Two Ways: A7 Harvest Blessings Cover Plate


Two Ways: A7 Harvest Blessings Cover Plate

Hi crafty friends! I’ve fallen in love with the new A7 Harvest Blessings Cover Plate die set from Scrappy Tails Crafts, and I’m sharing two ideas using it today!


I cut the A7 Harvest Blessings cover plate several times from different colored card stock and from black. I used the black as my outline layer, and I used the colors to inlay back inside the die to create a smooth look. I trimmed the panel down, and adhered it to an A7 white notecard.

I finished with some smoke gems that I randomly scattered around the card.


You could definitely add dimension to this, or achieve a similar result using markers, but I love the smooth finish that inlaying paper achieves. 
For my second card, I started by ink blending Distress Oxide inks on to an A7 card panel.  I used dried Marigold, Kitsch Flamingo and Dusty Concord Distress Oxide inks. I then cut the A7 Harvest Blessings cover plate once from gold card stock and twice from white card stock. I adhered these on to the ink blended panel. Once adhered, I trimmed both panels down and added it to an A7 kraft notecard.
I finished with some gold gems scattered around the card.

Thank you so much for reading my post, let me know which is your favorite in the comments below!

Beth x
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  • 25 Aug 2022 Giselle D.

    Both cards are gorgeous! The inlayed card is more playful while the ink blending with the gold is more elegant. I really like them both.

  • 25 Aug 2022 Sharon Gullikson

    If I have to choose, I would say that my favorite is the gold. But they are both very pretty. I LOVE pumpkin images, and autumn in general.

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