Tone on Tone Die Cutting


Tone on Tone Die Cutting

Hello friends! Joy, here with another fabulous card for Scrappy Tails Crafts! Today, I went with a simple, yet elegant design for a thank you note that features the Fairy Flowers die set. I chose to only feature one flower using both the detail outline layer and the solid layer to create a tone on tone flower. Let's take a look at the card...


To create this card, I die cut and glued both layers of the fingerling flower from the fairy flowers die set. I made three total flowers for this card. I cut both layers from white cardstock to create a tone on tone effect.

I cut down a panel of plum cardstock to 4x5.25 inches and another one to 3.75x5 inches and distressed the edges of both panels. On the smaller panel, I trimmed about 1.25 inches from the center to add a little peek a boo feature in my design. I went with a pattern paper that has beautiful scripty words to peak through the plum cardstock.

Using a "thankful" die cut, from my stash I heat embossed it with silver embossing powder to add extra shine and dimension. I glued my word die onto vellum.

My last steps were to arrange the beautiful bouquet of Fairy Flowers and embellish the card with bling. I think it turned out gorgeous and was relatively easy to pull together. I sure hope you will give it a try or something similar to make it your own!

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