Next I played with the Allegro Cuttlebug folder. I love music, if there isn't a movie I'm watching while crafting, the music is on! This card stock was a kind of rustic red or country red. I mounted it on a cream card stock. I liked the look and decided to make it a little elegant with some gold ribbon along the edge. I cut a sentiment block with my Cricut out of cream and added a pretty sentiment with a butterfly in the corner from one of my stamp sets with a touch of bling on the butterfly and along the bottom of the sentiment. I inked up the edges with the Tim Holtz Fired Brick ink pad. I left the inside blank so the sender can write a personalized note.
This card is a birthday card, with the flowery look to it I'm thinking it's a girl's card. I used the Happy Birthday Cuttlebug folder with a burgundy colored card stock mounted on white. I add a sentiment square in white card stock in the lower right corner with a small stamped flower and some matching bling. I then added some flowers in the upper left corner with a heart brad in the middle and a little bling on top. The inside is stamped with Happy Birthday.
Finally, I did a thank you card using the Thanks Cuttlebug folder and burgundy card stock, again on white. Using the Tim Holtz small rosette die, I added a mini paper rosette on the front with a gold patterned paper from the DCWV Tradewinds paper stack. I think it punches up the burgundy a little and gives it some dimension. Inside I stamped "thanks a million and added a schwoopie in the lower right corner with a little bling. I stamped it with Tim Holtz Fired Brick ink.
I think I'll be using my Sizzix a lot more in the future! Imagine, Create, Enjoy!