Sunday, January 22, 2017

Love

Hi everyone, Deanna here with another project for the Dies R Us Inspirational Blog.  Here is what I have for you today.

To make the shaped circle card I started with a 4" X 4" stitched circle die from Memory Box

To make the shaped circle card I started with a piece of card stock cut at 5" X 10" and folded it in half.  I placed my die on the card stock with one side of the die on the side of the folded card stock.  See the picture above.  By doing this the die won't cut the card stock where it is hanging over the fold.

Once die cut you will have a shaped circle card ready to decorate.


If you want to you could cut a 4" X 4" red circle and adhere it to the card front to cover the folded area.  I chose not to do that.  I did cut a 3.3" X 3.3" out of white card stock.

Next I took the Heart Party Craft Circle die from Memory Box.  I cut the die out of some red glitter card stock and attached it to the center of my white circle.  Next I used the Tutti Designs Love Die and using the bigger of the two dies cut a red and black Love.  I offset them slightly and adhered them together and then to my card front.  Once done you end up with this card. Be sure to use your metal adapter plate to help insure a great cut with this fine detail die.


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Tutti Designs - Metal Adapter PlateMemory Box - Dies - Open Studio - Stitched Circle Layers99697 Heart Party Circle craft dieTutti Designs - Word Set - Love



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3 comments:

  1. What a sweet Valentine's Day card! Love love love the tutorial on a circle card!!!!!!
    Thanks for sharing,
    Judy

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  2. very pretty with all the sparkle, always fun to make a shape card!!!

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  3. Your card is so pretty Deanna. I really like how you explained making a circle shaped card.

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