The only die cutting I do is with my Silhouette cutter. Although I never did use it for print and cuts when I first bought it, now I love doing it as I can design all the elements of a card on one sheet of paper. Just print, cut and put it together!
The card I made is super simple. An eyelet bordered frame, five flowers of different sizes, a scroll flourish, and a tag adhered with a ribbon.
My design screen looked like this:
After printing and cutting the pieces, I arranged them before gluing them down on the card base (4 x 5 inches).
Then I had fun with some glitter pens, first highlighting the tag to make it pop out more, and then doing different floral centers! I’m quite pleased with the way they turned out, and hope it inspires you to doodle a little bit on your die cuts to add some pizzazz to plain paper!
Visit Card a Day Blog tomorrow for more inspiration from Christine Patton at Creativegenie-ous, and more of the theme of diecuts!
Don’t forget to enter the challenges there too!
ENTER AUGUST CHALLENGE: