Saturday, 7 January 2017

Dream : stacked die cut

Hello Friends,

Wishing all a very Happy New Year!!! Hope this year brings health and happiness to all.

My first post this year is about dreams. Its a simple layered card with instructions. I hope this card will encourage you to play with colours, words, designs.




To start i chose the colours of the rainbow as it represents all colours of life and inspires and brings a smile to everyone's face.

So took 4x 5 inch pieces of cardstock in 7 colours of the rainbow.

Next i die cut the word Dream in the center of the pieces. Reapeat this with all the papers. To make sure that all the pieces are cut out from the same space on each of the pieces; Use 2-3 cards at one time so that even though i will not cut through completely but will leave and impression which will make it easier to place the die in the correct spot.

Once all the pieces are cut through keep the word cutouts aside and using the negative piece cut it such that it forms a silhouette of the word,



Start stacking and adhering these pieces such that each layer is a little offset from the last so that all the colours become visible.

Also stacked up all the word dies cuts and added diamond dust on the top layer.



Finally assembled the card such that the Dream word falls in the center. Also further decorated the top with some script stamp, rub ons and handmade paper flowers.



Supplies list:

You can find all the supplies on the links below:

Cardstock: itsy bitsy
dream die : peek-a-boo designs
Big shot machine:itsy bitsy
Scissors:itsy bitsy
Paper flowers : handmade
adhesive: itsy bitsy
rub ons:





4 comments:

  1. Very cool, Seema! I love using rainbow colors on my cards and the die cutting technique is very cool. I've done something similar in the past and you make me want to try your twist on it. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    1. Thanks a ton for your feedback Mellisa really appreciate it!!!

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  2. How you layered the negative diecuts is amazing and so inspirational, Seemaa. I love your hand-made flowers too. Thanks for sharing. Helen Liu (DT sister)

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    1. Thanx Helen appreciate that you took the time to visit me!!

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