Good morning friends! Die cut words are everywhere so today, I decided to put some I have in my stash to use! I absolutely love them and they make for a quick card – no stamping this time around. The set I’m using is Spellbinders Sentiments 4. I imagine these would be fabulous on a little set of cards you send to someone and they could attach which ever words were appropriate for the occasion. Just daydreaming out loud :-)
I used Spellbinders Grateful Lattice to create the background for the card. Once cut, I flipped the die over to reveal the paper side and pulled the diecut out of the die. The I placed a pop dot onto each of the normally thrown away pieces while still in the die and laid down a panel of paper on top of the sticky pop dots. This allowed me to pull all the discards out of the die at one time adhered to a panel of paper – spaced perfectly! I added lace, a flower and the jewels and bow to finish the design off!!
By the way, I’ve received a couple of questions about when the dies I’m using will be available. So on each of the items, if you click through to the product, the shipping dates are listed with each product! Hope that helps you all :-)
|CRAFT SUPPLIES I USED|
|Rubber Stamps: None
Craft Paper: The Paper Company, Pink Paislee – London Market
Accessories: Spellbinders Sentiments 4, Spellbinders Grateful Lattice, The Paper Studio Gems, May Arts Silk Ribbon
Hope you’re heading into a spectacular weekend!! I’ve had a great week so I’m hoping for more of the same this weekend! Hugs to you friends!!
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wow, this is one awesome card Becca! I love how you used that lattice die, awesome idea.
Holy crap… in a good way :) You continue to amaze me with the ideas you come up with to use Spellbinders dies. Off to place a preorder for yet another one….lol. Have a blessed day.
You are beyond creative! Thanks for walking us through the amazing way you used the lattice. Got to try that.
Lovely, lovely card. When I first saw the picture I immediately thought: “What patience and precision gluing all of those little pieces so perfectly!!!!!” But then, I read how you did it and I think it’s the most clever, amazing, incredible way to use this die!!! This is a wonderful way to use all the little pieces that, like you said, would land in the trash and end up with a gorgeous, unique card.
Thank you so much for sharing. :)
So elegant and pretty! Do you need my address? ;)
SO ELEGANT BECCA!!!! This one is WONDERFUL!!! :D
Such a beautiful card, Becca!
Oh how lovely your card is. Pure charm is the best words I can find, truly lovely.
Love, love, love the card! OMG I would never have thought of doing that—using the cutouts like that. What a wonderful idea. You give me such inspiration!
WAUW what an awesome card here again Becca. You always make the best of everything, and I absolutely love this one here.
And thanks so much for the great tips about adding the pop dots BEFORE removing it from the die. I have been trying to assemble these on a card once, but took them one by one, and that´s NOT a good way of doing, and I admit, I never even thought of this back then, but now I´m going to try again and do it the right way he he
Hope everyone here is having a wonderful week-end now.
You are really clever and I love how you think out of the box!! Wonderful card!!
Nifty tip for the spacing on the lattice bits…thanks! And the card – just wow!
I often think when I throw pieces away what I should be doing with them!
Thank you for some more inspiration and another tip!
As for sentiments everywhere….. I would really like some Numerals for card fronts…… for my Grand Children especially…… they love everyone to know how old they are ! But most are too small!
Beautiful! I love that you used the leftovers, it creates so much texture!
Absolutely stunning Becca, love the technique you have used with the grateful lattice die.
Love & Hugs
Jacquie J xxx
Wow!!! Like every other crafter, I hate throwing anything away. And this technique of using the pieces that we usually throw away is just awesome. Gotta give this a try :-)
Lovely card Becca! I love how you think outside of the box. Thanks for sharing. And I also have a question. Where do you find such beautiful
lace? Loves, Ruthie
Love this! What a great idea for the lattice. This sure beats all of those little pieces sticking to the bottom of my feet (always stamp barefoot) and finding in other parts of my house :)
Great background, bling and bow of course!
I am so blessed with each card design that you create and post. You do such wonderful layouts. I am curious though as to how you make cush beautiful bows, double and triple with the long tails. could you do a tutorial on those? They are darn near perfect!
Not only are your cards so lovely, but your photography is to die for! Thank you for sharing your talents with us =)
What an unusual card! At first glance I couldn’t imagine the time it took to place all of those cut outs. But then I read how you did it and WOW!! What a brilliant idea to easily get the cut outs perfectly placed. You are amazing!!!
Oh, I love this! So beautiful – and I love the technique for using the little cutouts! Just fabulous. Thank you for sharing your amazing creativity!
Wow, I love this card. You always amaze me with brilliant and unique ideas such as this one.
This is brilliant! And I have a fresh supply of glue dots! :o) Thank you!
I am so thankful that I found this website years ago. You still AMAZE me with your talent. God bless and thanks for sharing.
Wow, such a good idea! I never would have thought to do that. :)
brilliant idea to use the negative pieces!
Beautiful card and I just love the way you used the “throw-away” pieces to create this masterpiece! Thanks for sharing.
Oh my Becca, only you would think of the creative ways to use the “innies” from the die. Guess you probably saved the die cut for another card, will be see this tomorrow? Just beautiful and simple when you know how to do it.
Wow, I love this tile effect you did with grateful lattice die. It is beautiful.
Just beautiful Becca , i love it all !
Elaine H X
I love the lattice background, Becca. Waste not, want not!
Anne (UK) x
What a great idea Becca!
Not only beautiful, but a brilliant and clever design, as wel! I love the popped up “throw aways” and the delicate cut of the wording. Exquisite!
so creative, I love this idea for the background, that is so cool, love the bling around the ribbon, Beautiful card!
Beautiful card Becca. I would never of thought of using the die off cuts like that. Thank you for a great tip. I will definitely be using this one.
Brilliant! thank you for the inspiration! Totally love using all the paper parts.
Hi Becca. Lovely card, I love how you have used the discards, and so easily. Well you make it sound easy. I will let you know how I get on : ) Take care.
This is just wonderful. I have just tried this with one of my Marianne background Lattice dies and it has worked wonderfully.
Well, all the words have been said as to how clever and beautiful this is!
I hate to waste, and this is just the most wonderful way not to! I will be thinking of this with other dies as well! Most creative and clever! Isn’t God wonderful how He gives us creative minds and lets us use them to enhance our lives and the lives of others! You certainly touch a lot of lives with beauty! Thanks Becca
Lovely card, as always Becca……….
Such a clever use of the diecuts – why didn’t I think of that when I was using them (don’t throw those away, EVER).
Thanks for the inspiration you always give us, your cards are fab.
Hi Becca, Oh Wow !! I’m loving this technique and this card is absolutely stunning !!
I agree with you about the die-cut words, a brilliant idea.
Lots of love from Patricia xx
I love how you think out of the box when using dies. The lattice die technique is terrific. Can’t wait to try it out.
Gorgeous card Becca. Love the lattice background and the dimensional look… the flower is so pretty.
Another beautiful card Becca. This has a light fresh look to it. It is stunning. Thank you .
Beautiful card. Love using the negatives of punches and dies. Your use of them also is very inspiring.
Beautiful card. I am new to this site. Found it through Spellbinders! I have just started using the cases to put my dies in. I love dies for the sentiments. I have also used the throw aways! I am glad I found this site!
Hi Becca, more great ideas from you, I love your card. On my wish list is a die cutting machine. Have a great day.
Rene from OZ xo
I love your cards and using the negative on this one is so clever.
I am excited about the chancer to win. I love Spell Binders dies. I always buying cases for storing them.
Next on my list is the newest Spellbinder dies.
I love your card .So great what you did with the negative die pieces!I’d be thrilled to win some storage cases.
oh my what a great idea!!!
Hi Becca! I’m still mad about DIES, can’t seem to get enough of them. I can’t make a card without using “at least” one die, and one never has to many. Thanks for offering up such a nice prize.
Becca your card is very pretty, great tip on the spacing. Will use that for sure. Also loved your tip on using the dvd cases for storage, what a time saver. Keeps them neat and organized. Appreciate the giveaway.
Another on my wish list beside more dies and more stamps is pretty papers!! I just love them!!
I love the Spellbinder dies. What a great idea for storage. Thank you for the opportunity to win some cases. Your site is now a part of my favorites and I will visit regularly for more inspiration!
Gorgeous card Becca! I think it is my favorite of yours!!
Hi -and Wow!! I just love your website and really am amazed at what you create all the time -I have just come home from a cancelled Cruise from Darwin so missed the opportunity to leave other messages -so hope this one is lucky? I do love Dies as they create such amazing delights,but I also like all the feminine extras like bows/glitz -I live in Australia,come from UK and my son is in America who I visit every year.I craft alone but use the internet to see creations by amazing people like yourself who send me emails etc
Love love it and please keep then coming , much appreciated regards Rita