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Holiday Die-Cut Cards | Caly Person

Holiday Die-Cut Cards | Caly Person

Hi, Friends!

It's Caly with you today and I'm sharing two holiday cards made primarily with die-cuts.  Sometimes the best cards require little to no stamping at all so I hope you're inspired by my projects today!

The first card uses the Sparkle With Magic stamp set, but, but only to fill the Braided Circle that I embellished with glittered Leafy Branches.

To create my card, I first die-cut my Braided Circle on white cardstock.  After I embossed my sentiment, I set it aside to work on the green card panel.  I actually used light blue cardstock that I ink-blended around the edges with Aquamarine ink.

My braided circle is attached to the panel using foam adhesive for some added dimension.  Then I die-cut my Leafy Branches from white and green glitter cardstock to add to the embossed braided circle.  To finish, I embellished my card with some enamel dots from the Home for the Holidays collection.  

My second card is created with the Kelly Alpha Uppercase letters.  I used the dies to cut out the word Joy using white glitter cardstock.  Then I die-cut little foliage from the Layered Wreath die set in white and green glitter cardstock to decorate my panel.

My panel is cut from "greige" cardstock that I used the Diagonal Stitched Rectangles to frame and mat card base.  To decorate my panel before adhering my die-cuts, I first ink-blended down the center with white pigment ink.  Then I splattered the entire panel with white paint and watered down Aquamarine ink to coordinate with my first card.  After adhering all my die-cuts, I once more finish by embellishing with the Home for the Holidays enamel dots.

I hope you enjoyed these cards!  Pinkfresh Studio has some of the most amazing and unique die designs!  

Thanks so much for stopping by today - I hope I've inspired you to have fun with dies!

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1 comment

1. Nov 05, 2019

Lovely. I love the red enamel dots.

Annette Gordon

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