Hello everyone! I hope you had a great weekend. Ours was non stop and now I’m exhausted… I need another weekend to recover from my weekend!
Today, I have one more Words of Cheer project for you. Did you check out last week’s three Facebook Friday Words of Cheer projects? Make sure to hop back to that post and check them out. You can find the recording there as well.
There is a die in this set that might go overlooked. It’s a long skinny die with holes, designed to make the berries for the holly I think.
Well, I didn’t use it to make holly berries- I used it to make a background! I ran it through the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss machine multiple times. I did worry a bit about getting them perfectly straight, which I couldn’t do, but it didn’t really seem to matter. So, even if yours aren’t perfect, it till creates a really cool background for your card! I also used a Blending Brush to add ink to the piece for an even more dramatic look.
I made the Cheer word dies be the focal point of my card. I cut both layers out from Basic White Cardstock and added Wink of Stella to the top layer and then stuck them to the bottom layer (add Adhesive Sheets before you cut them! I cut a few flowers out and added it all to the card front. Lastly, I stamped the flowers inside in the bottom and top corners and colored them with Stampin’ Blends. You can find the full supply list at the bottom of this post.
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You will need Words of Cheer Bundle as well as ink and adhesive to complete you projects. I don’t send any prestamped images per Stampin’ Up! policy.
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1 thought on “Words of Cheer Textured Background”
I love it when someone makes me look at my craft supplies in a different way. Seeing what you did with this border die makes me want to take a second look at all of the border dies that I own. Thank you for the creative idea.
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