Die Cut Kissing Recycle -Lots of Tickets

Hi! My kids and I are headed out to the train station to get on a 4 o’clock train to meet my husband; we need to get our tickets to Vaihingen. He’s picking us up and then we’re going to see the movie “War Room”. We’ll need to pick up our tickets for the 6 o’clock showing of the movie too! I’m really looking forward to it. Lots of tickets in this post.

This post is a bit different because I’m not really sharing a card in it. Today, I have a ticket bookmark and a ticket tag to share with you.

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This week Betsy, over at PTI’s MIM, used a stamp kissing technique but changed it up a bit by using a stamp and a die cut instead of two stamps. I had This technique was fun and I think I’ll be trying it again very soon. Here’s the post with the card I made for MIM.

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 I did a test run with the 2 PTI products I wanted to use, the Bloomers stamp set, and the Heart cover Plate die.

The process……

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Here’s the inked up die cut which I recycled for the bookmark and tag.

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I stamped the front side with “Many Blessings” from PTI’S Scripted Stamp Set. I also decorated the back of the tag and made a space to write on. I made my own tickets but using a circle punch to chomp off the corners of the tickets and then I drew the lines on free-hand.

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I added some Glossy Accents to the heart negatives on the bookmark. The sentiment is from PTI’s Bibliophile stamp set.

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I’d like to play the tag over at WAW’s Challenge #198 – Anything Goes and Wednesday’s Simon Says Anything Goes

and the bookmark at SSS Mondays’: Ticket, Please.

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XO
Melissa

Here’s the trailer for War Room:

Updated Sat 29 August: Here’s what I shared on FB about the movie: “Just got back. Incredibly good. Go. Take your friends, family, neighbors or strangers off the street. Go twice. Take more people. Every single person over 7 years old should go see this movie.”

Supplies:

Bloomers Stamp SetPapertrey Ink - Cover Plate: Hearts DieScripted Stamp SetBibliophile Stamp Set


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