Hello everyone. This is Nichol Spohr and I’m thrilled to be guest designing for Spellbinders! Today I’m sharing how to die cut multiples of an image to create a larger overall element for your design with the new Party Food Dies!
I started my card by stamping a plaid “tablecloth” background for my pizza using Fired Brick and Black Soot Distress Oxide Inks with the Concord & 9th Plaid Background Stamp.
The Party Food Dies were die cut seven times from ivory, yellow, and pumpkin cardstock and inked with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink. Each pizza slice was assembled and adhered to the tablecloth background as shown.
By combining multiple pizza slices I was able to create a full size pizza for my card! I stamped a greeting on one of the pizza slices using black ink and adhered it slightly away from the other to draw attention to the slice/sentiment. A greeting from the Party Food Dies was die cut three times from black cardstock, adhered one on top of another and placed above the stamped greeting.
The card was finished by adding detail to the pizza with black and white gel pens.
Watch video tutorial below or on Youtube to learn how to make this project:
Lawn Fawn Vanilla Malt cardstock, Lawn Fawn Caned Pumpkin cardstock, Lawn Fawn Sunflower cardstock, Lawn Fawn Black Licorice Cardstock; Simon Says Stamp Funny Food Stamp Set; Concord & 9th Plaid Background Stamp Set; Versafine Onyx Black Ink; Ranger Distress Ink in Gathered Twigs; Ranger Distress Oxide Ink in Fired Brick and Black Soot; Sakura black and white gel pens; Adhesive: Ranger Multi Matte Medium
I hope this has inspired you to try die cutting multiple images of a design to create an overall larger accent for your cards. Thank you so much for joining me today and I look forward to sharing more die cutting ideas with you soon!