Hi there! Jenn here today sharing a card using some fun techniques with the amazing Tutti Designs Dies!
Do you ever find yourself needing a simple, elegant card to give? You still want pretty but don't have an abundance of time?
Today I am sharing a card that fits these needs perfectly!
The following dies were used:
Using the dies creates perfectly aligned squares and adds that fun dotted edge touch!
Supplies needed for this card:
Thank You stamp (any sentiment can be used)
Black archival ink pad
White ink pad
White embossing powder
Start by stamping the butterfly three times in black onto white cardstock. Place the three stamped images onto die cutting plate and tape the three square dies as shown in the picture below. Run through die cutting machine.
Create a 5" X 5" card base using white cardstock (5" X 10" scored and burnished at 5")
Use the largest dotted square die to cut a square from pink cardstock.
Cut a 4 1/2" X 4 1/2" square from black cardstock.
For the inside:
Cut a 4 1/2" X 4 1/2" square from pink cardstock.
Cut a 4" X 4" square from white cardstock.
Layer the pink and white squares on the inside using adhesive runner.
For the front, adhere the black cut out square. Add strips from scrap of white and then black on top. Next, adhere the largest stamped butterfly square onto the pink die cut dotted square and then on the front of the card. Use foam adhesive dots or squares to layer the other two butterfly die cuts one on top of the other to create the layered image. Stamp sentiment in white ink onto a scrap of black cardstock. Coat with white embossing powder, let dry and then add to the card front using foam adhesive squares or dots.
Now you have a simple, elegant, card!
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Until Next Thursday, and always, stay crafty!!
Very pretty, Jenn! What a great color combination and fun technique.ReplyDelete
Well aren't you the clever one! This is beautiful Jenn! Thanks for instruction & inspiration ... well done!!!ReplyDelete