Wonderful Clean & Simple Monochromatic Card

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Hi, I love floral stamps and I fell in love with this stamp set by Concord & 9th as soon as I saw it, but I wanted to create a monochromatic card with the wonderful word die.  The letters for this die are all connected – so no worry about having to try to get them all lined up or any shifting while you diecut.  The products I used are linked at the end of this blog post.Wonderful-Floral-C9

 

I placed the Wonderful die in the center of a piece of Neenah solar white card and ran this through my diecutting machine.  I kept all the die cut letters to use on another card.  I placed another piece of Neenah card behind this diecut panel so I could mark where the letters are with a pencil.  Then I stamped the line square stamp from the stamp set onto the background.  This is the stamp in the bottom right of the stamp set and is designed to fit behind the diecut letters.  I rubbed out any pencil marks that could be seen and glued these two layers together.Wonderful-Floral-Concord-9th

I stamped “Have A” and “Day” around the wonderful and added a couple silver sequins to add some more interest.  This was such a quiet and easy card to make, and can be used for some many occasions – birthdays, weddings, encouragement….  The last thing I need to do is add this to a 11 x 14cm card base.

 

What do you think of this card?  Would you add a pop of bright colour somewhere?

 

WANT TO FIND THESE PRODUCTS?

STAMP & DIE

Concord & 9th – Wonderful Florals (available as a stamp set, or as a bundle with the stamp and die together)

 

INK

Memento Tuxedo Black

 

CARD

Neenah Solar White

 

EMBELLISHMENT

Little Things By Lucy Sequins

 

ADHESIVES

Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue

Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid GLue

Quilled Precision Fine Tip Bottle

Ranger Fine Tip Applicator

Xtreme Tape Runner

Stix 2 Tape Runner

 

TOOLS

Cuttlebug Diecutting Machine & C Adapter Plate

Fiskars A4 Trimmer

Tonic Tim Holtz 8.5 Guillotene

Lawn Fawn Acrylic Block

 

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  1. Marykate
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    Maybe a small red heart.

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