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Quite Curvy is quite unique! | Stampin' Up!


Quite Curvy is unlike anything else in your stamp closet. The Curvy dies create very unique curved edges, and the Quite Curvy sentiments mimic the curves.


This photopolymer set has two long and curvy foliage stamps, one individual foliage stamp, three birds, and six unique sentiments.



The dies cut out the birds and foliage, and also there are two unique curvy edges and the curvy ivy die shown here.



I mean, have you ever seen anything like that ivy die? Quite unique. I also used the tasteful textiles embossing folder - my favorite - but it is hard to see in the photos. You can see the texture in the photo below.


Ingredients: Quite Curvy bundle; Tasteful Textiles embossing folder; thick white, white, and so saffron card stocks; old olive and tuxedo black inks; pretty peacock, daffodil delight, and crumb cake stampin' blends; sponge dauber; liquid glue or seal adhesives, and stampin' dimensionals; trimmer; Stampin' Cut and Emboss machine.

Recipe: Cut a piece of thick white card stock in half horizontally, and score horizontally again, then fold to create a card base that is 5.5x4.25".Cut a piece of so saffron cardstock to 5.25x4" and adhere to the card base using liquid glue or seal. Cut a piece of white to 5x3.75". Place the ivy die as shown and run it through the Boss. Place the piece in the Tasteful Textiles embossing folder and run it through the Boss again. Using a sponge dauber, color along the die cut with the old olive. Stamp the sentiment as shown. Adhere the piece to the so saffron with liquid glue or seal.

Stamp two birds facing each other in tuxedo black. Using the stampin' blends, color the birds as shown. Cut out with the dies. Attach the birds as shown with stampin' dimensionals.

That's it! I hope you enjoy the card. It is a lot easier than it looks. If you make it, please tag me so that I can see it. Thanks for spending some time with me!



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