Make a layered card with a border die from Maker’s Movement.
Working with Maker’s Movement today I am making a layered border card. Using only one die from the Borders Die Set, I achieved this beautiful activity on the front of the card. The cardstock is created by brushing Distressed Oxide onto each layer before using the die.
I used the first die in the set above, I am excited to try out all the other dies as well after making this card!
Borders Die Set
Distressed Oxide inks
Xyron sticker maker
Make Art board
Links are Affiliates AZ – Amazon, SSS – Simon Says Stamps, SB – Scrapbook, O – Other
Follow along as I made a motion card using a die from TLC Designs.
I received this Double Dial Die from TLC Designs. This is my first time using a die with motion or activity and making a motion card. The process is rather two-fold in that you put the mechanism together and then design the visual elements for the card. It was fun trying to decide what images would work well with the motion.
Many of the items used in this post have be provided by companies I work with in order to promote there company and products.
Double Dial Die
Hampton Art stamp set
3 ink pads
Simons Says intense black ink
Distress Oxide Inks
WRMK Works Board
foam tape squares
white card stock
Links are Affiliates
AZ – Amazon, SSS – Simon Says Stamps, SB – Scrapbook, M – Michaels
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I have a video tutorial on the ScraPerfect blog today showing how to make a card. This is part two of a three-part series that makes the card and envelop in the image above. Visit me on ScraPerfect and follow along with each step. [step 1 – DIY stamp] [step 2 – card]
It was my husband’s birthday and with the recent Corona Virus I wasn’t able to go out and purchase items for him but I was able to make him a birthday card thanks to the Cricut Joy. I searched Design Space for an appropriate image and I really fell in love with the above image. It was really quick and easy to make.
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Being a part of the Rinea Foiled Paper Design Team, I post on their blog twice a month. Today I have a collaboration project between Rinea and poppystamps. The tutorial and video is available on the Rinea blog. You can see the entire post at the following link. [Die Cut Card]
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