Create Your Own Stencil Using Cutting Dies

Create Your Own Stencil Using Cutting Dies

Hi Crafty Friends,

Just in time for summer birthdays or 4th of July, we made a trio of cards using the new Fireworks die by My Favorite Things. This technique is a nifty way to extend the use of your cutting dies.

Take a look below at the video on how we got it done!

This fireworks die by My Favorite Things is from their latest release. It makes a spectacular burst of color. Here is the video of all the ins and outs of creating these cards.

 

 

Here are a few close-ups of the three different cards, starting with the Candy Necklace and Robins Egg background papers. There are bits of sparkle on the paper that unfortunately show up as dark spots in the photo but in real life, they are just shimmery glitter.

The “YOU” sentiment is from the All About You dies by Concord & 9th and the “Happy Birthday to” is from My Favorite Things ‘All About You’ sentiment set.

 

 

The next card, is using the Whirlypop heavy cardstock and the Penny Black … Birthday Die.

 

 

Finally, this is the close-up of the card demonstrated in the video. It is using Black Licorice heavy cardstock, along with Peppermint Red heavy cardstock.

 

 

Thanks for joining us today. Visit us again soon

 

 

Goodies Used:

My
Favorite
Things
Fireworks
Dienamics
My
Favorite
Things
Wow
Dienamics
Concord
& 9th
All About
You
Dies
Penny
Black
…Birthday
Creative
Dies
Grafix
Clear
Plastic
12″ x 12″
sheet
Bazzill
Candy
Necklace
Card stock
Robin’s
Egg
Heavy
Card Stock
Peppermint
Red
Heavy
Cardstock
Licorice
Twist
Heavy
Black
Card Stock
Whirlypop
Card stock
100 lb.
Neenah
Antique
Gray
80lb.
Cardstock
Neenah
Solar
White
card stock
Concord
& 9th
Neutrals
Glitter
Paper
Pack
WOW!
Vanilla
Sparkle
Embossing
Powder
WOW!
Silver
Stratosphere
Embossing
Powder
WOW!
Midas
Touch
Embossing
Powder
WOW!
Mermaid
Tails
Embossing
Powder
WOW!
Iced
Sparkle
Embossing
Powder
Mini
Mister
Pearl
Perfect
Pearls
My
Favorite
Things
All About
You
Stamp
Set

 

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