Learn how to make a white on white card using die cutting and embossing only
Hi and welcome to today’s Make it Monday Episode 39. Today I have made a white on white handmade card using only die cutting and dry embossing techniques – simple and easy.
This card was made for a card sketch challenge a few weeks ago, that I set within my Craft Group on Facebook (Crafty Stamping Club). Everyone seemed to enjoy this sketch – as did I.
I make this card using the tufted embossing folder, the stitched shape dies and the be mine dies – unfortunately the embossing folder is not available to purchase at the moment, but keep checking back, if this is a product you want to purchase.
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I finished off my card with some wink of stella which I added to the heart, before placing it on top of some whisper white bakers twine.
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Instructions and Measurements:
Card Base and Layers
Card bases is 4 1/8″ x 5 7/8″
Embossed Layer is 4″ x 5 3/4″
Die Cutting & Embossing
I embossed the matt layer with the tufted embossing folder and simply adhered it to my card base.
I then die cut out the second largest (2″ square) square and also one of the smaller heart dies from the sets listed above.
I adhered the die cut square to my card.
I then added some whisper white bakers twine using some tear and tape before adhering my heart on top with dimensionals. I finished off by adding wink of stella to my heart.
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Thank you so much for visiting me today. I hope that you enjoyed this project and can take something away from today to try at home. Make a handmade card with DSP…. saves time and gets great results.
YouTube Tutorial – White on White handmade card
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