Today I am here with another design team project for Birch Press Design featuring two of their beautiful layering die sets!
This die is one that is great for not only making a card, but also adding ornaments to your tree or even a gift to someone special!
I first die cut all my pieces and ready for assembly. I die cut each layer from the Nativity Star Die Set and also from the Simple Peace Die Set.
The color I chose were very natural looking and had a warm feel to them, with a little gold sparkly to add a little sparkle.
When layering each piece I used my liquid adhesive to ensure a secure bond and set aside to set and dry.
I then placed my pieces onto my design base, cut at 4 1/8 inches x 5 3/8 inches, this way I knew where I wanted to place a touch of ink to sit just behind my star.
For my sentiment I used Simple Peace. This is a two-layer die set and for the second I chose a gold glitter card stock to add a touch of sparkle.
Once all my dies were glued together it is time to put our card together. I started by placing my star in place and used an acrylic block to make sure it dried flat onto your card base. Next my sentiment was set towards the bottom of my card.
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Well, hello there everyone! My name is Desiree Kuemmerle and I live in Lansdale, PA with the hubs of over 20 years and our furry bot Max! I am fluent in Crafting, a Master Paper Manipulator and a violator of all that makes sense...
Since about the time I spoke my first word, I’ve been an avid crafter alongside my mom and sister. You name the craft and I’ve probably bought it, collected it, tried it and finally stored it. Right now, getting Inky, suffering paper cuts, cutting with metal dies and stamping everything, whether it moves or not makes me smile and I must pass that along to everyone I know and don’t know!
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