Here’s the NEW Beautiful Balloon die pieced and inlaid with the Puffy Clouds dies… I just love this look and I had so much fun creating it! After everything was pieced in, I stamped parts of the happy hello combo stamp with the Stamp a ma jig. Love the embossing detail in the balloon!
Hello is die cut out of the card front also and another white hello die cut inserted. Imagine the ‘hello’ as part of the cloud formation. : )
This truly is a one layer card.
And another card…
*For this card I cut the Wildflower Corner two times.
*Glued one complete cut in the bottom left corner. (I use Tombow mono multi glue, little dots here and there)
*Glued the other corner in pieces to the top right corner, right side and top left corner.
*Die cut the thanks Cloud but just used the word. I cut my thin mounting squares into narrow strips.
*die cut the Asti Butterfly wings directly in the card front…it doesn’t cut completely…it stays connected at the body.
*die cut the Swirl Butterfly, glue on top of the Asti butterfly
*Memory Box White and Lagoon A-2 Notecards
A pretty CAS card that could be used for several occasions!
Here’s another take with the Wildflower Corner die cut in the front panel of the card twice… then cut again twice from white card-stock and inlaid into the holes you cut in the front of the card.
Version 1…that I gave away…
Version 2… I made it again this a.m. so I’d have one but I didn’t look at my photo first! The corners are in different corners! pout.
I don’t think I’ll make it again today anyway but I like the corner placement on the first card the best. The second one I did a better job of keeping track of all the little center dots! lol
I have a few tips that make this go easier… thinking video… let me know if you get this die and need help… so hard to explain with words.
In the post before this one… I list the steps I used to inlaying die cuts.
Well back to the die cutting table and stamping desk! Have a great week stamping friends and I’ll be back with something sometime! : ) Thanks for all your comments and encouraging words! They always help me keep motivated! ttul!
Links to the Supplies I used…