I’ve been playing and now you’ve got to see my tips for Stitched Lace die cardmaking! In a video format so you can watch it, save it and give them a try yourself at home.
As I told you the other day, this die was a must-have as soon as I saw it. And I haven’t been disappointed! But I want help you with a few tricks I’ve learned to make it easier for you to use it straight out of the envelope!
Let me share another design with you first.
I love the boldness of this card. So different from the soft, almost vintage feel of my acetate gift box, don’t you think?
The contrast between the Granny Apple Green, Basic Black and Whisper White gives quite a PUNCH! I tell you a bit about it in my video so I guess we’d better get to it!
Tips for Stitched Lace Die Cardmaking
Look at the sheen of the silver foil through this lovely Stitched Lace die. You can really see all the tiny dots and ovals and the stitching defining the shape.
And here is that inside. Funny how just a simple strip of this lace is enough to add polish to the card inside!
To make this design yourself, here are all the supplies I used. You can click on any of the images to go directly to my 24-7 online store.
I love it 😁 when you choose me as your Canadian demonstration and appreciate you shopping with me.Tips for Stitched Lace Die Cardmaking
Let’s take a poll and see which one you like the best. Both cards have things in common.
- They use a lot of Whisper White and Basic Black mixed with one bold complementary colour.
- Each has square or rectangle elements with no fussy cutting required.
- And they both have a main focal point to draw the eye.
Thanks so much for leaving me a comment on your pick.
a. The bold butterfly lace panel?
Or b. the flowered lattice work reverse fold card?
Here’s another view of this one so you can see the inside label sentiment.
See you soon!
I’m so glad you stopped by today. I hope my video gives you some tips and inspiration so you add this lovely die to your stash of supplies.
When you do, don’t forget to come back and take another peek at my tips for Stitched Lace die cardmaking so you can benefit from me playing with it 😉!