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Hey StampTV fans! We've got two brand new technique episodes up on the main page and one of this week's techniques is using nestabilities in your cuttlebug!

Joanne challenged you to make a no-nestabilities card for her Potluck challenge on Friday. Well, pull the nesties back out because today's challenge is to make card using Nestabilities.

Whether you use them for your focal image, your greeting or any type of embellishment or flourish, as long as you've used them somewhere, you qualify for the challenge.

We ask that you make and upload a brand new card for this challenge and if you use Gina K. Designs stamps, you get your name in the pot twice!

Post your card in the gallery using key/tag word- STVTC5.

You have until next Tuesday night at 8:00 PM to upload your challenge card. Next Wednesday, I will announce the randomly chosen winner from all who played along and that winner will receive a stamp set of their choice valued at $24.95 or less!

Here is my project for this challenge.
Have fun and thanks so much for playing!


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Beautiful card Gina! I love the double mat!
gorgeous card

I am enjoying myself make all these challenges

looking forward looking at all of them
Another great card and video! I always was curious about nestabilities, didn't know a thing about them! Now I must have these in my collection of stamping stuff (will you be stocking them)! You do such a great job here on stampTV! I just LOVE Wednesdays! Thank you for making them so easy that even a simple minded person like me can grasp it!
I love the double matting on this card!! Okeedokee.........out come the Nesties (not that they're ever too far!! LOL) and I'm gonna attempt the embossing part!!!
Love your challenges! I got my Sweet Pea set today. I just ordered it Friday after the release and got it already. Wow!! I'm going to use it in this challenge.
I'm like T. Joy, I didn't think about leaving the B plate on the bottom and the B or C on top for easier changing. Duh! Love your site Gina and I ,too, look forward to Wednesdays.
Gina Where were you a few months ago when I first got my Cuttlebug??? I did a lot fo research in SCS and other forums to figure out how to use it with my nesties! Your video was absolutely clear as a bell and any beginning Nestie user will understand it perfectly from the outset. Great job and what a fun challenge coming up! I love your double mat nestie look but (so far) I only have ONE set of plain ovals and ONE set of scalloped large ovals (same with all my other shapes too - only have one plain, one scalloped of each shape so far) - but I used my nesties all the time.

QUESTION - at what point do we need to replace our B plates? I used mine - both sides and they are really, really "cut up" but they still work so I don't know at what point I have to start new ones. Any tips there?
Thanks,
I used the small image from the Sweet Pea set. Here is mine.Here is Mine.. Thanks for the chance to win. Janice
Here is a card I made with nesties. I used last weeks sketch challenge layout.

Elegant Flowers
Pam, I replace my b plates when I start to see the cut lines from the plate on my cardstock or of course if it breaks
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I try to use the same b plate on the bottom so all the cuts go into that one. When the bottom one needs to be changed, I will move the b plate I had been using on the top of the sandwich to the bottom and use a new b plate for the top of the sandwich. I found by doing this, I do not have to buy new b plates as often since they come two to a package and I am only using 1 new b plate at a time.

Stampin Pam said:
Gina Where were you a few months ago when I first got my Cuttlebug??? I did a lot fo research in SCS and other forums to figure out how to use it with my nesties! Your video was absolutely clear as a bell and any beginning Nestie user will understand it perfectly from the outset. Great job and what a fun challenge coming up! I love your double mat nestie look but (so far) I only have ONE set of plain ovals and ONE set of scalloped large ovals (same with all my other shapes too - only have one plain, one scalloped of each shape so far) - but I used my nesties all the time.

QUESTION - at what point do we need to replace our B plates? I used mine - both sides and they are really, really "cut up" but they still work so I don't know at what point I have to start new ones. Any tips there?
Thanks,
Very pretty card!

Janice said:
I used the small image from the Sweet Pea set. Here is mine.Here is Mine.. Thanks for the chance to win. Janice
This is great Gina! I just got my first set of nesties and haven't even used them yet! Your tutorial was great!
I agree with you the video was so clear and now it is so easy to use

these are fun to work with but boy ar they ever expensive I have thre sets but when I saw the oval I think I will go in my piggy bank to go and get them hi hi

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