Jul 8, 2017

On Your Christening Day

Hello and welcome back, Dies R Us friends. It's Lena here to share a card with you that I made for my grandson's Christening. Today, I'm going to show you how I use some of my dies to make embellishments to add to stamped images ...

As you can see above, I used several different dies to enhance my digital image. I started by using the Pinpoint Scalloped Circles from Memory Box and made two mats in different sizes - one for the digi image and the other for the greeting.  Then I cut out one of the sprigs from the Spellbinder's Sprigs die set, to create a green leafy base for my flowers.  Next, I cut and used two of  the branches from the Flourishes and Branches die set by Elizabeth Crafts.  I added tiny gems to these two little branches to add a little more interest and a bit of sparkle.  And there you have it ~ just by using a few dies here and there, you can create your own embellishments and mats to make your images stand out and bring colour into your design.

Here is a quick look at the dies I used and where you can find them on the Dies R Us store. 

Image result for pinpoint scalloped circles - memory box

I hope my post has inspired you to use your dies to add embellishments to your cards. Now it's your turn to come play along at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog for your chance to win a gift voucher to the Dies R Us Store.  A new challenge begins on the first and fifteenth of every month.  Be sure to Follow Us on Facebook too. 

Till next time,
Crafty hugs,


  1. This is beautiful,fabulous die and design.xxx

  2. Your card is as sweet as can be!

  3. Awe ... what a precious creation! Thanks for wonderful inspiration using these dies and congrats again on your new grandson!

  4. What a happy time, and your card will celebrate the new grandson in every happy way.

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