Thanks for popping in. Despite the best intentions to blog daily – or at least more regularly – Life is overwhelming, and the days just seems to fly by. Everybody has got something going on, everybody is carrying a load, I know that. This is why I choose to use the blog and the SHAC for positive and creative distraction, rather than a platform to unload my personal problems. Suffice it to say I, like you, have them, and in abundance. Which is why I struggle to blog daily. One has to have the right head on to deliver real positivity.
Today I would like to show you a super project that our dear Dee mocked up for TV, but which we never got to. It is showcasing this smashing new Woodland Diorama Die set:
I did show you a trick how to extend the leafy woodland die, to use as a square frame…
In fact, that can be shown like a silent movie here in pics right now…
Now let’s look at Dee’s lovely layered card…
Let’s look at how it is constructed…
- Rainbow River Companion Papers. Cut out the TREE using our Gresh Cut Rectangular nesting dies. Cut in the middle of the paper, so we can use the outside as a background layer too.
- Black Card. Cut out using the closest fitting rectangle die too.
- Cut the birds out of papers which match the Designer Petite card. (Shenandoah).
- Use Perga glue to layer up the tauper die cut on the Shenandoah card.
- Position the black layer and position the birds. Keep one back.
- Glue into place
- Use gutted paper layers for the background.
- Find a fitting Sticker sentiment and use the spare bird to highlight.
A simple layered card, using all the dies in the set and some super colourways. Thanks Dee!
Have a brilliant day. It’s a clean and tidy papercrafter’s dream!!
Stay safe, stay warm.
Barb x x x
Also, whilst I’ve got your attention, a little heads up. We have to increase the price of all our parchment again in January. If you were thinking of restocking, now is a good time. x