Sunday, January 21, 2018

Die Cutting in TWO ways!

Hello friend!
I have a card with inlaid die cutting and dry embossing to share!
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Rose metal Die (Penny Black)
(only 2 in stock)

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I used two die cut techniques:  inlaid die cutting, dry-embossing with dies.

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For each section of the Rose and background, I applied Distress Oxide and then once I finished coloring, I put the pieces back like a puzzle. Do you like the dry-embossing on the white card stock?

I am keeping this post short and sweet.
Happy Sunday!!

Something to check out:
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I know I definitely want some, if not all.
Check it out here
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Spellbinders has some nice clearance sale here
Today's deals can be found here
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Altenew's sale is over here.
My favorite floral Fantasy Die is on sale here.
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Click here to see the January bundle from Concord & 9th!

10 comments:

cm said...

Your card is gorgeous...just 200% gorgeous!
Hugs~c

conil said...

It's always a happy day when I can see what you've been creating. You know I love the white dry embossing...so clean and textural. And that inlaid rose is the perfect focal point to make this card sing.

Harriet said...

I do like your dry embossing!!! Your rose is spectacular. You keep getting more creative and as an inspiration you are incredible!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Beautiful rose, Virginia, and I love the embossed background panel behind!!

Nicole Parmentier said...

Beautiful card! I love the combination of that bit of collage-style and clean and simple. Fabulous!!

samantha's cards said...

Lovely

April Rogers said...

You asked "Do you like the dry-embossing on the white card stock?"

Nope! LOVE it!!!! ;-)
Beautiful, just like you Virginia
XO April

Linda BL said...

Love the inlaid rose. It looks so pretty colored in the distress inks on the white embossed background. Very pretty card!,

Sue D said...

Very pretty and unique.

Sheila H said...

I love your teaching us how to stretch our dies. Great cards!