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Monday, May 27, 2013

BSS MONDAY IDEA - Die Cut Card

Today's idea is to make a card using die cuts in a unique way.
This is a memory box die, Lovely Peony Outline (98482)

This is a beautiful butterfly die by Memory Box, Vivienne Butterfly (98265)

The finished card.
Found this idea online by Dina Kowal and she has done
a great tutorial
This stained glass effect is achieved by cutting out the die on the panel you will use on your card front, then placing acetate (I used velum) over the top of the dies and coloring it up. Then you replace the panel over the colored sheet and glue the cut outs back. I love this look. I used Copic Markers on the to color. Pearls are
Melissa Frances. I ran the panel through a Cuttlebug embossing folder before
gluing the velum in place and returning the dies back into place. Simple but elegant card.
Hope you have a chance to try this technique.
Enjoy your holiday. Please remember all those that have served, the men and women that are presently serving and those that made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.
 
Thanks for stopping by today. Until later..............
 
 
 

8 comments:

Sue - bearhouse said...

Such a beautiful card sue. I really love the technique you have used to created the stained glass effect. The colours look gorgeous.
hugs Sue xx

nwilliams6 said...

Beautiful work! Love the colors and technique here. Great work!!!! I am so impressed. Hugz!

Donna Ellis said...

Sue, a fabulous technique. Your pretty, vibrant, blended colors are perfect for the stained glass look, and of course, how can you possibly go wrong with flowers and butterflies. Beautiful textures, and a beautiful card. hugs, de

Riet said...

So beautiful card Sue.

Hugs Riet.xx

Sandra H said...

Sue "WOW" Your card is so beautiful x

Brenda said...

what a fabulous idea!!! Thanks for sharing and can't wait to try it. Love what you did with the technique!

Renee said...

This is stunning Sue! Thanks for the link to the tutorial...would love to try it out!
Hugs, Renee

Dina Kowal said...

Thanks for linking to me, and for sharing your results using the tutorial! Love how this turned out! xo