Here is the video I promised showing how to put together the card I posted November 14. For all the pictures, you can check out that post HERE. The card I made in the video is a little simpler. The number of die cuts is cut in half (no pun intended :)) because I didn’t back all the ornaments on the acetate. This means that you can see the back of the ornaments but they don’t look messy because I used a Xyron sticker machine to apply adhesive to the diecuts. The supply list is below the video. Thanks for stopping by!
Hello! I hope you all had an awesome Thanksgiving! I was supposed to post the video for the Altenew Brilliant Baubles card next but I was going to edit it while out of town and I forgot my headphones :(. So instead, here is the card I made for my younger son’s birthday with Concord & 9th’s Birthday Stacks Stamps and Dies. They are meant to create keepsake 3D cards like this one but you can definitely create regular cards as well. For more ideas and an assembly video, visit the Concord & 9th Blog.
Today I’m sharing a trifold card with an acetate front featuring Altenew’s Brilliant Baubles Stamp & Die Bundle (also available separately-all links below). So many options for making ornaments! I used Altenew inks for the first time: Red Sunset Mini Cube Set, Deep Blue Seas Mini Cube Set, and Green Fields Mini Cube Set. I will post a video showing how to make it within the next few days. Altenew is having a big sale going on right now with up to 45% off (this bundle is reduced 5%).
LINKS TO PRODUCTS USED:
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- Altenew - Clear Photopolymer Stamps - Brilliant Baubles
- Price: $22.79
- Altenew - Dies - Brilliant Baubles
- Price: $12.34
Thanksgiving is almost here! Okay, I guess you already knew that. I’m just not ready. But at least I have a couple of Thanksgiving cards ready to go. I used the versatile color layering stamps and dies from Hero Arts called Grateful Leaves.
Hello! I’m back with some more cards made with Altenew Painted Butterflies Stamps & Dies. I posted the card below a few weeks ago and wanted to use the dies this time. I created two cards with slightly different color diecuts placed along a die cut front panel. A strip of pattern paper adds a backdrop for the “floating” butterflies.