Todays card is a little special and will take some measuring from you to get it centred
It is well worth the effort if you do and you will get two cards for one by using the positive and negative of the die cut
Let the video show you how I did this and then maybe you would like to try it for yourself.
This is the second card and it is really pretty with the diamanté studded around it and I am really pleased with the way both have turned out.
Make them in different colours and send them to your special friends this year. I used Faded Jeans Distress Inks as it blends so well
The letters I have used are from Donnas' Alphas from Spellbinders and I have had this set for a long time.
I am trying to re use the older dies as I know that many of you may have them and if you do then we may as well make use of them.
The background to the second card is Grate Effect and it makes the loveliest back drop to the words.
You can use any alphabets that you have as they will work using the same method.
These two are created using Spellbinders Font One Uppercase and it is a finer font than the other.
The colour is Salty Ocean and I have used a Splodge Mat to help me blend my inks ... and this company now do many stencils that you can blend with
This the same die set and the card on the left has been made into a shaker card.
The stamp set was free with Simply Cards and Papercrafts and it has proved to be really useful
So there you have some pretty ideas to make some of your cards and with an alphabet you can add any name or occasion that you wish.
More tomorrow ...