**If you don't have a lot of cartridges use your least favorite cut on the ones that you do have.**
I wanted to do this project because I bought a cartridge that everyone I talked to said you just 'Had to Have'. So I bought it and looked in the booklet and felt a little deflated. It is a great cartridge if used for scrapbooking in my opinion but harder for card makers like me. So I wanted to force myself to use this cartridge on a card project. The cartridge used: Graphically Speaking.
I made a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 card and rounded the corners. I used the circle cut on page 56 cut at 5". I then used the icon butterfly cut on page 57 at 3". I also used the blackout butterfly cut at 3". Then I cut the blackout cut again in black at 3 1/2" to create a shadow because there is no shadow feature.
The stamp is from the My Pink Stamper Everyday Occasions stamp set. The base paper and ribbon is from Stampin Up! and the designer paper used on the circle and butterfly is from Doodlebug.
Here is another card using the same cartridge:
Thanks for looking! I hope that you join in on the challenge at My Pink Stamper!
I like this card you (very pretty/girly) did and I just pulled out Graphically Speaking today never used it before, so thanks for reminding me of it.
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