Friday, September 8, 2017

No-Stamping Cards in 2 Ways

Hello everyone... Helen is here today.
Thank Goodness Is Friday :) I hope you all have a fabulous week so far.
Today I have 2 cards with no-stamping in 2 ways using the new Elegant Stitched Dot Edge Dies, Pop up Petals Die Set, and Grateful {DIE}alogue Word Die.

I fall in love with these die sets I used on these cards. The faux stitches give the petals and edge die cut some texture.

First, I added the polka dots patterned papers on 2 white card bases that I created from 8.5" x 11" - 110 lbs white heavy weight cardstock.

I cut the stripes patterned paper with the Elegant Stitched Dot Edge Dies. I put the top die cut on one card, and the bottom die cut on the other one with adhesive.

I cut out the flowers from Pop up Petals Die Set with matching yellow and navy blue cardstocks. I used small round tool, I curled up the petals of each flower. Then I added them on the card with some liquid adhesive and 3D foam tape.

And then I die cut the Grateful {DIE}alogue Word Die out of heavy white cardstock 4 times. Then then I stacked 2 die cuts to create thicker word diecut. I added each of them on each card, overlapping with the big flower with 3D foam tape.

With one sketch, you can create 2 cards, only with flip or twist it around :)

I hope you all are inspired with the team projects this week. Thank you for stopping by today and wish you all a fabulous weekend!

A Jillian Vance Designs product used:

Pop Up Petals Die Set

Elegant Stitched Dot Edge Die Set

Other products used:
Heavy Weight White Cardstock 110 lbs
Stripes & Polkadots Patterned Papers
Yellow Cardstock
Navy Blue Cardstock
3D Foam Tape
Liquid Adhesive
Permanent Adhesive Runner
Fiskar Paper Trimmer
WRMK Evolution Advanced Diecutting Machine

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Rosemary said...

both cards are so pretty, helen!!

Helen Gullett said...

Thank you, Rosemary!

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

Gorgeous cards !! They're fresh, the patterned papers are perfectly paired and the flowers are adorable ! Great inspiration, thanks !