Fussy cutting is such a funny name for a basic technique! But it does make sense when you see it in action. It's a way of precision trimming around an image or a sentiment by moving the paper instead of your scissors. I always used to just eyeball how close to make my trimming, but Ashley Cannon-Newell showed us such a great trick: to first do some tracing with pencil around the area to be trimmed. So simple! And it makes the process of fussy cutting much easier. I used this process on the "Thanks" and paired it with an equally bold rose which was heat embossed in white and colored with a variety of yellow/gold toned Copic pens.
Sentiment: PTI Thanks All Ways
Image: PTI Rose