A Stunning Card Using Die Cuts

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Today we are so lucky to have this gorgeous card using die cuts layered with a frame to create a stunning silhouette!

Let’s take a peek!

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Using die cuts to build out a scene like this is actually easy and when you use them in all one color, you can create that beautiful silhouette that allows your colors to really POP!

Our designer used three of the new Color Fuse inks blended as the background. She also cut a circle that she also blended those same inks over to create that setting sun. A quick spritz with Liquid Pixie Dust added some of that lovely dimension to this glorious sky.

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She cut her card base, the scalloped rectangle, two Stitched Hills (adhered with some dimensional adhesive), Sea Grass and the chairs all from black card stock. She put the whole scene together, layering with more dimensional adhesive and little snippets of the sea grass, to create this lovely, inviting scene. Don’t you just want to plop down in that chair and watch that sun sink all the way down?
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And if you WERE there, wouldn’t you be saying that life truly IS good? This is the perfect sentiment for this setting! PRO TIP from our designer – always use an antistatic preparation for when you emboss on black paper. You will be so glad when your heat embossing comes out as crisp as hers did!

A few sprinkles of some bling and this is good to go!

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Below are links to the Rubbernecker Stamps products used in today’s card using die cuts in such a fun way.
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We hope this inspires YOU to make a card using die cuts – try all white, too, with pops of color!

3 thoughts on “A Stunning Card Using Die Cuts

  1. OMG! What a GORGEOUS card! I LOVE the inspiration … the “step-by-step” tips for pulling the card together, and sharing the exact colors of ink used by the designer!!

    I am leaning more and more to almost only purchasing Rubbernecker stamps, dies, and inks … just because of the inspiration (and AWESOME) products you provide!

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