Hi bloggers! I know this one is a bit different from what you might expect from me, but I do try to think outside the box and use the dies in different ways. I get so many emails asking what they can do with some of the smaller dies in the sets that I always try to include some samples made from them. This one would probably be useful for those pesky male cards too by just changing the sentiment to suit your needs. I started with a piece of milk coloured card and embossed it using my Interlocking Circles embossing folder to give my background some texture. I selected two shades of green and began cutting multiples of the corner from the Celtic Accents die set. I ended up cutting and using nine of each colour. Next I stamped my sentiment on milk card using a black archival ink pad. It is difficult to see, but I stamped the Baroque Lace Stamp To Die For over the top using a Clear Perfect Medium pad for a watermark look. I arranged my corner into wreath shape and glued them in place using dries clear Cosmic Shimmer glue. I cut around the sentiment piece so it didn't extend past the first loop of my Celtic corner wreath. I mounted the wreath in the centre of my background using mounting foam for dimension. I added another green mat before finishing the card with a double pierced milk coloured mat. Truly a very easy card once all the cutting has been done! Finished dimensions are 7" x 7" in size.
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