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Mix And Match Your Dies And Stamps

Posted by Kim Dellow

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Blitsy often stocks lots of awesome dies and stamps, doesn’t it? I love mixing and matching my dies and stamps, so how about a bit of inspiration with this nice and easy but super-effective greeting card?

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Here Is What You Will Need:

Sizzix - Framelits Die Set - Click Click by KI Memories

Sizzix - Framelits Die Set - Everyday by Echo Park Paper Co.

My Favorite Things Die-namics Stitched Circle

Paper Smooches We Connect

My Favorite Things Hybrid Ink Pad Blu Raspberry

Avery Elle Pigment Ink Pad Mint To Be (Shop all Avery Elle ink here!)

Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Sepia and Jet Black

Kraft card blank

White cardstock

Stamp blocks

3D-foam

Glue

Let’s Make!

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Use the blue and green ink to generation stamp the doily stamp from the Everyday stamp set onto white cardstock. Ink up the stamp and stamp it, then immediately stamp again in a different place on the cardstock without re-inking the stamp. That is generation stamping.

Repeat to fill the whole piece of cardstock then cut it with a Stitched Circle die.


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Use the photo frame die from the Click Click kit and cut a frame from white cardstock then use the matching stamp from the kit to stamp the woodgrain design.

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Then stamp the sentiments from the We Connect stamp set and cut them out and stamp one of the ampersands from the set on a piece of card that fits behind the photo frame.

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Stick the stamped stitched circle from Step 1 to the card front. Then place thin pieces of 3D-foam on the back of the photo frame die-cut and stick it to the stamped ampersand panel, add the Hugs sentiment to the left-hand side then stick the frame to the card front.

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Finish the card by sticking the Kisses stamped sentiment to the front of the photo frame with 3D-foam.

Don’t you just love all the different mix and match projects you can come up with using these fab stamps and dies? Hope that has got you buzzing to get creating.

Thanks for popping by.

Kim Dellow