Aug 20, 2021

Bright and bold thank you!

Hello, crafty Dies R Us fans! Leslie here from Love To Scrap 2 and I’m thrilled to be back on the blog today with another awesome DT inspiration project! I created a clean and simple thank you card featuring the Birch Press Design Petal Triangle Layer Set that I used in a very bright and bold manner with a red, orange and yellow color combo! It's extremely rare that I don't have some white in my cards and this one has absolutely no white whatsoever! 

This is a CAS design so let's do it up!

1. Using the Birch Press Design Petal Triangle Layer Set, die cut the layers from yellow, orange and red cardstock, and adhere them together.


2. Cut a standard A2 size side-folding card base and an inside embellishing strip from red cardstock, front and inside layering panels as well as an inside embellishing strip from yellow cardstock, and an inside layering panel and embellishing strip from orange cardstock. 

3. Adhere the front yellow layering panel to the red cardstock base. Adhere the red, yellow and orange embellishing strips to the yellow inside layering panel, then adhere the panel to the orange cardstock layer.

4. Adhere the Petal Triangle focal to the front of the card and stamp the sentiment at an angle in orange ink. Stamp the inside sentiment on the inside panel.

5. Add some red gemstones to finish the front. Adhere the inside panel to the inside of the card base, and your lovely bold and bright thank you card is complete! ;)


Dies R Us products used:
Birch Press Design Petal Triangle Layer Set

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