Thursday, August 9, 2012

Using the Cameo {and another winner}


If you have a Cameo or any new die cutter, you're probably familiar with the urge to use it for everything as soon as you get it. As a card maker, I definitely spent some time in the store looking for images that I could use on cards.


This sailboat was just begging to be used for a little boy card, and I finally got the chance this week for a client. Woo-hoo!


I have the baby onesie die from Papertrey Ink for the Big Shot, but I couldn't pass up the chance to also have the onesie card for the Cameo. 

Add a little duckie, and this onesie card is perfect for baby!


Thanks for stopping to see my cards today. I'm already planning my next Silhouette cards and can't wait to make them!

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Hi there! I am announcing a second winner for the Scrapbooking with Punches and Die Cuts class taught by Maureen. Turns out the winner I announced before won on another blog, too, so there is another seat available. The winner is…


Miriam, congrats! Contact Mo at momostamper [at] yahoo [dot] com to get the details about your free seat. Thanks!

10 comments:

Sara Zenger said...

That sailboat is so you! I have major card envy! You make it seem do simple and easy yet I stress over every card I make.

Heather Leopard said...

Adorable cards! It is indeed hard to resist using the CAMEO for everything!

Amy Coose said...

Love the cards, they are too cute!

Christina said...

Adorable cards! I just got a Silhouette SD, so I'm really looking forward to what I can create with it!

Mo said...

Oh man those cards are fabulous! I'm soooo wanting a Cameo...or maybe I should just try using my Cricut because that suckers just been sitting and sitting in my craft room unloved :(

Jingle said...

These are super cute cards!

Diana Waite said...

these are FANTASTIC!! and yes the cameo is ADDICTIVE! :)

laura said...

Really fun cards.

Rebecca said...

These are so sweet. The cameo cuts are great but you make them absolute perfection with your pattern and color choices--love them both!

Jinny Newlin said...

So many gorgeous projects, Diana! I don't know how you keep up! Really love these precious, shaped cards! TFS!