15 March 2016

1001 CARTES ON AIR – A different way to use a cover plate die

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Hi everyone! I’m back with my latest video for Neat & Tangled! Here is my card: 





Today, I wanted to show you how to use the Hexastar Cover Plate die in a different way! You can die-cut the plate from cardstock, use it as a stencil but also create new shapes as I did with the star. 






Watch the video below (or HERE) to find out how the card was created:


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TIPS & TRICKS: with the inlaid technique, use dryer sheets to hold the pieces in place!




***SUPPLIES I USED***

Stamps: Sparkle and Shine (Neat & Tangled)
Dies: Hexastar Cover Plate (Neat & Tangled)
Inks & co.: Distress inks, Versamark, Wink of Stella Clear pen
Paper: white cardstock, black cardstock
Other: blending tool, masking tape (scotch), dryer sheets, scissors, white embossing powder, anti-static powder tool, foam pads, die-cutting machine



   



I hope you like what you’ve seen! Don't forget to check the Neat & Tangled blog for more inspiration every day! 

Have a wonderful day…

Francine

3 comments:

Miriam Prantner said...

I adore this card! I love how you were thinking outside the box!!!

Shirley said...

WOW! neat technique, lovely card, great video.

Toni C said...

Gorgeous! I would never have thought to use the die that way.

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