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Friday, September 21, 2012

Halloween layout with Chomas Creations engraving tip

I just love when others give me ideas to try out, and this one was a lot of fun!  Of course next time I would probably choose a simpler pattern as this weeding took quite a long time! 
This is the Core'dinations Black Magic cardstock.  The front side is black, the back side is orange, and they have a bunch of different colors with the black.  When you etch into the black with the Chomas Creations engraving tip, the orange shows through.  I used the pressure at 33, the speed at 4, and a double cut.  Now you have seen me do that before, but someone gave me the idea to use a paper piercing tool to weed out the pieces of black to see the orange behind!  Like I said this was a lot of work, and I would probably choose a simpler pattern next time, but I do love how it came out!  I did get some longer pieces to come out of the design though.

The title is from the Studio software.  I did cut it 3 times and layered it, then added some Stickles for bling!

The journaling is on one of my thought bubbles, made using the Chomas Creations adjustable pen holder and a gel pen.  You can get that download and more details here...  thought bubbles

And here is my little girl all dressed up! I actually made the rhinestone shirt with a Studio download and Silhouette rhinestones!  I so love all that I can do with the Cameo!  And yes my sweet little doggie is dressed up as a little devil!  She may look all sweet on the outside, but she is a bit of a stinker!

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cema1cema said...

Amy this is super cute! Thanks for sharing!

doodlingdebbie said...

Amy, this is great! I love the way the engraving pen made this design inset into the paper.