Die Cut backgrounds - 3 cards with Sindhu!

Hello everyone!

Sindhu here. Hope you are all good.

Today, instead of my regular 'One stamp- three cards' feature, I decided to play with a super fun die set from Heffy Doodle and make three cards using it. I also used one stamp set to convert the die cut backgrounds into cards. I hope you like them.

Here are the cards I made-


I also wanted to share the die cut backgrounds before I made cards using them.


These backgrounds took a while to create but every minute I spent die cutting was worth it because they turned out exactly like I wanted them to.

Here is the first card-


For the first card, I started by diecutting the stard into the cardstock. I used only a single die and repeatedly die cut.

On a separate piece of white cardstock, I blended some Distress Oxide inks and created a soft pastel background. I adhered the die cut stars panel on the blended background.


Then, I adhered the die cut panel on a grey card base and added the sentiment strip.
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For the second card, I used four dies from the set. I taped them together and die cut the cardstock repeatedly. This time, I covered the whole panel.


Instead of adding a coloured background behind the die cut panel, I thought it would be fun to blend inks on the panel itself.  I added a piece of glitter cardstock behind the die cut panel.


Adhered the die cut panel assembly on a Kraft cardbase.  Added a piece of vellum on the panel as it was too busy for the images.


Can you see the glitter cardatock peeking through? :)

For my last card, I used two dies from the same die set, taped them together and did the same as I did for the second card.


I added the die cut panel on a white card base after sponging Distress Oxide inks.


I adhered the image on a piece of vellum like I did on the first two cards. Added sentiment strip.


I hope you like the cards I made for today's post. See you soon. Be safe.

Supplies used-
Heffy Doodle Lovely little borders dies
Heffy Doodle My little angel stamp set
Distress Oxides- Cracked Pistachio, Worn Lipstick, Wilted Violet, Broken China.
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2 comments

  • Natasha 10:23 AM

    Wow!!!!!!! This is BEAUTIFUL!!!!! I love how you used this die! So Creative!

  • Karthikha Uday 12:18 PM

    Wow! Admire your patience to die-cut all those beautiful backgrounds! I was thinking which coverplate die it is before reading the post! Awesome work, Sindhu! :)

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