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Happily Every After

December 22, 2022

Today’s card uses the Artisan Additions Dies which I showcased in my Facebook Live this week. These dies can be found in the current Annual Catalogue and are stand alone dies in that they do not co-ordinate specifically with any stamp set. This means that you can use these dies with any stamps you might currently own. For today’s card, I cut the lower left and top right hand corner of a piece of Basic Gray card using the floral die from the Artisan Additions Dies. I attached the Basic Grey panel to Basic White card (the same size as the Basic Gray panel) before attaching the whole piece to scored and folded Sweet Sorbet A4 card.

I die cut Basic White card twice using the floral die from the Artisan Additions Dies. I coloured each of the Basic White die cuts using Dark Sweet Sorbet and Dark Parakeet Party Stampin’ Blends. After colouring I attached each of the Basic White die cuts inside the space on the Basic Gray panel.

I stamped the greeting from the Celebrating You stamp set onto Basic White card using Sweet Sorbet ink and cut it out using one of the Layering Circle Dies. I attached the greeting to a Sweet Sorbet scalloped circle cut using the same dies. I attached some of the Sweet Sorbet 1/8″ Metallic Woven Ribbon to the back of the greeting panel before attaching it to the card front using dimensionals. To decorate the inside of the card, I cut another floral die from Basic White card and coloured it as before. The die cut is attached to the lower left hand corner of Basic White card. These dies are so much fun and you are only limited by your imagination as to what you can create using them. I would love to know what you think.

Bye for now,

Kris

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