Monday, August 10, 2015

Hello with Right at Home and SSC107


Happy Monday everyone.. Today I have a fun card for you showcasing the Inlay Die cutting technique. I'm using the WPlus9 set Watercolored Anemones which you can grab in the Right at Home shop! 


I stamped the flowers onto a panel of white cardstock using the Altenew Ink minis.. You can find the mini ink pads and the full size pads in the Right at Home Shop. This ink is a must have, it's stamped so smooth and crisp everytime! 


After I had the image panel all stamped I added the Hello die from Wplus die where I wanted it to be on the panel and ran it through my Big shot. Then I die cut another Hello from a piece of Black card stock. I added a piece of typing paper covered in adhesive behind the Hello opening on my main image panel and then I inlaid the black die cut hello. You want to make sure you don't loose any of those little pieces that come out of the negative areas of the die when you first cut it. 


I adhered the image panel to a Black card stock base and then I added some 4mm & 6mm Pretty Pink Posh sequins in Black. I really like this stamp set and I can't wait to use it some more.. there are so many fun things you can do with this inlay die cutting technique. Head over  to the Right at Home Shop and pick up some of the Altenew Inks and this gorgeous Stamp set! 


I'm using the colors from this week's Color Challenge at Sunday Stamps.. These colors are so pretty together.. The challenge is open until Friday Aug.21st. 

Thanks for stopping by today! 




3 comments:

  1. gorgeous and I love how the sentiment stands out from the background!

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  2. Holly it looks like a painted card
    wooowww I love how you did Holly
    and the inlaid sentiment so clever you did it in Black
    STUNNING Card dear..
    see you around.would be so happy if you like to leave me a love at my SS card
    you are a great boss :)
    happy weekend Holly
    hugs, Monika

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