Saturday, May 18, 2013

Thank You Pop 'n Cuts Card

Hello! Richele here today with a quick Thank You Card using the New Summer Florals by Brenda Walton, Pop 'N Cuts dies by Karen Burniston, and from the Tim Holtz Alterations Line a Movers and Shapers die.

Sizzix Die Cutting Tutorial: Thank You Pop 'n Cuts Card by Richele Christensen

Die cutting makes this card so fast and easy! This is the outside of the card...



...and here's the inside! Pop 'n Cuts is always sure to impress.



Die cut the outside of your card using the Pop 'n cuts A-2 base die and the inside of the card with the Pop 'n cuts 3-D Thanks inserted into the base die. Tip: Don't forget to line up the tic marks. The papers I used are from Pink Paisley's Hope Chest line, the colors are soft and beautiful, perfect for our card today.

die cutting

Using the NEW Brenda Walton Summer Florals die, die cut two sets of florals. I have always loved Brenda's designs and I was so happy to meet her at CHA this past January. She and her husband are so sweet!



Color the flowers with Scattered Straw and Tumbled Glass Distress Stain. Dry with a Heat tool. Ink the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink on an Ink Blending tool. Adhere several layers to make the flowers for the card.



Add Distress Stain directly to your Craft Sheet, spray Crinkle Ribbon with water and dip the ribbon into the stain. Dry with a heat tool. As the ribbon dries scrunch it up.



Die cut two labels using the Movers and Shapers die in the Base Tray. Ink the edges with Vintage Photo Distress ink on an Ink Blending tool. Cut the greenish label in half. Position and adhere the label to create a border on the top and bottom. Stamp the message "from the bottom of my heart", with Cobalt Archival ink.



Tie the ribbon around the card with a bow. Pop dot the flowers and message label. Adhere the buttons and the pearls.

Now for the inside. Die cut "THANKS" from the Karen Burniston Thanks die Sizzlit set. Ink with Tumbled Glass Distress Stain and dry with a heat tool.



Ink the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink an an Ink Blending tool.



Adhere the letter to the inside die cut. Add the flowers, button and pearls.



I love how you can mix and match the different styles of dies and come up with such a beautiful project. It's so fun and easy with Sizzix dies!

Thanks for stopping in!

Richele

die cutting supplies


Paper: Pink Paisley Hope Chest
Inks: Ranger Antique Linnen, Bendeled Sage, Picket Fence, Scattered Straw and Tumbled Glass Distress Stain, Vintage Photo Distress Ink, Cobalt Archival Ink
Stamps: Stamps of Life - Thanks2U set
Tools: Blending Tool with Foam and Heat-it Tool
Misc: Crinkle Ribbon, String, Antique Buttons, Pearls

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9 comments:

  1. Just lovely. Wonderful color combo.

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  2. Lovely card. Thanks for the tutorial ;)
    Eithne

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  3. Very Pretty! Love the use of the buttons and the pearls. The colours are beautiful.
    Jacquelene L
    Canada

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  4. Wonderful card !The pps and colors go very beautifully with the flowers !

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  5. This is so pretty, Richele! Fantastic combination of products and I especially love those little pearls on the backdrop of the interior - lovely touch!

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  6. Gorgeous card Richele! Love the papers, colours and mix of dies that you used.

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  7. Very pretty card, I like how you stained it all to match.

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