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Die cut focal point birthday card by Debby Hughes. Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2017/03/die-cut-focal-point/

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.

Die cut focal point birthday card by Debby Hughes. Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2017/03/die-cut-focal-point/

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

Die cut focal point birthday card by Debby Hughes. Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2017/03/die-cut-focal-point/

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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Die cut focal point birthday card by Debby Hughes. Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2017/03/die-cut-focal-point/

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