Today I’m looking at creating a focal point from die cuts using the Medallion Flower Builder and Classic Tag 2 dies from Neat & Tangled. I’ve linked all supplies at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links used.
I started the card with the Polygon stencil and blended Rosie Cheeks and Melon inks through the stencil. Before lifting the stencil I misted the card with gold sheer shimmer spritz then lifted the stencil and lightly splattered the panel with a gold spray
I wrapped twine around the panel and then moved on to create the die cut focal point. I had a set colour scheme in mind so blended various dye inks (see supplies list below) in to white card so that I had a lime green, dusky coral, dark teal and light blue pieces. I then die cut the Medallion Flower Builder shapes from the ink blended pieces. All except the light blue which I partially cut with a banner die from Classic Tags 2. I also cut a white banner and stamped the Happy Birthday sentiment from the Yo Ho Ho set in black ink
I grouped all the elements around the twine using foam adhesive to adhere and give dimension. I love how the colors of the die cuts pop off the shimmery subtle background.
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Summary of the project which gives all the views of the card in one photo :D I’d love if you pinned and called by on Pinterest :D