Apr 17, 2018

Just A Note

Hello all you ‘die’ hard crafters!  This is Donna and I’m so excited to be a part of the Dies R Us team.  I thought I’d share a CAS (Clean and Simple) card with you today using some very basic tools.  You can view all the products I used here.

Here are the items I used for this card.  In depth explanation follows.

To begin, you will need a white base card stock piece measuring 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 and folded in half to make an A2 size card.  Next you will need a piece of green card stock cut at 4 x 5-1/4 and another white piece cut at 3-3/4 x 5.  

Die cut the Small Antilles Left hand corner die in two colors:  one in green and the other blue.

Carefully snip the heads off the flowers from the blue die cut piece.  Match up the flower heads onto the green Antilles die cut and glue in place.  (Note:  I also went in afterwards and cut the teeny little buds as well - see final project below)

Run the small white piece through your embossing folder.  Using your Ken Oliver Stick It sheets, adhere your flower to the lower left corner of your embossed piece and your sentiment where desired on card.

If desired, you can add some Clear Wink of Stella to your flowers.  Adhere all your layers for your final project.

So hop on over to the Dies R Us website to see the list of products used that you can easily purchase.

Here are the supplies used:

Stick-It Adhesive Sheets 8

Snowfall Embossing folder by Taylored Expressions
Die Cutting machine
Wink of Stella

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