Foxes - you either love 'em or hate 'em, depending on whether you are looking at them from the point of view of a gardener/livestock owner or as somebody who appreciates the beauty of wildlife. I think I love 'em and hate 'em in equal measures!
Anyway, I got this set of X-cut Build-a-Scene dies back in the autumn and the pack was still unopened (I have another set still to open), so I decided to have a play using the Grand Calibur. A delve into my bits box produced lots of scraps of green card, none of which was big enough to make the A5 card the dies are intended for, so I wiggled and juggled and managed to cut the scene from 14.5 cm square card without actually breaking the edge of the outer one (although it was a close run thing as you can see from the tiny bump in the middle of the bottom)
Because I didn't want it to look as if I'd just cut the scene and plonked it on the card (always a danger when the dies do all the hard work), I added some stamped leafery and a bit of inky edging to the front layer, making it into a proper frame to the design rather than just a top layer.
I'm joining in with Pixies Snippets Playground as everything but the base card is cut from snippets
NBUS at DJ Kard Kreations with my previously unopened pack of dies
Scenic at Make My Monday
Freeze Frame at Cuttlebug Mania