Cut 'n' Boss Design Team: Suzanna Lee Cycle 12
Hi there Craftwell fans! Suzanna here today popping into share with you another layout. Today's layout features dies from the Craftwell/Teresa Collins Noteworthy pocket collection. I love that I was able to cut all four of these dies at the same time with one pass through my Cut'N Boss. And not manual cranking necessary! Just insert the sandwich into the machine, sit back and relax and let the machine do the hard work for you!
It's not often that one is afforded the opportunity to capture pictures of older kids napping. I was "lucky" to find my youngest on the couch one of our recent snow days. Unfortunately the reason I had this opportunity is she had walked into a door... No concussion but a mighty big headache instead! Needless to say, the frame with the words "dream" were appropriate for these pictures!
I took full advantage of the "time", "place" and "date" dies to be able to document the specifics that added those little details to my story. They make a nice footer along the bottom of the page. Use the usual sandwich for dies and the Cut'N Boss that we've been showing for over a year now. When in doubt, you can always consult the "Platform Combination" manual that can be found online HERE. Not only does this give you the die cut combinations for multiple others as well. Handy tid bit of info to bookmark!
Wanting to incorporate a little added color into the layout, I hand watercolored this awesome background from Bella Blvd with my Peerless watercolors.
I hope you have been enjoying all the projects we have shared lately. Be sure to check out this month's sales from Craftwell. We have tried to incorporate these products into our projects so you have a sense of how to use these wonderful dies and embossing folders in the Cut'N Boss.
Thanks for stopping in today!
Craftwell/Tersea Collins Cut'N Boss
Craftwell/Teresa Collins Noteworthy Pocket Dies
Cardstock - Core'dinations
Patterened paper, stickers, acetate, diecuts - Bella Blvd
Watercolors - Peerless