Dragon’s Eye Designs from KNK
We are living it up here with Team KNK!
BUT before we get started. PLEASE head over and make sure you are entered to WIN OUR $300 GIVEAWAY FROM THE BRAND NEW DAVID TUTERA CELEBRATE LINE!!! Contest ends 10/19 so not much time left!
It is the perfect time of year to bust out some Black Magic and do some Halloween projects. If you have been here this week you will have seen some great techniques on Monday’s and Tuesday’s Post. Today is the last day Michele is cookin’ up designs for us in her labratory (or you could call it a craft room). And today we are switching it up using something other than Black Magic cardstock but don’t worry…you can still win some!
We have a really cool technique to share with you today AND all week long from the team over at KNK. Here is a little bit more about the Klic -N- Kut:
Klic-N-Kut computerized cutting systems are top-of-the line digital die cutters. KNKUSA.com has a great selection of machines to choose from. These machines can cut everything from vinyl to rhinestone rubber, from paper to chipboard, from thin cotton fabric to stiffened felt. Each machine comes with the choice of KNK Studio or Make The Cut!, two vector designing programs rich in functionality. For more information check them out HERE. And make sure you stick around for a chance to win a $50 Gift Certificate!
SO…if you were here earlier this week you will know there are a few ways to win: We are giving away a pack of Black Magic here at the Core blog or on our Facebook page AND the KNK Blog or their Facebook page HERE! (Winners chosen this weekend) So head over there NOW!!!!!!
AND there is a $50 KNK USA gift certificate from Team KnK, too! Can you believe it? All winner will be random so make sure you get those comments posted! We will pick winners Monday.
AND…we aren’t done yet! Make sure you head over to the Team KNK blog for the Grim Reaper, Frankenstein, AND Dragon Eye freebie file all week long, too!
Here it is without the back lighting. Cool, huh? Now…you will see that it looks a bit rough when she peeled it. That is okay. Michele was going for this look BUT you can sand it away with your Sand It Gadget to smooth it out. It really is about which look you prefer.
And the reverse image:
Remember to comment all week long for a chance to WIN!