Friday, 1 July 2016

New Release over at Peek-a-boo Designs

Hello and good morning!

I have be waiting for this day ever since I saw the new products that were gonna be launched today and boy I am excited!

Yes! Peek-a-boo Designs (PABD) now have cutting dies added to their product list which are GORGEOUS!!!!

These are 100% made of steel and they die-cut like butter. I didn't need to pass the die more than once through my big shot when I was cutting and that includes the detailed lattice one!

This whimsical fairy card that you see in the image above is what I created using PABD products.

Here's a list of stuff from PABD July 2016 release that I used :

I used the lattice die-cut in portions around the card and also as a stencil! ^__^

This is one die-cut that can double up as a beautiful stencil too!

The white panel mounted on black card base is cut from the dual stitched rectangle die. (Second largest rectangle die was used.)

Stamping was done with black archival ink and distress inks were used with a round blending tool to stencil.

Locally purchased black and white glitter + stickers were added.

I hope you liked my project and will check out the fantastic array of projects the other DT members have put up!

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8 comments:

  1. Such a dreamy card... lovely..

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    1. Thank you so much dear Swapna! ^__^ <3

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  2. WOW! Such a good use of the Die cut :)

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    1. Thank you so much dear Ria! ^__^ <3

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  3. Dear Halak, your card is simply amazing! I love how you stenciled and die cut at the same time. I love the colors and everything! Thank you Halak for bring me the opportunity to share with you! Hugs!!!

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    1. I am so glad dear Martha that you will be working with us. ^__^ Thank you so much my friend, here's to a fabulous journey of 6 months! *Big Panda Hugs*

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  4. Beautiful!!! Love the way you used the die-cut as a stencil!

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