I’ll admit that for the past few weeks I was glued to watching the Depp v. Heard trial… If you didn’t know, my full time job is working as a paralegal and I also love reality tv. This was the mix of both worlds, but in real life. I’ll admit that I picked up this Heffy Doodle set strictly because I wanted to use it for this card and if you were following the trial, you know why.
For my main card panel, I used those cut strips and trimmed them down even further and adhered them in a easy pattern. For my sentiments, I wanted to use a dark grey cardstock so it would help the sentiments pop. I also wanted to have a very subtle design on it so I decided to use Trinity Stamps A2 Quilted Coverplate die. The die cuts a quilted pattern and leaves empty the area of intersection (because there are coordinating stencils to go with it). I decide to not use the coordinating stencils and replaced them with a variety of embellishments to add a bit of bling to the card.
I just love how these turned out and honestly am so excited that I found this crafty company. I can’t wait to see their future products!
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Hi everyone! Today is one of the two days of LDRS Creative features over on the LDRS Blog. We’re doing something new and showcasing a ton of projects featuring the new release by the design team compressed into two blog posts each month!
I wanted to share this blog post of this fun card surrounding the new die, Sentiment Stack. I tend to love sentiment sets such as the Anytime Stack or the Love Stack but I forget about them because they don’t have images.
For today’s card, I wanted to use as many of the sentiments as I could. I stamped them out using Raven hybrid ink and die cut them. It works so well since the stamp is just one large stamp and the Sentiment Stack die lines up perfectly!