Look how beautiful card making with rubber stamps and dies can be! You’re going to love the elegance of today’s design…whether you like the simpler or more elaborate card.

Both of them use the same supplies, but I want to tell you how to amp it up just a teensy bit more if you like!

Wanna see it?

Beautiful Card Making with Rubber Stamps and Dies
Use the Waves of Inspiration bundle for a lovely card like this

Now before we get too far down the path of learning about this card, let’s take a peek at another very very similar design.

Beautiful Card Making with Rubber Stamps and Dies
A simpler but equally beautiful card made with the Waves of Inspiration bundle

I have to ask you…which one do you like best? The simpler version or the dressed up one? Let me know by clicking here!

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These Waves dies are one of the most stunning in the Annual Catalogue. I haven’t used them nearly enough yet! Don’t you think they’d be lovely for a sympathy card?

I think I might try one similar to this design here. Or maybe this layout here would work well too.

A couple tips…

  • Be sure to use adhesive sheets on the back of the Mother of Pearl and Gold Foil sheets BEFORE you cut out the dies to make it so much easier to adhere.
  • Line up the left edges of the dies for a perfectly aligned wave – both dies are not the same so they layer together beautifully.

Beautiful Card Making with Rubber Stamps and Dies

Can you guess all the differences between my two cards?

How about…

  1. You can see the Mother of Pearl glossy paper is on top in the left version and really picks up the light, and on the right it’s underneat and not quite so shiny.
  2. Choose which greeting you like the best to use…both are uplifting and elegant when heat embossed with gold powder.
  3. Dry emboss the background for the left version (with Painted Texture 3D Embossing folder) and leave the right one smooth.
  4. Use different embellishments. Elegant Faceted Gems on the left and Basic Pearls on the right.
  5. Add a subtle difference by mixing up the placement of the Mother of Peal clouds.

Try Your Hand At One – or Two!

Whether you decide on simpler or more ornate version, a simple click here allows you to pin, print or order all the supplies I used.

Oh and one thing to remember is the Mother of Pearl glossy paper is being retired and only available until June 30th, 2022, so you won’t want to delay!

I hope you love this beautiful card making with rubber stamps and dies and you can see how simple little adjustments can add up to awesome results!

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