Saturday, November 27, 2010

simple and stunning

Came across these stunning christmas cards, the maker of which I didn't take any notice of it, but they can be found at made it dot com.

Prefection in their simplicity.  I love them.  Am thinking that I would love to do some scrapbook titles like this, so might have to pay a visit to my SIL and her newly acquired Silhouette cutter. (of which I am highly envious).

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Would love to hear your thoughts!


  1. total agreement from me...have no idea how they do it BUT LOVE IT!!!!

    Seriously thinking I would love one of those more letter stickers bought!!!!

  2. Yeah, I reckon with an electric cutter...I have a Slice and it does some similar designs...but not quite the same LOL
    Very very nice cards! Totally 'do-able' in large amounts!

  3. Love them ... but can be of no help with the cutters, never had one and never even used one.

  4. yea, definately an electronic cutter - if I put my head down, I can achieve that with my gathering-dust-in-the-cupboard-unused-for-quite-a-long-time pazzles.


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