No more need to fussy cut

Today I am back again with a lovely image from Conie Fong Art called Braids In My Hair.
I printed this image onto Strathmore Toned Tan sketch paper and colored it with my Prismacolor colored pencils. Once it was colored, I used my new PixScan mat for my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the image.
Fussy cutting and I are not friends, so I have been eyeing the PixScan mat for a while and finally took the plunge. I am not sure why I had not done so a long time ago, the mat made cutting out a colored image a charm.
I added the cut out image to a piece of pink cardstock that I had cut with a Gina Marie designs stitched oval die and in turn adhered that to a patterned paper card panel.
I added a tag with a stamped sentiment, a little piece of ribbon tied into a bow and three punched butterflies.
General supplies:
Strathmore Toned Tan sketch paper
Reflections 110lb heavyweight cardstock for card base
Patterned paper
Pink Cardstock
Gina Marie designs stitched rectangle die and stitched oval die
Conie Fong Braids In My Hair digi stamp
Silhouette Cameo with PixScan mat
Patterned paper butterflies
Pink ribbon
Retired Stampin Up sentiment
Versafine Onyx Black Ink
Prismacolor pencils

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