Sunday, June 3, 2012


I only just recently learned that there is actually a term for cutting an image out - Fussy cutting. I'd heard people refer to it before, but it wasn't until this challenge by 365 Cards that I decided to find out exactly what it meant. Ha! Fussy cutting? It's just cutting - a classic method used by any crafter who collages, scrapbooks or makes anything with paper or fabric.

Anyway, I'll be in the know & start using the term :)

The big, gold flower was fussy cut - It's gorgeously coated with glitter for lots of sparkle!

This card was submitted to wonderful challenge blogs - See below for links & details, so you can create your own & join in the fun!

Simon Says Stamp: Anything Goes (DT is using twine)


Tonya H said...

Oh I love this. The flower is so pretty.

I have seen the term also but I thought it was a word a lady made up. Now I know it is an actual term others use as well. That will go into my "file" for new words to use. :o)

Mandy said...

Gorgeous card Corrinne, I love the pretty flower.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp
hugs Mandy xx

Rica said...

Such a beautiful card, your colours are stunning and that flower is beautiful..........I love your details!!!

Heather xx
Thanks so much for joining the Simon Says Stamp challenge

Tracy said...

Thanks for joining our challenge Oldie But A Goodie with this great entry, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x