Thursday, August 25, 2011

Romance with Tiddly Inks


This is a special one, one I've been thinking about for a long time. When Christy came up with the new Tiddly, You and Me, I knew it was time to try it. It was sort of a risk, printing and coloring the image and then using Cricut DS to create a puzzle.

The pieces are from Don Juan. The hard part was moving the pieces close enough to create the puzzle. You can't weld them, they have to be separate. You just have to hope that you've moved them close enough together to cut as one, as each piece is cut separately and then has to be retraced, in part, for the next row of pieces.

I printed and colored my image first. Lots of time invested. On top of the puzzle I placed a heart from George to cut as well.

Then it was just a leap of faith. There was some rough going. It wasn't perfect. I thought after, that I should have just cut out the one piece, but that's not how love is.

Sometimes the going gets rough, but if you can hold it together, everything will be fine...stronger, better than the perfect, easy way out.


I'm sorry, but something in this post is causing all the stuff on my sidebar to go to the bottom. May have to delete it all.

10 comments:

  1. Donna, wow just omg wow. This is just stunning and the jigsaw heart with the bit waiting to be completed is just amazing. I love it.
    huge hugs Lou xxx

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  2. Awww...this is just so sweet Donna! Love the little touches with the jigsaw and layers! :)

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  3. I love this so much! Really beautiful!:)

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  4. Goodness, Donna!!! How clever and how hard!!! Wow!!!

    It turned out great and I don't see any rough edges!!! :)

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  5. I love your card. Just beautiful!

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  6. Oh wow this is a gorgeous card!

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  7. LOVE THIS!!! What a great idea to do the puzzle pieces, and it worked out beautifully :)

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  8. How creative you are.. I love the puzzle and the so true,sometimes the going does get rough and if you can hold it together, everything will be fine... stronger, better than the perfect, easy way out.. so so true. PERFECTLY done... hugs

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  9. WOW! This looks like a whole lot of work to me but you did it perfectly. The puzzle against the embossed background is awesome!

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