Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Die Cutting Paper: Flip-its and Flowers... Oh My!

I love how easy it is to put a card together when die cutting paper with Flip-its dies. One of my favorite things to do is use a two sided paper. It always looks like you've spent hours piecing all the layers together when in fact it's only a few minutes. This was a 15 minute project even with the fancy flower on the front!

Here is the inside of my card:

die cutting
Begin by die cutting a piece of two sided paper with the Flip -its Diamond die.

With a black pen doodle around the diamond and outside edge on both sides of your card. Yep... I'm a doodler!

Sponge the edge of your card (both sides) and a strip of patterned paper. Attach paper to the inside of your card. Another great thing about Flip-its die cards is that you can hit your scrap paper pile.... you won't need much to embellish your cards.

Stamp and die cut the inside sentiment with 667919 Word  & Tags Framelits/Stamp set  (love those cute label Framelit dies!) and attach to your card.

Now to make the fun flower!   Die cut 3 blue and three green flowers with the Flower Layers & Center  die. Sponge the edges with Chocolate ink.

Take each petal at pinch it just a bit to add some shape to the flowers.

Assemble your flower with foam tape alternating the colored paper from largest to smallest petals. Add a cute button and some twine to the center.

To finish off the inside of my card I added a little die cut flower (from  667919 Word  & Tags Framelits/Stamp set) to my sentiment and stamped some flowers in Sky ink along the edge of my patterned paper. I added some pearls for a little bling. I added a strip of lace to the other edge to the other edge.


die cutting supplies


Patterened Paper: The Paper Loft- Easy Breezy Collection
Embellishments: Stampin' Up Basic Jewels- Large Pearl
Fibers: May Arts- lace
Ink: Clearsnap Premium Dye Inks Stephanie Barnard Collection- Licorice, Chocolate, Sky
Marker: Faber-Castelle Artist pen
Adhesive: Scotch 3M Foam Tape
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7 comments:

  1. is cute.... beautiful

    Marghe
    http://mayodetalles.blogspot.com

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  2. Love it! I JUST ordered that die yesterday so thank you for giving me some more ideas for using it!

    Penny

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  3. That's wonderful! Thank you!...Nancy :o)

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  4. So cool. Not to be a complete dork, but this is not a mailable in an envelope deal right? Thanks Shana

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  5. Beautiful - I'm trying to decide which of these dies to acquire first!

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  6. These dies are great. Love this card. It is hard to decide which of the flips it's to get first. Thanks for the inspiration.

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