Monday, 9 September 2013

DIE CUT PART 2

 
 
 
 
 

Just a few more of Tonniece's lovely die cuts,
I can't wait to use them, they are all gorgeous.
You don't have to comment just had to share them.
Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful creative day.
NAMASTE !!!!
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11 comments:

Gio said...

But I have to comment!! These die cuts are very lovely, and the contrast between the white and the colorful background is stunning!

Redanne said...

I totally agree with Gio, above. Hugs, Anne x

Monika/Buzsy said...

Beautiful die-cuts Dianne. Can't wait to see what you made with these.

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

I actually thought you had created cards with them until I realised you had simply placed them on a background so the die-cuts looked defined in the photograhs.
Lovely selection - you will have so much fun.
Wishes
Lynne

Julie Ann Lee said...

Wow! Lucky, lucky, little Magpie! These are gorgeous. They are so delicate and detailed. I love, love, love those little birds! I have a basic manual 'Big Shot', but I find I can't cut the really delicate Spell-binder dies with it and it's not getting through chipboard too well either. I'm wondering if I should invest in a new one. Not enough shiny pennies, though! Have a lovely time with your DS! Don't clean the nest too much and make those wings so tired you can't have fun! Julie Ann xx

Candy C said...

Hey Dianne. Once again...thanks so much for your kind thoughts. :) These die cuts are awesome! I used to not use die cuts at all. In fact, I had some sort of aversion to them, I think. haha When Tim Holtz started coming out with die cuts, I started liking them and now I'm hooked! And not particularly HIS die cuts anymore. haha These you are showing are beautiful! <3 Candy

butterfly said...

They are wonderful, Dianne - and already look great just laid out as you've photographed them. Can't wait to see what you do with them next...
Alison x

Sue Lelli said...

GORGEOUS die cuts!

earthenmagic said...

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Dianne said...

Love the die cuts, especially the kimono.

Dianne.

Diane said...

Wow, these are delicate and gorgeous!!