More Layers of Die-cutting

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Hi there! Today I’m sharing a pair of cards that use a lot of die cut layering, similar to THESE cards I shared awhile back.

Card Deets – Birthday Wishes Card

For the first card, I die cut the Bold Graphic Confetti background die from Neenah cardstock, and then die cut it with a Rectangle Infinity die. I adhered this to the card base.

For the flowers, from Color Layering Fuchsia, I stamped them Soft Vanilla, Fresh Peach and Pale Tomato, and the vine was stamped in Soft Granite. After stamping, I die cut everything, and arranged them on the card base.

Some pearls and a silver sparkle embossed sentiment, from Birthday Hugs and Kisses, finished off the card.

Card Deets – Prayers Card

For the second card, I die cut the background with the same Bold Graphic Confetti die, and then trimmed off the sides to create a panel. I adhered this to the card base.

I repeated the same flower and vine stamping and die-cutting pattern as I did with the first card. For the sentiment I die cut “prayers” several times from gray cardstock and adhered them together to create some dimension. I stamped the accompanying sentiment in silver on black cardstock.

Thanks so much for stopping in today and God bless!

SUPPLIES

Cardstock: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White
Stamps: Hero Arts Color Layering FuchsiaBirthday Hugs and Kisses and Prayers Stamp & Cut
Ink: Hero Arts Soft Vanilla, Fresh PeachPale Tomato and Soft Granite
Other: Hero Arts silver sparkle embossing powder

Tools: Cuttlebug, Embossing Gun, Hero Arts Bold Graphic Confetti die, Rectangle Infinity dies and Color Layering Fuchsia dies

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