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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…

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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.

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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.

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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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I have this thing about fans… The vintage ones! I needed one for a project I’m working on, but couldn’t find them anywhere so I made my own template for the Gazelle. Those of you who use this can e-mail me at 060.615249@telia.com and I’ll send you the template. Otherwise, you’ll have to use the .jpg-file below.

fantemplateI have made the parts approx 4″ (10 cm) high, and have used 8 or 9 parts for each fan. Cut them in patterned paper or cardstock to decorate yourself. I used plain white CS for mine, inked, stamped and embossed and this is what I came up with:

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Put a brad through the hole to hold the parts together, and if you want you can thread a ribbon through the slits, like I did:

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Thread ribbon up through slit no 1 on the part furthest back, down through slit no 2 and up through slit no 3 and continue through slit no 1 on the second part. Spread the fan as you like it to be when you have gone through all the parts, attach the ribbon ends on the back.

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Finished!

Products used: White CS, stamps from Pysselmyran and Autumn Leaves, Distress Inks and Embossing Powder from Ranger, Staz-On stamp pad. Ribbon from stash.

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