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09/30/2016

Fri 30

Wirework Ornament
by Irena Kowalczyk

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I prepared two projects, I used in them New die Wirework Ornament.
You can use that one Wirework Ornament with die Retro Ornaments.
If you don't have a die Retro Ornaments, it's not a problem because Wirework Ornament suits perfect to cards.

The first card made in my favorite style - with kraft paper.
Here, I used New Wirework Ornament die and Retro Ornaments.
I added the new die cutter Scribble Flourish and Pine Boughs.

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The second card more delicate. I cut a few times in different colors and connect together. And at the bottom of the card I added a wave of stitched Hills craft die.

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If you would like a chance to win this Wirework Ornament die all you have to do is leave a comment.

You have until midnight US EST October 7 to leave a comment on each and every post that you want to enter. Winners will announced on this blog on October 10.

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Comments

Beautiful cards,
but I love the
second one's
colors! Great
die.
Carla from Utah

Beautiful cards! Love the Wirework Ornament die! So pretty on both of your lovely cards!

Irena... Two truly very different card styles, but both equally impressive. Love them :)

Hi Irena, Two beautiful cards, I love the first one, the wirework ornament, the scribble flourish and the pine boughs are fabulous.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Beautiful cards!

The first card is my favorite! You are a genius to present two options!

Both cards are pretty. Love the white on kraft. Hugz

These are beautiful cards. I especially love the sparkle and inlaid look of your second card.

Both cards are wonderful. The pine branch on the first looks so real! the more modern design on the second is stunning.

Lovely! You are incredible! Thank you for sharing such inspiring work!

These are both beautiful. Love that die & you really made it look great. Thanks!

Simply elegant!

I love how different those two cards are with the same die. Just beautiful. I love that scribble flourish die too.

2 totally different looks & I love them both! You've inspired me!

Great cards! One is warm and rustic and the other is elegant and sparkling. The Wirework Ornament die is very versatile :)

Oh how pretty! Love how delicate it is!

These are great, I especially like the one with all the shimmer.

Both cards are so pretty, but my favorite is the glittery one. The wire work ornament is awesome, I just love it!

OMG, I'm over the moon over your cards. I love them both, but the second one is my fav....it's so crisp and clean and elegant. Oh, my....have to make a note to self to try your technique. So pretty.

Great cards. Like the inlay look. Thanks for the chance to win!

Both cards are so pretty. Very different styles, that's the wonderful thing about dies. On the kraft card, I like the addition of the Scribble Flourish and the little white spots. I sparkle on the second card gives it a very elegant look.

This is such a modern and unique looking ornament design. I love it with the glitter paper!

I love the paper pieced effect that you got with the glitter paper on the ornament. I love ornament dies!

Gorgeous cards!! Such beautiful ornaments! I love them both.

I love the white splatters and touches of glitter...beautiful details and pretty dies!

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