Wednesday, December 16, 2020

An Eye-Catching Card With Intricate Dies

Hello friends!

I am back to share a card that I create yesterday. I must admit that I was experiencing a bit of creative slump as of lately. However, with the simple and intricate dies, I am back "in business"!!

I am using the Juniper Die as my creative jumping point. This Juniper die can be used all year round. I decided to create a wreath. I stamped the wreath stamp from Rejoicing. 
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By following the wreath, I placed the Distress Oxide Sprayed pieces around the wreath. I also trimmed and arranged the Juniper Dies around it.
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The sentiment from  Heart Wreath was stamped in Delicata Gold and seems to be perfect

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 For that extra pop of colors, I used Yellow card stock!tis the season -002
 It is quite rare for me to use such bright card stock, but I find that this really fit into the design.
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Thank you so much for stopping by! 


Sue D said...

I like your colorful juniper wreath. said...

Beautifully bright! Love the
multi colours!

MadeByMeghanK said...

I love the wreath and unique colors!

Purple Princess said...

so very pretty!!

Linda BL said...

Very pretty wreath! The juniper pieces are so frilly and delicate looking and make a lovely wreath in the pretty colors you used.

Ms. Tamp said...

Nice way to show the die cuts and color.

Maura said...

Beautiful use of that die!!! With some lovely colors I might add! said...

I love how you creatively made this colorful wreath with this intricate die from Penny Black. I have had trouble with my recent PB intricate die of the swirl wreath. It would not cut out. I turned it 4 times on my Spellbinders Platinum 6 and it finally finished all the cut but because of the many times, it had streams of paper fringe as well. Really bad die. I emailed PB about it weeks ago to no avail. Really disappointed. Would like to know what you do when dies do not cut as the image says.

Jill said...

Hi I am a designer for Penny Black and I've just sent you an email (to your screen name account) to help you with your Whirl Wreath die. You may want to check your spam folder, too, in case it ended up there. Thanks for your patience, and thanks Virginia, for letting us know Beverly's concerns so we can assist! We appreciate you BOTH! Hugs, Jill