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Thursday, March 30, 2017

{Spotlight Project} Cornelia Stamps with Dies



Hi, Cornelia here today showing you how you can stamp with your dies.


My STAMPlorations supplies:

preview-trendyspringbloomsdiespreview-hellosunshine


I took the dies and die cut them with fun foam.



Used a glue stick and mounted them onto a clear acrylic block.



In the end I settled on the rose die....



Stamped it repeatedly with different color distress ink onto water color paper.
Misted it with water to have the colors blend a bit.



Once it was dry I thought the colors looked a bit too washed out, so I over stamped the roses again with distress inks. Added the die cut sentiment using dark grey card stock.



Added a strip of hot pink card stock on top, some Nuvo drops and rounded the bottom corners.


Now isn't that a cool way to stretch your dies?

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15 comments:

  1. great idea...love how your card turned out

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  2. Your foam die cut stamped roses turned out beautifully Cornelia. I love how you added your die cut sentiment and nuvo drops. Such a pretty CAS design. TFS Hugs..

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  3. Beautiful effect! I am surprised at how cleanly the dies have cut the foam, being so detailed.

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  4. Wow! what a great result, I love multi uses, so well done!

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  5. What a great card and and awesome way to use your dies!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  6. What a great idea! I just received my Trendy Spring Blooms stamp and die set today, so will have to try it out!

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  7. What a cool idea!! I love those bloom dies, how pretty are the flowers. Definitely a must have. Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. Wow this idea is so creative and a brilliant way of stretching crafting supplies. Thanks for the inspiration:)

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  9. I'm kind of amazed at how crisp the image turned out. You've created a gorgeous card.

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  10. OOH, this is so pretty! Such fun colors!

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  11. That is a seriously cool way to stretch your dies! Absolutely love the colours too. Perfect pinks to get me feeling like it's Spring! Xx

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  12. Gorgeous. Haven't done this for ages. Thanks for the reminder. Hugz

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