There’s a new challenge that went live today at IBSIC. A breath taking inspiration picture for the challenge…

I chose purple as the main colour and made this card…

It was a lot of hard work. The bicycle is a Lawn fawn stamp and it took me hell lot of time to fussy cut it… I wanted to give it a proper bicycle look. I made a little slit in the basket for the flowers. 🙂

The beautiful window die stole my heart. I had problems cutting the intricate die in my cuttle bug even when I used a metal shim. Any suggestions?

Do let me know how you like my card… 🙂 Now head over to IBSIC to have a look at the wonderful inspiration from Joanna and her DT.

10 responses to “IBSIC# 47”

  1. Wow Sindhu ! I liked these beautiful scene..


  2. wow window and cycle look so cool ..


  3. Wow ..what a beautiful card Sindhu …the way you have fussy cut the bicycle is simply Awesome!! ..loved the way you have created the whole scene …fab take on the inspiration at IBSIC 🙂


  4. I have a Cheery Lynn window die and it cuts beautifully. Which die is this one?


  5. cute scene, love the bike and window !!!!


  6. Such a pretty card, especially like those lilies in the window!


  7. So beautiful Sindhu! Hugs, Joanna


  8. this is so pretty and I love all the details of your card. thank you for playing along with us this week at IBSIC


  9. Jus a perfect take on challenge!!! Sindu!!


  10. Sindu, great card! I can imagine the time it took to cut out that bicycle.

    If you look on youtube or at some of the companies that sell intricate dies, they will offer tips for cutting them. I have a hard time cutting a few of them on my Cuttlebug and find they cut better on my Spellbinders Grand Calibur. Even then, I've had a hard time with one or two of them.


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