Cover Dies For Card Making – Ideas Galore!

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See lots of different ways we show off cover dies for card making – SO much goodness!

There are so many cover dies for card making and paper crafting out there and we like to think our designs are a little special. Given how many of these items zip out of here every day, we are thinking YOU are thinking the same thing! Today we’d like to share some of our and your favorite projects shared using cover dies and see if these ideas don’t spark something for your next crafting session.

First is this card that really blew all of us away. Take a peek and then we will chat.

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Ok – seriously? Are those layers not just SO gorgeous? The whole look really pulls your eye into the scene and makes that unassuming but also beautiful focal element just float up to you!

Here’s another project that uses offset layering of cover dies to add some definitive detail.

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Layering the white die cut over the teal to allow a whisker of a border adds a ton of impact and creates more of that floaty feeling for the big, gorgeous blooms.

Here’s one more example of a handmade card using layered cover dies for instant detail.

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For this card, the white serves as the “shadow”, adding a subtle highlight for the eye between the soft colors of the actual cover and the background. SO pretty and so easy!

Now for some cards made with a cover die all on its own. This was one of our most shared holiday cards and you can see why – candy colors and a friendly fella combine to make something just so charming!

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Swap out the colors and the focal element and you’ve got an design that can give you endless creative opportunities!

Then there’s this stunner of a card – honestly, you could just make this in endless variations and never ever run out of unique ideas!

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And last, what can be simpler than making an adorable handmade winter card and just popping a decorative detailed cover die over the scene for a special finish?

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Cover dies for card making aren’t just for “covering”. Layer them for backgrounds, trim them down for detailed areas, cut them up to make windows – the possibilities are endless. We’ve got a lovely collection of cover dies here in lots of designs and sizes. Browse away and pick your faves!

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