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August 3, 2013

Playing with Fonts on my Cameo......

Good Morning Everyone,

This is Denine from Pumpkin Spice.  Thank you Pam for having me as part of your DT today.

Today I have a card to share with you that is similar to last weeks because of the detail cut... BUT... i used my Cameo on this one.  So much easier to clean up the little pieces. (no vacuum required.. hehe)  I also had a lot of fun playing with the fonts and having them follow the shape of the circle.  I am still learning but that was pretty awesome.



What do you think?

I covered the Name in the center because the recipient has not received it yet. :)

But I was able to make 3 of these cards for different people with one file on the Cameo.

Love it!!!  I can go back and use it when ever I need a Congratulations card.
Just insert Name!!!

Supplies:
Cameo
Bazzill White Cardstock (love this stuff - cuts like butter and takes INK amazingly well)
For the Record 2 - Tailored
Ribbon from my stash - I used Courtney Lee's Ribbon technique... Amazingly easy... will be using on my Holiday cards. )

Hope you enjoyed.

Remember to join the fun at the weekly Pumpkin Spice Challenge HERE
and VOTE on Challenge #30 HERE!
We also have a BLOG HOP today!

Thank you for spending time with me, I hope you saw something that made you smile.

Hugs,
Denine


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