I loved this technique shown by Debbie Hughes for the OnLine classes Clean and Simple 4 Day 2. It’s called Faux Paper Cutting and it’s a “collage” of pieces of die cut shapes. She did hers in a heart and I tried mine in a circle. It’s very therapeutic… almost like making puzzles…
Here’s my card:
I have used many die cuts to do this:
Memory Box Open Studio Meadowbird brand #30004 (that is the cute bird and the 2 branches underneath).
Memory Box Cherish Border (for the hearts) #98282
Memory Box Kensington border (for butterflies and flowers) #98743
Memory Box Tender Leaves #98313
Memory Box Butterfly Delights #98130 (for the tiny butterflies)
Memory Box Lavish Branch #98486 (for small leaves and flowers)
Lawn Fawn Stiched Journaling card #LF578 (for some of the hearts)
Simon Says stamp Butterfly Tendrils #1766 (for swirls and butterflies)
and Elizabeth Craft Designs for the “Happy Birthday” #717
The card stock is Stardream Lapis and Bazzill shimmer CS (for the turquoise border). The card base is white Stardream.
Submitted to Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge “Anything goes” here.
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Love your card. Fantastic use of die cuts
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