Five Cards One Die by Jeni

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Hi, Jeni here with a quick blog post on how to make five cards with one die.  All the products I used are listed and linked below and available from the online shop.  I used the Stained Glass Coverplate die and different mediums to add the colour and finishing touches.


Card 1 – Kind

I embossed the die onto some thick watercolour card to get the impression of the pattern and used Distress Oxide inks (Picked Raspberry, Wilted Violet and Peacock Feathers) to colour each area.  I diecut another of the Stained Glass and adhered this over the background.  The sentiment is from the Kind Of Wonderful stamp set and heat embossed on vellum with Versafine Onyx Black ink and clear embossing powder.  Fussy cut out and adhered to a vellum circle with a banner strip in black.


Card 2 – Happy Birthday

I don’t like wasting any Distress Oxide so I spritzed my craft mat with water after colouring the background for Card 1 and picked up all the colour with two pieces of Bristol card. From one piece I diecut the Stained Glass and the other I used as the background.  I stamped a simple Happy Birthday from a Concord and 9thstamp set on a circle diecut of white card.


Card 3 – You’re The Best Ever

I used three Distress Oxide inks: Ripe Persimmon, Mustard Seed and Peacock Feathers and a No8 Watercolour Paintbrush and painted the background to get a nice blend. Once this was dry I added the Stained Glass diecut and a circle with a sentiment from a Concord & 9thstamp set.  I finished with some Morning Dew Crystal Drops.


Card 4 – Peace On Earth

Again I embossed the coverplate die onto some watercolour paper and used the Avery Elle Premium Liquid watercolours to colour each section.  The colours I used are Sapphire, Sea Glass and Aquamarine. I added the Stained Glass diecut on top and heat embossed a Christmas sentiment in white embossing powder onto a vellum circle.  I used Jewel Crystal Drops in Seabreeze on the vellum.


Card 5 – Focus On The Good

I coloured a piece of Neenah card with two shades of blue alcohol markers for the background.  I diecut the Stained Glass die and smooshed my Versamark all over the die.  I covered it with Shimmering Pearl embossing powder and heat set.  When the die was cool I heat embossed with Shimmering Pearl twice more.  The sentiment is stamped on vellum with Versafine Onyx Black and heat embossed in clear.



TIP: I put some mono multi liquid glue into an empty Quilled Precison bottle with a Fine Tip Applicator by Ranger. I’ve found this is the only way I can use this glue without getting too much coming out.


Which is your favourite? If you try any of these techniques please share them with us over on the Facebook group.





Catherine Pooler Designs – Stained Glass Coverplate Die

Catheirne Pooler Designs – Kindness Matters Stamp

Catherine Pooler Designs – Focus On The Good Stamp

Concord and 9thEveryday Circles Die

Condord and 9thEveryday Greeting Stamp

Avery Elle – Sending Peace Stamp




Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink –Picked Raspberry, Wilted Violet, Ripe Persimmon and Mustard Seed

Avery Elle Premium Liquid Watercolours – Sapphire, Sea Glass and Aquamarine

Nuvo Creative Alcohol Markers – Marine Blue

Ranger Archival Jet Black Ink

Versafine Onyx Black Ink

Versamark Embossing Ink



Ranger Superfine White Embossing Powder

Ranger Superfine Clear Embossing Powder

Nuvo Shimmering Pearl Embossing Powder

Nuvo Crystal Drops – Morning Dew

Nuvo Jewel Drops – Seabreeze



Neenah Solar White Card

Bazzill Black Licorice Twist Card

Ranger Watercolour Card

Strathmore Bristol Card

Crafters Vellum



Tombow Mono Mullt Liquid glue

Quilled Precision Tip Empty Bottle

Ranger Fine Tip Applicator

Lawn Fawn Acrylic Block

Ranger Non Stick Craft Mat

Goodbye Static Anti Static Powder Tool

Cuttlebug Diecutting Machine and C Plate

Tan Embossing Mat

Heat Gun

No 8 Cotman Watercolour Brush



2 Responses

  1. Rosali @ilovestamping
    | Reply

    All so beautiful! 🙂

    • Jeni
      | Reply

      Thank you. I had fun trying to find different ways to colour and finish them all.

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