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December 01, 2009

And the Slice or Dice Winner is...And a Contest!!! CLOSED

Kaye!!!Not only is this a beautiful "slicing" but I found it amazing that she was using Polaroid! Remember those? I am going to go buy some Polaroid film To-Day, seriously!

























Now, because it is the season I have also decided to pull a winner from amongst the design teams here on If It's Groovy...That winner is Theresa. Check out this mosaic in a closer look. Stunning isn't it? Makes me want to visit this place she calls Paradise!

























Did you know you can buy paper that is already sliced and diced for you into mosaics such as Theresa's? They were put out a few years ago so see if you cannot still find some or use one of my favorite Fiskars tools and start slicing carefully. Have you ever tried the Fingertip Craft Knife? Leave a comment here, sign up to be a follwer and then start telling me why you love it or why you have not tried it yet and you may be a winner too. Tis the Season, so Be Merry!
Deb♥


23 comments:

  1. congrats kaye!!!! jen t.

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  2. Congrats to the winners!! I have never used the fingertip craft knife, i actually never heard of it until now.

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  3. W@W!!! gorgeous work gals. Congrats to both our winners :)

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  4. Amazing layouts girls! I have that fingertip knife on my wishlist... but no one buys it for me... guess I'll have to buy it as a stocking stuffer from Santa;)

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  5. I have a polaroid! I am going to have to try that! Love it! And thanks for choosing me for the win! You can buy paper with the grids already on it at www.SnapNCrop.com and it makes mosaics so easy to do!

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  6. I love these layouts!! I have been using the fingertip craft knife for over a year now - it gives me so much better control for my cutting. I'll never go back to a standard craft knife.

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  7. I trid one of these a while ago and ended up giving it away. Someone needed it more than I did. I know it works great for microcutting on fancy lettering for scrapbook pages.

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  8. That is so funny, I JUST bought one of those this weekend! (Since I've determined there is no way I'll ever be able to use an exacto knife,lo.) I've only tried it once and it was so-so but I can see the potential for it to be really successful once I practice some more.

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  9. Didn't know about this new tool until I saw your post. I will have to check it out.

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  10. Congratulations Theresa!!! Your mosaic LO is beautiful...
    Beautiful LO Kaye...

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  11. Congrats to the winners! Great LOs.

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  12. i love the fiskars fingtip craft knife that i have because it is sooo much easier to manuever than my regular craft knife! it is just as comfortable as writing with a pen and great for detail cutting! jen t.

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  13. Congrats girls! They're both awesome LO's!

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  14. Awesome job, Kaye! Very inspiring and creative. Polaroids are sure special and so unique. I have heard rumors that they are coming back. Hmmm....
    Theresa: Your LO is just breath taking to me. It reminds me of the San Diego Botanical Garden at Balboa Park and the Zoo! I hope you don't mind if I scraplift the idea to do my flower pics? :)

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  15. Wow, awesome layout! i love my fingertip knife. it's just so easy to use!

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  16. Great work everyone!

    I love my fingertip craft knife. I'm always using it. It's great to get into the curves and corners of things to cut them out. It makes cutting small things so much easier.

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  17. this is the first time i've ever heard of that knife...but i'm sure it makes scrapping faster! definitely gonna try getting one.

    i absolutely LOVE theresa's layout!!! gonna try lifting it -- it's fabulous!!! :)

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  18. Congratulations to both winners, the layouts are gorgeous! I have never tried the fingertip knife. Do you think it would work for lefthanders?

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  19. Congrats to the winners. I fell in love with the fingertip knife when I demoed it at the Winter CHA Fiskars booth. LOVVVVVVVVVVE IT. Especially the little rotary one.

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  20. Congrats to the winners!! Wonderful LO's. I have been wanting the polaroid for a long time. I have not tried the fingertip knife, but several friends have it and love it. I might have to borrow it and see how I like it!!!

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  22. Conratulations ladies, GREAT pages!! : ]

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  23. Congrats Kaye! This is so beautiful and refreshing. Love how you sliced your photo too...very innovative!

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