I wanted to create a casual yet elegant card using the 3-D Vignette dies today, so I selected patterned paper that has the look of textured, blue, ticking fabric. I combined it with the Tiara Rondelle dies and love the look! It’s fun to see how these dies take on different personalities based on what type of medium/pattern you choose to use them with. I used this die again to create corners for my card, cutting them from a solid dark aqua cardstock.
I selected a pale blue paper for the center of my Tiara Rondelle die, and used this die one more time to cut a center for my frame. Next came the fun part…embellishing with more dies!
The Petite Double Bow die was used to create the darling bow at the top of my frame, cut using the same paper as my frame. This die is such a fun one…for all of you who love bows out there just as much as I do.
Lastly, I used the Cinch and Go Etched Flowers III dies to create my layered flowers and vines. I cut them from coordinating patterned paper as well and love how they turned out. Such a simple die with detailed results!
- S3-314 Petite Double Bow and Flowers
- S4-867 Cinch and Go Flowers III
- S5-342 Tiara Rondelle
- PE-100 Platinum 6 Die Cutting and Embossing Machine
Patterned paper: Kaisercraft, My Favorite Things, and Papertrey Ink; Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Sentiment, printed flowers, and adhesive gems: Kaisercraft; Sequins: Stampin’ Up; Adhesive: Beacon and Tombow
The Becca Feeken 3-D Vignettes Dies are gorgeous on their own or combined with patterned paper. I can’t wait to try out a few more of her 3-D dies and will be back with another project soon.
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