Today I am going to work with the Dahlia Mini Frame Layering Die set, but I want to stretch this die across my card base!
So let’s see just how I do this, but trust me, you only need a pair of scissors!
We want to start our project by cutting each layer of the Dahlia Mini Frame twice, for a total of 6 panels. Before we start attaching our layers together you want to cut into two open corners on your bottom layer.
Once you have your bottom layer cut, you can now attach your other two. By cutting the first layer you now have a guide where to cut after your layered panel is built and ready to be applied to your card base.
Before we put out card together, let’s quick layer our sentiment. I chose to use the Big Friend Sugar Script Die. I used one of my card stock from my Dahlia set and Ivory, very subtle, and yes the video does not do this card any justice! LOL…
Now let’s build our card…
I cut a piece from black card stock that measured 4 inches x 5 ¼ inches for my design base. I adhered one of my layered panels in the upper right corner and the other in the bottom right hand corner. Remember this Layering Die was already set to be around 3 inches x 4 inches approximtely… Just by cuting out a corner we can now extend this design across a card base.
With each corner filled with my layered panels, I decided to place my sentiment across each of them towards the center.
I added a few iridescent sequins just for a little bling!
Here are a few of the products used for this project...
Birch Press Design – Dahlia Mini Frame Layering Die Set
Birch Press Design – Big Friend Sugar Script Die
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