Hi, it’s Chrissie here and I am thrilled to be guesting on Catherine’s Blog today!
A few months back, I created a card using negative die cuts and Catherine Pooler ink as my main focus. I received some requests to share how I created it, so I made a video.
Using negative die cuts in a combination with ink and foam adhesive adds extra dimension and interest to and card making project.
This card is fairly simple to make a really packs a punch.
- Begin with a 4 x 5 1/4″ piece of white card stock.
- Arrange stamps and die on your panel before cutting or stamping, so you can get a better idea for placement for your finished design. Once you are happy with the arrangement, die cut the Perfect Vine die.
- Mask off the edges of a white card base and sponge Flirty Fuchsia and Grass Skirt inks.
- Stamp the sentiment in Midnight ink. Using the MISTI stamping tool, stamp the ampersand in both Flirty Fuchsia and Grass Skirt.
- Remove masks and adhere the stamped panel to the card base with foam adhesive.
- Embellish with sequins.
Look through your stash and see what dies you have that would make a fun focal point!
Thanks for checking out my video and thanks Catherine for having me!