I've had my Slice for almost a year but it's kinda been gathering dust. That is, until I got the Hands-free mat as an early birthday present! Wow, what a difference that makes for me, not having to exert pressure to hold the machine in place.
Don't you love that paper? I've admired it in Michaels but held off because, well, I need more paper like I need another hole in my head. BUT! It was on SALE and my friend, Kathy, and I split the pad. It was a little painful to cut all that paper in half right away, but I knew I'd never need three sheets of every pattern.
I cut out two butterflies and layered them. The butterfly is edged in glass glitter and the shapes are sponged with inks on the edges.
Thanks so much for visiting! It feels good to be blogging again. :)
Stamps: Frame (Technique Tuesday,) Polka Dots background (Papertrey Ink), sentiment (SU)
Paper: Sage Shadow, Ivory, Life's Journey (K&Co)
Ink: Versamark, Creamy Brown Chalk ink (Colorbox), Palette Hybrid Burnt Umber, Whisper White craft (SU)
Accessories: Dazzling Diamonds embossing powder (SU), buttons, lace, sewing machine, sponge, Slice Machine, Vintage Findings Slice card, Fiskars pinking scissors, Diamond Dust glass glitter, ivory crochet thread