Ok SERIOUSLY??? WOW! Thanks for all the congrats and whoa what a bunch of CRAZY PEOPLE YOU ARE to win the two sets of Petite Oval Nestabilities!!! YIKES!!! (if you haven't added your name to the list be sure to add it now, you only have until Wed morning!)
Anywho...here is my project I made to help kick off the fun! :) It was supposed to be posted before the big announcement but hey, it's Saturday and I was off doing what any good soccer mom would be doing first thing Saturday morning...I was screaming my heart out, freezing my bum off, cheering my little munchkins on! LOL Without further ado...here is my "go green" fridgemagnet redo! :)
Once you have the graphic off apply a liberal amount of glue. I prefer to use glue on my projects for a few reasons, but the main one is that I don't have to fuss with adhesive lifting... Beacon's Zip Dry Paper Glue is like PAPER SUPER GLUE...I love it! I also love Scotch Quick Dry Tacky Glue. FAB STUFF there too!
Load into your die cut machine and die cut using Petite Scalloped Oval Nestabilities. I currently have a Big Shot and it took about three times through to get it to cut all the way...I can't wait to see how the Wizard does...I hear it has MEGA PRESSURE.... :) I will certainly do a report for you once I have had time to play with it! :D
Ink stamps of your choice with multiple colors of Fluid Chalk Ink by Clearsnap. Here I have used an image from Silhouette Blooms II by Cornish Heritage Farms. I inked it with Dark Moss ink on the leaves and stems and Rouge and Warm Red ink on the blooms.
Ink just parts of a background of your choice (here I used Spanish Script, by CHF) with Creamy Brown Chalk Ink. Place your embossed oval on top of the stamp and cover with scrap paper. Gently press entire surface to transfer image lightly.