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Graduation time is upon us! Cash is officially a “Little Man” now as he leaves
Pre-K to enter Kindergarten next year. So congratulations and Grandma actually
got your special page done in time! After selecting my colors and papers for this
layout, I cut the frames using my Bosskut Gazelle. The fun begins!
I really enjoy coloring stamps to use for my projects! This is one of the newly released LaLaLand stamps now available at Bosskut.“Graduation Luka”. Check the new releases out.
I then cut my Bookworm file and the clipboard using my Gazelle.
Files : Book Worm by Olivia Myers and Clip Board by Olivia Myers . I used the clipboard pattern for my largest frame. After placing and assembling my pieces, I added ribbon for the trim.
Judy Stark- Bosskut Design Team
While swimming in the sea of testosterone I call my home, I realized how sad I am that I cannot make use of all those cute little hair clips floating around the Internet. You see, I am much too old to pull off super girly pink hair accessories and definitely not cool enough. So what is a girl who is awash in boys to do? Make them anyway
and dare someone to make fun of you!
So I got my brain working on how I was going to accomplish this after I saw the Parker Pop-Kut flower. I knew I wanted to use this cute flower but I didn’t think paper would hold up too well in the rain. So what would? I just happen
to look within the many bins in my craft room and see that I had pink foam about
2mm thick. Can my Gazelle cut foam? Why yes, Virginia, it can!! I
love having a machine that does just about everything except the dishes.
These are pretty simple to make. You just need one of those alligator hair clips you can purchase at the craft store, foam 2mm or under and a super cute file like I have here. If your flower is not going to be big
enough (like the one on the right) to cover the whole clip, feel free to wrap a
coordinating ribbon around it and hot glue.
Since I had foam that is on the thicker end of the scale for the Gazelle, you still may need to pop it out of the foam after cutting. I put my Deep Cut blade into the holder
with 3 O-rings. I set my Speed set on 2, force 2 and
had it cut twice. Pop them out of the foam and waa-laa, instant beauty! To give
them a little stability, I cut two circles out of heavy card stock to hot glue to the back of the flower, then glued them once again with hot glue to the clips. Embellish as desired.
Becki – Bosskut Design Team