18 February 2019

You deserve the best

Hi there!

I've had so much fun lately with the gorgeous digital stamps from Graciellie Design. So here's my first card with one of my most recent purchases 😊


More than you know : Gracielle Design Digital stamp


More than you know : Gracielle Design Digital stamp


More than you know : Gracielle Design Digital stamp


 I used :




Here's a short explanation of how I did the partially cut out digital stamp:

  1. Open the image in the Silhouette studio
  2. Trace the image to get cutting lines
  3. Do an offset (I do a 1 mm offset)
  4. Move the digital stamp away from the cut lines
  5. Create your frame and choose to make the frame a compound path
  6. Position the traced cut lines of the image so as to overlap the frame
  7. Select all and choose 'weld'
  8. Now you can move the digital stamp back to line up with the cutting file you designed
  9. Print & Cut





Sharing my card at :

Time out challenges ~ Retro

The flower challenge  ~ Use your latest stamps/dies



                                   

Thanks for visiting me today!

Hugs
Hannelie

16 comments:

bolletjelucky.blogspot.com said...

Beautiful card Hannelie. Love the design and the beautiful colours from te flowers.
Greetings Miranda

marilyn said...

lovely card, but way beyond me!

Rachel Vass said...

Thanks for the explanation on how to make this Hannelie. I may dust my silhouette off soon and give this a go.

JanR said...

So pretty! I use my Silhouette all the time to fussy cut digi stamps but I've never thought to add a frame - it's such a clever idea! Thanks for sharing!

TK said...

Oh, Hannelie! How beautiful and amazing! Love your design, your coloring, and your Silhouette skills are to die for! I was just thinking I should vacay to Abu Dhabi, but your directions are much appreciated too!

Cheryl W said...

Your card has a fresh loveliness! I haven't used a digital stamp in a long time. After seeing your card, I feel I need to look through my files and find a digital stamp that inspires me.

Leslie Miller said...

This is one of my favorites! I love hanging baskets, whether stamps or real life. I like how you designed this, and you're so good to share the instructions for those who use a Silhouette. You're very clever with it!

Momo said...

Dear Hannelie!
I've just found your blog and I'm excited about your beautiful work. I am happy to follow you and visit you more often. I wish you all the best and a wonderfully creative time.
Many greetings - until next time -
Momo

sandie said...

so pretty and wonderful precise colouring. I adore how you used the frame and the texture on this. Wonderful to see you at Time Out

Anita in France said...

What a beautifully coloured and detailed hanging basket, Hannelie ... puts me in mind of the macrame ones from the 70's ... great retro! Always happy to have you playing along with us at Time Out! Hugs, Anita :)

Esther Asbury said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS card! I love the way you framed your hanging basket and your beautiful take on this GD stamp! So happy you linked up to the Time Out Retro challenge where I'm guest designing this week!

Bajalizzy said...

great sentiment for a beuatiful hanging basket card

Viv said...

Such a beautiful card here Hannelie! love your pretty hanging flowers and CAS design.Thanks for sharing with us over at 'The Flower Challenge' ;) Viv DT xx

Jill V said...

Thanks so much for including the explanation about how to set up the Cameo to do this technique - I have just started using my Cameo and this is something that I would like to try :) Your card is so pretty - as always - I love the CAS design and the pop of colour in the hanging basket. Thanks so much for playign along with us at Time Out! Jill

artful-notions said...

This just wows in every way! Love the look, the texture, your talent, love it all!!! Beautiful!

Aileen said...

I have been away and not commenting on The Flower Challenge but just wanted to drop in and say what a stunning creation this is. Absolutely eye catching and fabulous that you shared how you did it. xx Aileen