I have a two-fer for you today - very similar techniques but with different dies.
Here's the first one -
Coconut White Card in half. I place the outer die from the Spellbinders Quatrafoil Panel Die Set with one of the long cutting edges outside of the fold and ran it through the Spellbinders Platinum. I then cut both dies together out of Duck Egg Blue Card and again out of Aqua Card. I kept the little fall away flowers from both cuts. For this card I used the Duck Egg Die Cut and the Aqua fall away flowers (the Aqua Die Cut and the Duck Egg Fall away flowers can be used on another card).
I popped a piece of Creative Expressions Double Sided Self Adhesive Sheet onto Coconut White Card can then cut the outer die only. I removed the other backing piece and added my Duck Egg Die Cut. I popped all my Aqua fall away flowers in place and then rubbed CS Diamond Sprinkles all over the remaining gaps.
Clear Perfect Medium and embossed with CS Silver Shine Detail Embossing Powder. I cut it out using Spellbinders Decorative Swallowtail Tags.
Here's the second card -
Spellbinder Swirl Stripe Panel Die Set. I cut the 2 dies together out of Coconut White Card.
I misted a piece of Coconut White Card with CS Rich Gold Mister. Once dry, I cut the outer die from it and glued my decorative panel on top.
I stamped the sentiment from the Crearive Expressions Bold Flourish Wedding Stationery Set onto Coconut White Card using Clear Perfect Medium and embossed with CS Olympic Gold Lustre Embossing Powder. I cut it out using Spellbinders Decorative Swallowtail Tags and trimmed off the decorative section of it. I added a White Craft Consortium Resin Flower.
Easy peasy, teeny cards. Change the sentiment to suit any occasion.
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Morning Julia, two fabulous cards great idea.ReplyDelete
Just brilliant Thank you.
Take care and have fun Kitty.
Hi Julia. Two great cards, thanks for the inspiration. Sue xReplyDelete
Morning Julia, wonderful cards and what a fantastic technique too.ReplyDelete
Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx
Happy Sunday - with two lovely cards both so different using striplet dies and a great technique. Thanks for sharing!!!
Love and crafty hugs
Tina T xxxx
Beautiful cards and dies xxhazelReplyDelete
Both the cards look great Julia.ReplyDelete
Two beautiful cards thanks tracyw x
Two great cards.
I love these cards Julia as you say easy and when you do cards for charity a great help thank youReplyDelete
Live June Horrocks xxxxx
Great idea for all those invites, lovely! Thank you for sharing X X X
Hi Julia. Great easy cards, but so effective. SueL xReplyDelete
Good morning Julia today's cards are gorgeous. They are brilliant for batch making like you have to do for wedding stationery. Have a great day today. Take care. Hugs JackieReplyDelete
Two great cards, easy for batch making but still look special.ReplyDelete
Two cards good for a man.
These are both great, Julia.ReplyDelete
Two great cards julia x I love the duck egg and aqua colours they are gorgeous xReplyDelete
Theresa w x
Two beautiful cards Julia and such lovely colors )ReplyDelete
Hi Julia, 2 really fabulous cards, love the colours used on both. Great for wedding stationary. Have a great Sunday all. BxReplyDelete
Two very pretty cards. Love both colours on them
You could quite easily make these cards look manly by changing the colours etc. Really versatile dies.ReplyDelete
What a clever use of these dies - beautiful invites etc.ReplyDelete
Great idea Julia! Having small cards at the ready is always useful! Mine are usually small square ones! Thanks for making me think of another shape! Hope you are enjoying this lovely weather! Myra xReplyDelete
Good Afternoon Julia, wow two beautiful little cards for invites or thank yous love the design of them both and the colour choice. hugs ShirleyxxxxReplyDelete
Lovely Cards, not to fussy. Very economically, using all the pieces and the endless colour combinations sound fun. Thanks for sharing.
Two lovely straightforward cards that suggest endless possibilities for colour combinations (depending on our card stock supplies of course!!!!!). There are times when we want something uncomplicated but very attractive and these fit the bill.ReplyDelete
Love cards Julia and such a good idea. Thank you for sharing this with us.ReplyDelete
Two very effective cards I must remember to use sticky sheets when I want to use fall out pieces I faff about with CS glue different effect I know as you aren't left with any sticky spaces to cover but it is faffy and more time consuming I thinkReplyDelete
These are both really pretty, love the colours. Pat xReplyDelete
Evening Julia. Two lovely simple cards. Pretty colours too. XReplyDelete
Two beautiful cards in lovely colours.
Thanks for sharing,