I have the final card to share with you today. I shared three card samples at my recent virtual Stampin’ Up! party to inspire the ladies to create their own card using the Meadow Dies from Stampin’ Up!. Be sure to take a look at the other cards I shared using flower dies for inspiration HERE and HERE.
What is wonderful about this card is that its the left over background white card I used to cut the dies from the Meadow Dies and I simply layered a gingham designer series paper behind it and used the die cuts on the other cards shared in my previous blog posts (see the links above).
When I was die cutting the Meadow Dies, I cut an A5 piece of whisper white cardstock and lined up all teh flower dies in a line close together and ran it through the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss. Not only does this save time as you get all the flower die cuts with one pass through the die cutting machine but it means I can use the die cut pieces on another card and what is left (the relief) on this card.
When deciding what portion of the A5 landscape piece to use. Get width measurement you need for your card and decide which part will work best when cut to the right size. If you are super clever you can get two layers for separate cards with the relief piece.
I did die cut the label and butterfly from a scrap of whisper white cardstock and layered them onto the card front and added a dimensional or two.
Simple and a great way to use the left over pieces when die cutting.
I hope you enjoyed all three cards shared over the last week. If you’d like to shop Stampin’ Up! products and are based in Europe, please visit my online shop and enter the monthly hostess code when shopping with me. If you’d like to know more about shopping with me click HERE.
I have listed al the products I have used below. You can click any image to go to that item in my online shop.
Thanks for stopping by, have a great week!