Wednesday, January 18, 2017

love you...

Hello!!! Hope your week is going well!!  Rosemary here on the blog today with another Valentine.  This one is a little time consuming, but I think worth it in the end.
As I was thinking about what I would make I remembered the beautiful Love Birds die that I got last year and decided that I would use that for my card.  But... what to do... what to do?? I finally settled on the design you see.  I die cut the word multiple times from white cardstock and then three times from a Valentine's day themed patterned paper.   To adhere the words to my white cardstock panel I used spray adhesive.  It works like a charm!   The patterned paper is thinner than the cardstock so I stacked that one three high so it would be the same height as the cardstock words.  Once everything way laid out and adhered I die cut the panel with the largest Stitched Dot Rectangle die.  The "you" is from the Diamond in the Rough stamp set and was stamped in gray ink, trimmed out and adhered with foam dimensionals.  Adhered the panel to a red cardstock base and I was done.  Love how it turned out!  I'm going to add this to the current CASology challenge of cut as it fit perfectly with the challenge!
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11 comments:

Lisa Lara said...

I love how you used the word die for the background and one is red to pop Rosi!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Fab design with the word die repeated for your background, Rosemary - love it!!

Greta said...

Absolutely fabulous way to use that die, Rosemary! Totally love this!

Celeste Goff said...

This is just so very pretty! Love the embossed background and that awesome diecut!

Lisa Elton said...

Wow Rosemary, what a great way to make that lovely die shine! This is so PRETTY!!

Helen Gullett said...

Wow that is a great way of using the die cut to build the background! Love this!

Judy1223 said...

Now that is a cool way to use a die cut sentiment! Love this, Rosemary! Thanks for joining in the fun at CASology!

Anita in France said...

Fabulous use of the die cut to create the faux embossing, Rosemary ... delicious white on white texture ... and I love the pop of red! Hugs, Anita :)

Jacquie Southas said...

Beautiful use of the die cut as both a design element & sentiment! Thanks for playing along wth us at CASology this week!

hazelspaperdesigns said...

It may have been time-consuming, but the outcome was definitely worth it! Beautiful white-on-white texture with the perfect pop of red! Love it, Rosemary! Thanks so much for joining us at CASology this week!

Melissa said...

Very pretty way to use die cuts!!! Love it!
Thanks so much for joining us over at CASology! :)