July 04, 2016

STAMPlorations CUTplorations New Release Day 2!

Hey everyone!  It's a lovely day to celebrate with STAMPlorations!  It's our 3rd birthday and there's a party going on.  Yesterday we introduced the first in a awesome selection of our newest product, CUTplorations thin metal dies!  Weren't the projects the DT made amazing?  Today we are sharing projects using another one of the new dies. It's the Crazy Double Running Stitch Nesting Dies.


I just love these nesting dies.  Lots of fun things you can do with them. Here's what I came up with....


I took the smallest rectangle and die cut some white cardstock.  Then I took my butterflies (Trendy Butterflies set) and inked them up with Spiced Marmalade and Broken China Distress ink and New Sprout Memento ink. I spritzed them with water and then stamped on my die cut rectangle.  I matted this in navy blue cardstock and then attached it to my white card base.  I wanted to keep it fairly simple to really show off this awesome die.

So, don't forget to come by the STAMPlorations blog and hop with us!  Leave some comments along the way for a chance to win some great prizes.  Plus, you can make your own fun card using the graphic below for inspiration and link up for more chances to win!  Hope to see you there!


Have a great day and thanks for visiting!

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Addicted to CAS - code word is Fly
CASology - cue card is Row
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31 comments:

  1. Wonderful CAS card !I loved the butterflies :)

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  2. You have shown off the new dies beautifully. Those butterflies are gorgeous, thank you for the inspiration x

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  3. Simplicity of this butterfly card is lovely and very stylish:)

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  4. A perfect CAS creations with wonderful use of new release die!

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  5. Love that crisp and clean lay out and the gorgeous butterflies

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  6. Lovely card...thanks for sharing at Addicted to CAS!

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  7. Such a pretty butterfly card! Love the detail of the stitching around the edge with this fabulous set of dies!

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  8. CAS perfection. Love the contrast between the navy and white with just enough color to add interest.

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  9. I love using rectangles (or squares) in my CAS card. It's the most unfussy shape and it works with everything. Love the wonky stitch detail of this die! The watercolour effect butterfly is great too.

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  10. A perfect way to showcase the butterflies

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  11. I love the mat behind the wonky stitched rectangle. Perfect touch.

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  12. Terrific technique - love these inky butterflies! Thanks for joining us at CASology this week, Kim!

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  13. This is really pretty! Love butterflies.

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  14. An absolutely gorgeous card, Kim...the butterflies are stunning and I am IN LOVE with the stitched rectangles. I believe a shopping trip is in order *grin*
    Hugs~c

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  15. Love your take on the inspiration. The butterflies are beautiful. TFS

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  16. What a beautiful card! And it does let those stitches shine!

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  17. Fantastic CAS Card!!

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  18. Wow!! beautiful it is..love the butterfly..

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  19. Wow! Great card! Simply stunning!!!

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  20. Wow! So pretty! Love the colors you used!

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  21. Your butterflies are very pretty and the navy border frames them so well.

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  22. Beautiful butterflies
    on your lovely card.
    Carla from Utah

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  23. Love the colors and layout. Awesome card.

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  24. Wonderful! I am excited about this new line of CUTplorations dies! Your butterfly card is beautiful!

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  25. Beautiful butterfly card. Love it!
    Valerija xx

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  26. AMAZING and SPECTACULAR card - love these new dies!!

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  27. Gorgeous butterflies and stunning CAS design as always, Kim! So happy you played along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!

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