Mar 26, 2018

Thinking of You

Hello friends, it's Sandy Diller here with you today and I am excited to share some of the dies from the latest release at Elizabeth Craft Designs and available from Dies R Us.  This card was fun and easy because the die does all the work for you.  So let's get started.

I am using the Lake Scene die set and White Soft Finish Cardstock.

Using the Lake Scene die set - cut one scene and one of the postage stamp frame.
Using a low tack tape, tape the background down making a matching edge all the way around.
Using ink and blending tool, add color to background.  Distress Oxide Inks were used here, Broken China and Wilted Violet.

Carefully remove tape and place top layer on the colored layer using glue.

This is a 6" X 6" top fold card.  Cut coordinating cardstock 12" X 6" and score in center.
Cut square for the inside of card.
Using the Stitched  Fishtail Banners die set - cut one banner.
Using the Stitched Rectangles die set - cut one rectangle.
Using the Thinking of You die set - cut words.
Assemble inside of card as shown below.

Add colored panel to card front.

I hope you have enjoyed our little adventure to the lake and you have been inspired to try it.

Have a creative week,

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  1. Such a lovely card Sandy! The blended background is perfect with this die!

  2. WOW! That is one amazing die and card!

  3. AWESOME! Simply beautiful scene you have created Sandy! Love it!! The colors are so pretty! Well done!!! Thanks for amazing inspiration!

  4. Oh wow, this is spectacular!!!! I have never seen that die, will have to search for it. Thanks for the inspiration!

  5. This is stunning! Love the beautiful card and the gorgeous background you created. So peaceful! I need some of that in my life right now :-)

  6. divine background! love how the white die pops on it!



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