Jan 12, 2017

You are stronger than you think

Hi, Alicia blogging today.  I created a card using the positive and negative of the die cut.  I love it when you can even use the scraps!  I did not use the actual paper but used the negative piece to create a stencil. First I covered the card base with blended inks.  Next I used the stencil to make a mountain shadow.  Then stamped the sentiment before adding the die cuts.


I used a couple of different specialty papers for the die cuts since the rest of my card was so simple.  Here's how I did it:
  1. Cut the pieces of the die out twice.  This die has two pieces which will make 4 total.
  2. Assemble two sets then cut one set to nestle behind the first set.
  3. Adhere the first set in your desired place.
  4. Adhere second set with pop dots for drama.




Dies R Us product:

Image result for Yvonne-Creations--Dies--Snow-Mountain


Thanks so much for stopping by today!



8 comments:

  1. What a great idea to use the die as a stencil for the shadow, which looks great by the way. Beautiful!

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  2. What a beautiful encouraging card! Great way to use the die as a stencil. Clever and uplifting!!

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  3. WOW great job of using that die Alicia! Awesome inspiration and sure to bring comfort to the recipient! Well done!

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  4. That is awesome, fantastic die to use with that sentiment, love the shadow and background!

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  5. What a beautiful card. I love the sentiment, very inspirational.

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  6. Super card. Love the die and the sentiment together. A great scene you have created.

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  7. This is awesome, just love how you used the die, especially the shadow effect. Nicely done

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  8. thanks ladies! I sent this to a friend currently battling cancer.

    Alicia

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