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You Are Blessed

Hey fellow crafters, Cheryl, here today. I have a card to share using some of Kat’s dies in different ways. So, let’s get started.

To begin, I took one of the new border dies and cut a bunch. I then arranged them on an ivory colored piece of cardstock, rotating them to create a fun pattern. I filled the entire piece this way. Then I took a rectangle die and cut that entire piece with pretty stitching all around.

I then chose three colors of cardstock and die cut two sizes of the scalloped circles and inked the edges. I wanted to create flowers using these die cuts and this is how I did it. Cut a wedge out of each, add some liquid glue, overlap the edges, and hold till dry.

I then used hot glue to add the smaller flower to the center of the larger one. After doing them all, I added liquid glue and tiny glass beads to create flower centers. For the smaller blue flower, I kept one die cut as is and only cupped one, and then glued it to the flat one.

To create the leaves, I used a stencil and Distress Oxide Ink and ink blended the leaf pattern. I then used scissors and fussy cut a small piece to get the leaves for the flowers. I arranged them on the card panel and glued with liquid glue. I then used hot glue again and placed the flowers over the leaves.

I used one of Kat’s word dies and cut four, stacked them using liquid glue to create the sentiment. I chose a stamp set to get the sub-sentiment, “You are”, and stamped in black and cut a flag end. I added foam tape and arranged both to the card panel and adhered in place. I finished off the “Blessed” by putting Glossy Accents on top.

I added some liquid Nuvo drops and a few black sequins to finish of the panel. I then added the entire piece to an A2 card base. I hope my project gives you some ideas to use your dies in a little different way. Obviously, this probably isn’t a card you would be able to mail, unless in a small box or in a box with the gift. Or hand deliver with some treats or a present. You could also create some of these flowers using the larger dies and create a home decor piece and frame it to hang.

Here’s the products I used with links to Kathleen’s store to do some shopping. Also, use the code Cheryl10 to get 10% off your order.

KatScrappiness

Waves Border Dies

Stitched Fancy Scalloped Circle Dies

Double Stitched Rectangle Dies

Blessed Brush Script Word Die

Llama Tell You Stamp Set

Ballet Recital Sequin Mix

Crystal Katana Tool

Happy Crafting, everyone! Thanks for coming by.

 

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  • Reply margessw

    Absolutely lovely !!

    09/20/2017 at 12:54 PM
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