Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Fun with Die Cuts...

Hi again!  I don't have much to say today, just a few more cards to show as we get to the bottom of the card basket!  Whew, right!?

Sometimes I just like to die cut a bunch of shapes from a variety of mediums, vellum, gold glitter paper, chipboard, and plain old printer paper!  Then they sit on my table just waiting for a chance to get picked up and used.  Which was the case for most of these.  Also, I needed a whack of sympathy cards.

This first card was done when I was playing with foiling and all that magic!!  The hello was die cut from adhesive foam and foiled, and the butterfly was entirely covered with Zig 2-way adhesive, left to dry and then foiled.



A stenciled background and some plain chipboard on top.


Oh yeah!  Dug to the bottom of the bowl and found that old peel-off sticker on some chipboard and decided it needed to go on a card!


Well lookie here.  A practice piece of Inkagold and silver UTEE and a vellum die cut!


More watercolor and die cutting fun!



That green background is 2 colors of Sharpie marker colored on vellum.


A bunch of random miscellany come happily together!  And what is not improved by a polka dotted feather??


Watercolor stripes and feathers.



Well so much for being of few words today!  Sorry 'bout that.  But thanks for stopping by again today!!

If there are any specific dies you're wondering about, leave me a comment and I'll respond!



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