in this case, the square Nestabilities). Then, just sprinkle with some glitter. Voila! Super cool . . .

AND before I forget . . . Menda commented on my last card (the one with the Monarch Butterfly) and asked where I got the diecut. It is made by Quickutz and I got it from http://www.cutathome.com. Here is a direct link to the die itself:

Quickutz Monarch Butterfly

Stamps: Pretty Petals, Amazing to Zany, Designer Butterflies by Hero Arts
Paper: Real Red, Pumpkin Pie, Garden Green, Shimmery White
Ink: Markers - Real Red, Pumpkin Pie, Garden Green, Summer Sun; Inkpad - Basic Black
Accessories: Long Rectangle Scallop Nestabilities, Large Square Nestabilities - Classic and Scallop, packing tape, Dazzling Diamond glitter, May Arts white organza polka dot ribbon, Cuttlebug Swiss Dots ef, dimensionals

2 comments:

Tracy.H said...

Beautiful!! :0)

stampinsilvia said...

ohhhh you lucky lucky girl... I so am in LOVE with those long rectangles and long to have some in my very hands...of course it doesn't help any when you show such gorgeous samples!