Background dies are perfect for full sized cards as added texture and an additional layer. But why not add them to gift tags for the same effect? For today’s card, I’m using the versatile Hero Arts Fancy Flower Garden background die to create some easy and elegant birthday gift tags.
Certain occasions sometimes call for a more formal style thank you card. For today’s project, I’m stepping a little bit out of my clean and simple comfort zone using lots of shimmery layers and flourishes.
Summertime is coming soon along with lots of ice cream and popsicles. For today’s project, I grabbed my shimmery watercolors and some cute popsicle dies for a sherbet-y romantic greeting.
Fun times with no more work calls for a celebration! For today’s project I have a card that I think would be great for someone who is heading to retirement–It would also work well for any type of happy occasion though. I’m using some fun drink shaped dies from Cutter Bee called Drinks.
Teeny miniature hanging plants. Is there anything better than that? This die from Sizzix called Hanging Planter is so cute, I couldn’t wait to turn it into a card.
One clean and simple card technique I really enjoy is the look of tone on tone white. When you have a die cut with some intricate designs, it looks very elegant with just a few small color additions.