Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Inlaid Die-cutting with Gold Foil and Washi Tape

 Hello friends!

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I am popping in with a quick post about Inlaid-diecutting.  With so many choices of intricate dies these days, we can now easily ace the inlaid technique!

i love U

I am sharing a card I made a while ago. Due to the poor lighting, I hesitate to share this card. The photo doesn't do it justice.... The gold foil paper made it difficult to get a proper photo.

love you

There is hardly any stamping in this. With the stenciling (by using negative leaf die), I created a yellow and green leafy background.

i love u 

As you can see I had interesting choice of materials. I used Altenew Washi Tape and Gold foil paper.

Here is another card I made with the Simon Says Stamp Die that is currently 30% off.

I really miss your face

Currently, Simon Says Stamp is having 30% off on Simon exclusive brand discounts on dies.

11 comments:

brandco2450@gmail.com said...

What a beautiful card! Love the background and the
rose is gorgeous! Shiny and metallic card are not
easy to photograph! It takes ages to get it almost
right!!!

MadeByMeghanK said...

These are STUNNING! I LOVE the gold rose and the envelope card!

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful cards! Love the rose die!

Purple Princess said...

so beautiful!!

conil said...

Both those floral cards are simply stunning. The gold must really pop in real life. And the stenciling in the background really makes your second card even more special. Everyone should adore the envelope card...too cute.

jordanbev5@yahoo.com said...

Exquisite!!!

Sue D said...

Pretty and sweet cards.

Dawn T said...

Incredibly beautiful Virginia.

Ms. Tamp said...

Wonderful look to the flower.

Linda BL said...

The rose cards are so very pretty! I love the inlaid die technique and the rose looks like the perfect candidate for this. There are enough pieces to make it look like a perfect rose, but not too many to make it hard to inlay the pieces.

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Fabulous inlaid flowers, Virginia!! Especially love the gold one!!