Whoosh ... can you believe it's back round to Saturday again and another Less Is More Challenge. Today the recipe is to 'Use a Die Cut' and I've gone from the simple one die card to the other extreme with a fiddly 6 die card!
So first up and I was itching to use another new release from Clearly Besotted
(An Apple a Day).
It's a very quick and simple layout with an MFT Die-namics snow scene border die
mounted at an angle using 3d foam with a wrap around of bakers twine
from my stash and a couple of enamel dots.
Also from Clearly Besotted I've used the 'sending you' and 'Wishes' sentiments
from 'In the Frame' which I've very naughtily cut in half
BUT they can still be used together for future stamping!
My next card uses a Memory Box Tilda Floral die, with the outline and petals coloured with various promarkers, pieced back together like a jigsaw and adhered to a white circle die-cut using Sizzix Framelits.
Next up 3 dies from Clearly Besotted Fancy Florals again colour treated
with promarkers and adhered to the centre of the flower.
The whole lot has had a serious coating of glossy accents then layered
onto a Nestabilities Scalloped Circle die with 3d foam.
Finally a stamped border using Uniko Studio's Flower Power Background Builders
and sentiment from Clearly Besotted Fabulous Fuchsias.
I'm also going to play along at CASology with this card as the theme this week is Flower
Ok it's over to you now and I'll be popping around blogland to see what ingenious ideas you've come up with using die-cuts so catch you later.