In today’s JO-Tips video I want to show you how to adhere die cuts the easy way! No more messy glued-up fingers! No sticky sponges! This trick will revolutionize how you add these intricate die cuts to your handmade cards!
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Here’s today’s project.
A pretty card that’s sorta fall yet sorta wintry at the same time. It’s a blend of natural tones and rich Misty Moonlight blue with a shot of Calypso Coral.
See the branch in behind the greeting label? I adhered that very quickly and easily with the tip I want to share with you in the video.
This card is even better when you get a close-up!
The total colour coordination and the lovely script writing on the greeting make this a stand-out design!
So let me show you how to make it easy to stick down detailed dies like this branch in my quick JO-Tips video.
How to Adhere Die Cuts the Easy Way
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Here are a few other design tips for this card:
- Cut a Seasonal Label out of the Harvest Meadow in the same size as the Very Vanilla greeting and cut it in half to frame your sentiment.
- Colour the white crinkled seam binding ribbon with the Calypso Coral Stampin’ Blend to get a perfectly coordinated accent.
- Add a strip of the Misty Moonlight patterned paper to break up the two Crumb Cake papers.
- Emboss the simple Timber 3D embossing folder onto the card front using this video tip.
- Use teh same Calypso Coral Stampin’ Blend to colour up the Basic Pearls.
If you’d like, you can pin, print or order any of the supplies I used for this card by clicking here.
This Nature’s Harvest stamp set is one with tons of possibilities. Here is another simpler design I think you’ll like (especially if you love the look of watercolour!)
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I’m going to leave you with one final peek at this pretty card.
I hope you grabbed a tip or two to start adding lots of detailed dies to your handmade cards. Maybe you can save yourself some frustration now you know how to adhere die cuts the easy way!