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Following a sketch with my Pazzles Studio Pro software.


Hi, here I am again, Joanna as guest designer at Kricut Krazy, sharing a recent project with my Pazzles Inspiration cutting machine.


Making this card using my Pazzles I really challenged myself, on two counts.  Firstly, I tried a recent sketch from Mojo Monday and secondly, I challenged myself to use papers and graphics with my Pazzles 2010 Studio Pro software.

I imported the sketch layout as a .jpeg into my Pazzles  software and then drew the elements so that I could cut them with my cutting machine at the desired size.



I then printed out some digital papers and laid them onto my cutting mat and cut each element as I required.

I chose my images and  I then print and cut the graphics out with my Pazzles Inspiration.


This is not my usual style of card but I love how it turned out.



The combination of the papers and graphics made it easier to follow the sketch that seemed to have zillions of layers!


I am pleased I had a go at the challenge!  
Motto for the day "Have a Go!"


Please take a peep at my blog  for more projects using my Pazzles Studio Pro Software with my Pazzles Inspiration cutting machine http://ilove2cutpaper.blogspot.co.uk/
I would love you to also follow my FACEBOOK PAGE 

Joanna xx


Comments

  1. This is absolutely beautiful! I can not wait for the pazzles retreat in a few weeks - I'll learn stuff like this! Thank you SO much Joanna! I just love love love your posts! XOXO

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  2. Thank you for your sweet comment Tangee. You are going to love being at the pazzles retreat and sharing all the wonderful things that other crafters make with their pazzles.....wish I could join you!

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  3. WOW - this is awesome - what a fabulous creation:-)

    TFS

    http://karonskraftykorner.blogspot.ca/

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