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Friday, July 3, 2015

My UPA article on Using Die Cuts

To Die For is our July theme at Unruly PaperArts Blogozine.  This month we're featuring articles using dies and punches.  My article is published on July 3 HERE.

I have a plethora of die cuts so I decided to share what I know about using them.  Please visit UPA to read my article and leave me some love!

Here is one of the things I made using a die cut.  It is the Arianna bloom from Heartfelt Creations.



First I stamped with clear Versamark onto pink medium weight cardstock.  Then while the ink was still wet, I sprinkled on JudiKins kaleidescope embossing powder.  After heat setting the powder, I used the matching die to cut out the flowers.  I cut the centers from pale orange cardstock.  I wet distressed the flowers and used a stylus to help shape the petals.  Then I assembled the flowers using 3 layers, a brad, and a glitter button.

3 comments:

Michele said...

I'm so glad I stopped by because i haven't yet been over to UPA to see your article and I am eager to do so! on my way now! have a lovely week. xo

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

That is a beautiful flower, Helene! I love the touch of embossing on the edges of the petals! Well done, you!

Asmah Zainal Abidin said...

The flowers are so gorgeous Helene. I shall make my way to UPA now and read your article. I would aslo like to thank you very much for visiting ARTplorations blog and left some love for me. Hugs xx

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