Don't throw away those die cuts once you've used them as a stencil! Save time and paper and re-use it on a different card!
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Supplies You Will Need:
Holiday Die Cut (Die'Sire Joy used)
Dylusions Vibrant Turquoise spray
Memento Luxe Wedding Dress ink
Ranger Mini Blending Tool
Gold Rhinestone Stickers
3D Crystal Lacquer (or Glossy Accents)
I don't know about you, but I love using die cuts. I probably have more of them than I should!!!!
I decided to make the most of my die cuts and create two cards using the same die. I cut out a Die'Sire die out of Kraft cardstock. You can use any die you have on hand for this.
I then placed it on watercolor paper and put it in a catch box. I use an old shoe box to protect my area.
I sprayed it a few times with some Dylusions spray and let it dry. You can use a heat gun if you want to speed up the process.
I took off the stencil. You can see that I have a sprayed die cut and some negative space left on the piece of watercolor paper.
I adhered the die cut down to a Kraft card base and then used a mini blending tool to add some white ink to the base.
To finish off the card, I placed some rhinestones on the front and I added some Crystal Lacquer to the "JOY" area to make it pop out a little bit.
For the second card, I just added the sprayed image to a white card base. That was it! It was quick and easy! I got two cards for the price of one! :)