Aug 18, 2017

It's written in the Stars

Good morning!  Alicia with you today.  I have wanted to play more with this die since I purchased it and I finally got a chance.  When I first experimented with it, I was trying different papers and piecing it back together, however, I was not really happy with the results.  This time I sat down and decided to cut my Hippie Heroine out of a vanilla paper and color her.  I am much happier with the results.  I did use paper behind the cut since her hair had some empty space.  I liked the gold paper I used for the stars to give her "golden" highlights.

I stamped and embossed my sentiment then cut it out using the  Frantic Stamper Stitched Corner cut tag dies.

I layered my beauty on some starry paper and added a few of the star die cuts also from the Cheery Lynn Hippie Heroine die set.

Dies R Us products:
Cheery Lynn Designs - Dies - Hippie Heroine
Cheery Lynn Hippie Heroine dies
Frantic Stamper - Dies - Stitched Corner-cut Tags
Frantic Stamper Stitched Corner cut tag

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  1. This is gorgeous,love what you have done

  2. Wonderful Alicia! Dies like this always seem to stump me so it's great to see it in use. You did a fabulous job using this die!

  3. Awesome inspiration using these dies Alicia! Beautiful!

  4. I am with Birgit. These dies kind of stump me too, so I avoid. Thanks for the tip on the coloring, I think I could do,this that way.

  5. This is spectacular, Alicia! I really like the green background. Perfect sentiment for the design!

  6. Love the wonderful dies used!!Gorgeous!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Crafting with Creative M

  7. Beautiful card. I too, looked at these dies and although I thought they were beautiful I had no idea as to how I would use them. Thank you for the inspiration. Hugs


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