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November 19, 2007

Dreamkutz Uses

Sandra Zeigler is a customer at A Walk Down Memory Lane who purchased a Dreamkutz machine and has made excellent use of it!

She is a card-maker and bought the Dreamkutz to make cards.  It's very easy to take a regular 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of cardstock and cut it in half for a perfectly sized A2 card base. 

This tool is the perfect page cutter! The Dreamkuts has two slots that allow you to cut over 100 different page sizes. The back slot is adjustable (depending on the size of your paper) and will make one center cut. The front slot (fixed at 12") will cut your paper into thirds! *Note: The DreamHappybirthdayszkuts will cut up to one or two sheets of cardstock at a time. It will NOT cut chipboard.

In the musical happy birthday card, he musical quilt is actual fabric with musical motifs one predominantly black and one predominantly white. She used black card stock for the sashing and borders. She used a birthday stamp from D.J. Inkers for the Happy Birthday stamped on white cardstock matted on black and adhered over the quilt.

FirecrackersszOn the firecracker card, she used a pattern from the book, "Anne Lang's 202 Paper Piecing Patterns." She cut the pattern pieces out of any printed card stock that goes with the theme. She attached the pattern piece to black cardstock and trim it pretty close so she just has a black trim that makes the pieces stand out. She used a two sided cardstock for the interior of the card-red on the front blue on the back. She trimmed this cardstock using scalloped decorative scissors She put white card stock as the exterior part of the card and attached the paper piecing to the front. She used a little glitter to accent the star on the paper piecing and she added some faux gem stars.

These are great cards Sandra!  I'm so glad that you love your Dreamkutz and have found a way to make your card-making go lots faster!

You can be featured here on the blog too, if you have a project, layout, or card that was made using products available at A Walk Down Memory LaneEmail me with a picture or scan of your layout, along with the directions on how you made it, and I'll choose one project to feature each week.


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