Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Terrific TuesDIE Well Card

Welcome to another edition of my Terrific TuesDIE card series!
Today’s project uses one of the fantastic new dies from the newest releases from Cheapo Dies! Here’s what I came up with.
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I created an A2 size gatefold card from Kraft cardstock. I then used some Prima Marketing patterned paper for the mats. I also used my brown ink to ink around the edge of the mats. I love the vintage look that inking the edges gives. I used to use it all the time but now like to change up my a bit. For the layers of mats, I used my rectangle scalloped stitched dies with some more Kraft Cardstock.

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I cut the wishing well die from some white cardstock and then used my various Copic markers to color in the well.  For the speckled look of the stones, I simply dabbed some of my gray dew drop ink pad onto them. This gave them that great textured look without much effort at all. I created the little sentiment on my computer and cut it out with a circle punch. I then added a scalloped mat and popped it up with some foam tape.

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I added some flower shaped sequins and then used my Nuvo Drops to add little decorative touches to the centers. You can see that I actually cut the well out a couple of times and then layered the rooftop to give it a little extra dimension.

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Here is a shot of the card opened. I added some mats from the same Prima patterned paper set for the inside. I only need to add a smaller white mat to the center for my personal message.

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Here is a closer look at the cute little bow I added. I made it from some pink organza ribbon in my stash. I purposely let the edges of the tails a little "tattered" as I wanted to give it a bit of a shabby chic/vintage look to go with the rest of the card.
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Here is one last look at the completed card.

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As always, thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your crafty time with me. Until the next time, have a wonderfully crafty day!