I needed to make a couple of birthday cards and I pulled out a Sizzix by Tim Holtz die set that I have been meaning to use: Wildflower Stems #1.
I used one of the 5 dies from this set and cut it out of a panel of white cardstock. I had already cut the panel with the Greetery Crimped Frame die. I mounted it onto a panel on which I had blended Distress Inks in Squeezed Lemonade, Carved Pumpkin, and Saltwater Taffy.
I stamped the front panel with one of my favorite birthday sentiments from Poppy Stamps, and I flicked gold watercolor paint onto the panel at the end.
These cards were just a really simple use of this die, but I loved how they turned out. I plan to do more with this die set in the future.
Sizzix 664163 Wildflower Stems #1 Die Set
The Greetery GD-M-016 Crimped Frame Die
Poppy Stamps CL490 Greeting Basics
Distress Inks: Squeezed Lemonade,
Carved Pumpkin, Saltwater Taffy
JudiKins Opaque White embossing powder
Sakura Poster Color Gold Paint
Neenah Solar White 80# & 110# cardstock
Paper Accents Black Textured cardstock
Lovely! I have dies like that but never seem to get around to using them this way. It's great when you can get two cards with one pass of the die cutter. So, do you have a stack of card stock already cut with that crimping die? LOLReplyDelete
LOL I might have a few already cut. Thanks Laura; it was great seeing you today.Delete