My latest collection, Candlewick Sampler, is based Candlewick embroidery, a traditional form of needlework with a knotted white-on-white design. I wanted to recreate the dimension and “feel” of this art form into detailed, embossed dies perfect for any celebration.
Create a new card detail by using this die set with the tulip dot motif as a topper for a card, a border element or even as a gatefold when cut twice. The candlewick “knotted” details are ideal for adding pearl or crystal accents for a stunning card.
The newest “Cinch and Go” flowers are gorgeous rosebuds. Cut, burnish and build to create dimensional detail for any card or project. The set includes a trio of embossed leaves and a “Candlewick-ed” embossed flourish.
I wanted to continue the tulip dot motif in this framed die set, which will turn any card front into a work of art. I envision snipping various elements from the dies to create a multitude of decorative accents.
The clean, flourished lines of this set, complete with the tulip dot detail, is the epitome of what ties this entire Candlewick collection together. I envision the bracket die used to tuck the decorative die underneath (like a petticoat!) to create a laced edge that adds just the right amount of elegance to any project.
I love pockets! To be able to slide in a layered element, memento or photo just brings a project to another level. This pocket die has a scoreline on one side and a flap on another. Cut your card panel with the die and you have and instant pocket that can be further embellished with the flower dies included in the set.
Is it a card belly band? A card topper? A border? Decorative element? How about all of these! The 2 outline dies allow for this set to be used as a topper or border or without the outline dies, create a die cut design on a card panel. I love the versatility!
This is another multi-purpose set of dies that have the Candlewick touches I adore. I love the use of the “split dies” that can be used together to cut out the entire shape, or use just the top outline die with the insert for a card topper or the bottom outline and insert for a border. Stack a pair of these together to create a frame. The possibilities are endless!
This design is reminiscent of a vintage Candlewick bedspread or tablecloth. The detail is so eye-catching that I had to have this as a cardfront! Imaging this cut out and layered over contrasting color, or go “old school” and create a white on white motif. The emboss and deboss elements create wonderful depth and dimension.