Friday, June 22, 2012

It's a Big Deal . . . It's a Big Shot

I think I'm addicted.  I've been using it all week.  It's the Big Shot.

Why do I love it so?  Because the Big Shot is so versatile. I use it when I'm making letters for our 4-H tri-boards for Fair and embossing cards.  They are great for school projects and work stuff.  Seriously, anyone can create fabulous, coordinated looks with just a crank of the handle!  The kids in our 4-H club are just crazy about it.

Framelits are the newest addition to the line of Big Shot cool stuff. What are those?  Well, Framelits are thin, metal dies that you can use to cut card stock and Designer Series paper into a variety of shapes. 
The new Bitty Banners Framelits make adorable little banners in three sizes. Use them as accent layers on your project or take advantage of the see-through centers that let you cut out the greetings in the coordinating Itty Bitty Banners stamp set!  See how cute?

 Well, I wanted to show how versatile all these items are.  I used them yesterday in this post, and here are the Make the Cake and Itty Bitty Banners stamp sets again.  Great value.
Here's a great tip for you:
Just cut a series of banners, attach to Baker’s Twine with Stampin’ Dimensionals and make an ever-so-popular banner.  Very trendy right now.

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Basic Gray card stock
Shimmery White card stock

Cherry Cobbler card stock
Brushed Silver card stock

Big Shot
Bitty Banners Framelits

Whisper White card stock   

Snail adhesive
Paper Snips
Stampin' Dimensionals

Itty Bitty Banners stamp set

Make a Cake stamp set
Cherry Cobbler Classic Ink
Beautiful Wings Embosslit Die
Textured Impressions Folder - Vintage Wallpaper
Basic Gray Classic Ink


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