Welcome back for Flashback Friday 22.0, I just love this challenge. If you haven't heard about it, the theme changes every month, you have from today until April 20th at 11:59 Pacific time to play and all you have to do is find your first ?(depending on the challenge) repost it and link up. All winners are random, it is fun to look back and the prizes so fabulous. Speaking of prizes, I am the sponsor for this challenge. There is a blog hop and of course, I know you love those. If you have arrived from The Flashback Friday Blog, you are in the right place, if not go there for all the details that I may have missed!
The winner of Flashback Friday 21.0 was Miriam, she chose the theme for this challenge, find your project using a die cut, write the post with the link to your project and link back to the Flashback Friday Blog, for all the details check out the Flashback Friday Blog. Now for the prize:
Now for my first two die cut projects, I first got my Big Shot in 2008 right after a Stampin'Up! convention. I had Sizzix dies, but when SU started selling there products, I went die crazy, I love them. My granddaughter was born Saturday, the last day of the convention. I was in Salt Lake City when I got the call so I headed home, skipping the last two days. Home was in southern Colorado, I was driving so I had to overnight. By the time I got home Kate had been born in Oklahoma, so I dediced to wait until Monday to travel. After all this I started two projects, one for a friend and one for the baby,both were done at the same time so I will link you to both. Here is the first which just uses letters and a lot of fussy cutting. My friend was opening a new hair salon and spa at a new location in our small town and wanted this for her door. I was honored when she ask me to do it.
It's all paper, very simple, but it was so beautiful hanging on that door! The post can be seen Here, along with the outside of the photo mini album I made for my granddaughter.
Find the inside Here. I am sorry, I lost a lot of photo's, deleted in my Kodak folder so these are all I have. The other side has almost the same except it had a place for the picture to go. So go have some fun looking back for your first project using a die cut, that you posted to your blog. these were made August, 2008, right after I started my blog. Be on your way now and continue the hop over at Miriam's Blog and good luck! Be sure and give Amy Tsuruta a big shout out and thank you for doing this, it is a lot of work to put together. Have a wonderful Friday, my friends!