Monday, May 19, 2014

Just Married...

Good morning!
Happy Monday to each of you. I'm filling in at the church again today, so I'll be MIA for the day!

It's my day to post for the Die-Versions Blog, and I'm so excited with this month's release!
There are some stunning dies, and the theme for the month is Weddings.
I love, love, love the intricate lines and details in these dies, 
and OH MY GOODNESS, they cut so beautifully!

Here is my card:

This card uses Die-Versions Whispers 'Wedding Cake' DVW-361 and Die-Versions Sweet Wordlets 'Just Married' DVSW-038
And here is what I did to get this 'one layer' card...
Cut colored panel to measurement of your choice.  I used 5.25" x  2.75".  Center the cake die onto your panel and die cut.

This is what your panel will look like.

Cut the cake and words out of a coordinating color of cardstock and set aside.

Adhere the colored cardstock to your card front. Be sure to get your glue around the cut out area, so it will lay flat.

Put some adhesive on the back of your coordinating die cut, and place into the cutout like a puzzle piece.  Be sure to glue the correct side of the die cut - don't ask me how I know this, but note the glitter on this cake that's NOT on my finished card!  lol...
Cut the cake again, using a smal print of your choice.  I used some Amuse Studio yellow gingham, but a pretty floral would be oh, so perfect too!

Starting wherever you like, begin taking out pieces, and gluing them into the little openings.  For my card, I used my Tombow Glue Pen.  I have only had this a few weeks, and don't know how I functioned without it!
Last, but not lease, add the sentiment, again using your glue pen.

VOILA!

Easy peasy, right?  It's a bit time consuming, but I think it's a fun technique, and can't wait to experiment with some different dies!

Looking at this card on the 'big screen', I think I'll add a few tiny rhinestones prior to giving this card away...

Thanks for stopping by!

Be sure to check out Die-Versions blog - each day, one of the design team members posts some wonderful inspiration.  You will see everything from clean and simple to elegant, cards to altered items, or scrapbook pages.  Hope to see you there!

The Die-Versions store is FILLED to the brim with amazing dies, at reasonable prices.
Check them out - you won't be disappointed!

Hugs and smiles,
Patti J.

15 comments:

Stef H said...

i definitely should have tried out for the DT! this is gorgeous... and fabulous!

have a great week!

hugs :)

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

That was a really cool trick!

Lisa said...

This is so beautiful, Patti!! I love how you pieced in the cake!! Gorgeous card!! Have a great day :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Becky said...

What an awesome card! This came out beautiful.

Anne Temple said...

This looks great! Love the step-by-step tutorial too.

Glittered Paws said...

You have way more patience than I have - but wow it is beautiful.

Lynne in NI said...

Fab card Patti, great tips too :)

Dawn LL said...

I am so loving these dies...you always showcase them so nicely.You know I love paper piecing so much

Rushd Lady said...

What did you use for a pokey tool to get all the small pieces out of the die?

Rushd Lady said...

What pokey tool did you use to get all the little pieces of the die out?

Sue said...

Hi Patty, love this technique and your beautiful wedding card.

Hugs
Sue

Cheryl W said...

Very clever technique. Thanks for the tutorial!

Lena's Creations said...

Great card, Patti. Love the technique you used. Made for a beautiful card.
Lena
xxx
Lena’s Creations

Laurie Unger said...

How cute it this? Love it and thanks for sharing!

Donna said...

Beautiful card, that tutorial was very helpful (and necessary!) Love when you do tutorials!