Feb 19, 2018

Stained Glass Inlay



Hello! Welcome to another Dies R Us Inspiration blog post.
It's Judy here with you, and today I have another inspiration for you. I decided to play with one of the stained glass dies from Tutti Designs. Here is my card:
And here's how I made it:
First I cut the die out 4 times. Once in white, and three times in black. I layered them all together to give a nice dimension.
I attached the die cuts onto a polka dotted vellum panel.

Then I set about cutting out all the birds and leaves in different colors. Mind you, these are teeny TINY pieces. I was beginning to wonder what I had gotten myself into.


Now comes the challenge. inlaying all those little pieces parts into the correct spaces. This is NOT for the faint of heart. If you don't have patience, I DO NOT recommend this technique. Was it worth it? I say yes, and I will be doing it again.....but not for awhile.


Next I cut myself a little sweet frame from the  Waffle Flower Lacy Layers 2 Die set.


Finally it was time to put it all together......whew!!!!

I love all the dimension this card has. I'm very happy with the result!

Here are the dies I used:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XM33DkY4yDw 
 Image result for tutti designs bird stained glass die

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you like these awesome die sets as much as I do!! And do give the inlay technique a try. You don't have to do something as intricate as I did. Take a look at your dies and see what you have!
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7 comments:

  1. WOW! I love all of that dimension and the gorgeous stained glass art! Looks like something you could make in your stained glass studio! A lot of work, BUT such a big payoff! This is gorgeous, thank you for your patience!

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  2. What gorgeous stained glass! you did an amazing job Judy!

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  3. GORGEOUS!! I know it was a bit time consuming but so worth it! Absolutely gorgeous creation Judy! Thanks for inspiring us with this beauty!

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  4. Beautiful! Love the soft colours you used.

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  5. Judy, gorgeous job with this stained glass die! so pretty!

    Alicia

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