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Friday, 29 January 2016

Rose Thinlets Dies for Dry Embossing & Die Cutting For When there are Just No Words Card Stampin Up! UK

Today I am using a different A6 Card Fold to create this Thinking of You / Sympathy card using one of Stampin Up!'s new Die / Stamp Set Bundles in the Spring / Summer Catalogue.
It is currently one of this years best selling products, and I completely understand why!!

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1.    Trim a piece of Basic Black Cardstock to 29.6 x 10.5 cms; score at 17.8 cms on the long side; fold & Burnish
2.  With a Pencil, draw around the outside of the Rose Framelit, cutting blades face down on a piece of Rich Razzelberry Cardstock & cut out using paper snips
Run the cut through your Big Shot with the Multipurpose Platform sandwich as follows - Cutting Plate, Die (face up), Cardstock (face down), & Crease Mat
3.  Now Die Cut the Rose Thinlets in the usual way, using another piece of Rich Razzelberry Cardstock.; using the Fine Tip Glue Pen, adhere the die cut onto the embossed cardstock (it is worth the extra effort as it gives another dimension to the embossed image)
4.  Adhere the embossed cardstock onto the the card base

5. Stamp the label outline stamp, and then stamp the sentiment inside the label image  using the Basic Black Classic Ink Pad onto a scrap of Shimmery White Cardstock & Die cut the label (part of the bundle); pop the label up using Stampin dimensionals

6.  Now the final touch is to add some glitter using the Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Glue Brush

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