Posts Tagged ‘BossKut’

Some LO’s I’ve made during the past year – very mixed!


PP from Calambour and some cuts with the Gazelle.


What’s up and what’s down? The flower is from a Prima Mini-can and the leaf from an ordinary satin flower.


This PP is from Dovecraft, stickers from Bo Bunny, flowers from Prima. Hey, there’s a strange flower in there…


The yellow-tinted one is made by casting UTEE in a silicone mould.


The living room after our re-modeling just before Christmas. The key is a chippie from Maya Road, covered with UTEE in platinum.


The dining room was re-modeled at the same time. The candle decoration and photo mat is cut with the Gazelle, journaling made on handmade paper with grass inclusions from Svartvik Paper.


All paper embellishments are cut with the Gazelle.


I think this butterfly is just lovely!


Kevin, very determined that it will work… MME Trés Jolie papers, Prima flowers and AC Thickers.


My dragon rider! DCWV paper, all paper embellishments made with the Gazelle, and some jewelry components.


King and Prince of the Couch! WRMK paper, Bo Bunny stickers, Prima flowers and some metal embellishments (Alco-Inked) and vintage buttons.


Safe Haven.  I got use of some odd things I’ve found in my drawers.


All paper embellishments are cut with the Gazelle, the star is cut from birch bark.



The papers are all MME Trés Jolie, except for the vintage print which comes from a series of papers called Renaissance Papers. Flowers are all Prima,  the flourish is cut with the Gazelle and covered with UTEE in platinum. The brads are common office type, covered with UTEE.


White CS and K&Co Ancestry papers.  The white distressed paper behind the photo mat is handmade from Svartvik Paper and has a lovely grain structure. The flourish si cut with the Gazelle, and then stamped and inked with Distress Inks. The metal embellishments are all jewelry components.


I have started an album for Kevin’s teacher, which will leave the class after three years. This is one of the LO’s from a Star Night they had last year. The K&Co paper went so well with the colors in the photo. The daisies are a BossKut original cut with the Gazelle, and the strange trimming is made with seed beads using a necklace pattern!


I get all my seed beads from my favorite bead supplier, Zionesse. They have everything I need for bead weaving. I’ve made a whole bunch of decorations using the left-over beads. A fun way to jazz up the pages!


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There’s a new sketch challenge at CropStop – get over there to check it out! Here’s my take on it:


I found some S.E.I. Stitches patterned paper in a drawer, and decided to use it some more as it goes so well with boyish and male pages.




The lovely netted lace in the background is created with the Gazelle, stamped and inked with Distress Inks.


I like to use flowers also on boyish pages, but often jazz them up with a more male flower center – here chinese coins.



A lot of flowers here, too! These are cut with the Gazelle, stamped with Staz-On and inked with Distress Inks.  The sprockets and gears are made the same way.



These papers go well with military themes, too!

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Again I’ve cut the BossKut Daisies, inked and stamped them. These went on a note box I made for my SIL


The wooden embellishment is painted with Crackle Paint Antique Linen, and then I used Distress Inks Vintage Photo to get the cracks more visible.  The pretty mulberry roses are a Tradera buy (search for JimbaGirl), and I also added a lock and a key, both jewelry parts.


The daisies are stamped with Technique Tuesday stamps and Staz-On ink, then colored with Distress Inks.

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I am so in love with my Gazelle! It cuts just what I want and this time I wanted flowers.


I didn’t use the original flower centers for these, instead I put some vintage buttons in. Looks lovely! The photo mat is handmade paper with stone structure from Svartvik Paper, the fern leaf is also cut with the gazelle and covered with UTEE in gold.


For this I used BossKut’s Daisy, and by using the Gazelle I can cut it in any size I want without having to have several dies.


Here I used BossKut Wildflowers, also cut in different sizes. The bracket frames are of my own design, also cut on the Gazelle.


All paper embellishments, including the photo mat, are cut with the Gazelle.


Here, too! The tag is made using Alco Inks and UTEE in black.



The metal parts where all silver colored before I dressed them up using UTEE Britez!


Sometimes the whole world is in pink – like for Kelly! All paper embellishments are cut with the Gazelle, some BossKut “dies”, like the rose, daisies and wildflowers, but also some of my own designs. The photo mat is handmade paper from Svartvik Paper, and the lovely flower centers are bought at Tradera (JimbaGirl has a lot of blingy things!)

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And Friday means a new weekly challenge at CropStop! Jump over and check it out! Hint: it’s all black and white today…


Instructions for the fan can be found in my previous post (pointing downwards). The flowers are made from black cardstock cut with the Gazelle using the BossKut Daisy “die” and stamped with an unknown stamp with Staz-On in Cotton White. For the fan I used Autumn Leaves Whirly Gigs stamps and Staz-On in Jet Black, the edges are colored with Distress Inks Black Soot.


My little cool cat, Kevin.  The flowers here are Prima Esprit and BossKut Wildflowers cut with the Gazelle, inked and embossed.  The flourish is also cut with the Gazelle, a BossKut shape that I have sized up a bit. A lot of jewelry parts and so these glass decorations that I have stamped, embossed and covered with 3D-laquer.


My aunt celebrated her 80th birthday some weeks back and this is the card I made for her. WorldWin cardstock, K&Co Ancestry paper, Prima flowers and some stuff from my stash.

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Not that many – I had to play with my new dies, too! I bought two this morning, the Daisy and the new Rose from BossKut. Check them out below!

The first card I made is a whitework challenge from Gloria at CropStop. Whitework? Isn’t that embroidery? You can whitework while making cards, too.


Stamping in white on white can be a challenge, so I did take a turn there, and stamped with VersaMark and brushed lightly with PearlEx Iridiscent Violet.


Card number two for the day is a Matchbook card, a challenge at 365 Cards for the day.


And the inside:


I used both my new dies on this card, the Daisy on the front and the Rose on the inside. This card is also involved in my weekly BossKut-challenge at CropStop, so move on over and check it out!

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is easy as 1-2-3! I’ve cut a flourish – which I have stamped, embossed, inked and was ready to use for another project when I accidently damaged it… So I used it as a mask instead!

Put a tacky-drying glue thinly on the back. I’ve used Kläber-fix but Wacky Tack, ZIG two-way or any other glue that dries tacky will do. If it dries too tacky, like Kläber-fix does, just dust it lightly with baby powder. Attach it to your LO or card and start using it as a mask, then take it off and store it on acetate until next time.


The flourish in the upper left corner has been covered with UTEE in black and gold:


The flourish in the upper right corner is in fact the mask… I managed to hide the damaged part under a flower.


Gloria at CropStop challenged us last week to make a Tim Holtz inspired tag, and here’s my take on it:


Alco Inks, UTEE, Distress Inks, a printed picture of a bag, Gazelle cut keysand some jewelry parts.

As I was about to make another project for CropStop on borders, I included the tag in this one:


BossKut border and Wildflowers and a key, all stamped and inked and a little UTEE on the key, Prima flowers and some AC Thickers alphas, some stuff from my stash. I like the BK stuff here, the border is great and the wildflowers are so easy to make in different ways!



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