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Friday, 21 September 2012

Friday Die-Day!

Hello friends,
Today I'm featuring one of the newer dies
from the clever Card Creator series 
Here are the dies, you receive 8 in the set.
This is how they look cut/embossed.
A little technique - using the second largest die, I have cut/embossed but left the die cut in the die.
I then applied some distress ink around the edges - Antique Linen.
Still keeping the die cut in the die I'm going to stamp the complete area.
This is my favourite - Texture Stamp - I do love a bit of script!
You can see it has stamped onto the outer edges of the die - no problem,
a quick wipe and it comes off easily.
And this is how it looks when removed from the die -
selective shading and stamping, you get the nice crisp edge.
Tag time!
This is one of the large craft tags from Ranger, I've cut it down a little bit and positioned the
largest die cut behind - a little different!
I'm starting to layer up various elements - using my personalised MyStik.
Adding my stamped die cut.
I found a flower (Jewel Flowers and Flourishes) left over from one of my classes and
some foliage, added a little bit of lace and vintage ribbon.
Fairly speedy.
I like the yellow/brown combo.
Close ups.
I do have one set of the A2 Fancy Postage Stamps dies available in my Amazon shop,
I like the versatility of these dies, they are listed as Card Creator but,
as you can see, great for other projects too.
Have a lovely weekend.
Take care.

23 comments:

Susan Flynn said...

That's really lovely Christine. Love the idea of the script over the die - very effective! I have just got the Exquisite Circle and would love to see these on FDD at some point! x

scottish crafter said...

Hi Christine. Happy FDD, lovely tag. I love your step by step instructions, so detailed and your choice of papers/card is amazing. Would never have thought of combining these colours. I have polka dot die and find it very versatile. Have a great weekend.

Wilma

baconbits said...

Morning,
Really like this tag, your step by step instructions make it easy to follow to achieve the same result.
I have these dies coming from the States, will have to wait a bit longer to play with mine.
Thanks for a great FDD
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x

hazel said...

stunning Christine to be honest i didnt think there was much to these dies but now you have showcased them i rather like them. more to add to my need list. Lovely tag xx hazel

Janice said...

Hi Christine. What an interesting set this is, I was struggling for any ideas when I saw them laid out in your first photo! I love how you've used them, it's a gorgeous tag. I really like the script stamped over the die!
Thank you for another great FDD!
Janice x

Bea said...

fab tag Christine - I got these dies after the demos on C&C as they and the fancy ribbon set looked so versatile - thanks for sharing your ideas.

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine.
Thank you for such a great tutorial, the tag is lovely.
I am always amazed what you come up with,you seem to bring out the best in dies ,papers and fabrics etc, such good ideas for us to copy.
Take care x.

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Christine, I absolutely love this tag, it is fantastic, part way down I wasn't too sure how it was going to turn out, but it all came beautifully together at the end, loving the flowers and the 'belly band' lace is gorgeous, love the colours too.
Have a lovely weekend.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine, i love the look with the script and the clean look edge .

A beautiful Tag again and yes i will be copying the general outlay with a different die as i have not got this one .

Hope you have a lovely weekend
Take Care
Elaine H X

Jenny L said...

Hi Christine,
wonderful dies so handy to have. Love the tag. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial. You know I was the one who said I had never made a tag. In ten years of card making. Well guess what I have now made 2. Carole Z told me on my blog once you have started to make them you won't stop, and of course now I'm hooked. lol.
Have a wonderful crafty day.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Cornish Emma said...

Morning Christine, a lovely tag and technique.
Emma

Oksana said...

Lovely Christine, also like the colours!x

Rita said...

What a Fabulous tag Christine, Its just so stunning and that beautiful sunflower just stands out so well. TFS. Hugs Rita xx

nmty said...

Hi Christine, great tutorial and the tag is brilliant.

no work today, off to play with the GC!!

lv norma

Sarah said...

Fabulous tag Christine. Love the script within the die cut shape. Great tutorial. Colours and papers are gorgeous. Have a great weekend.

Sarah x

Cazann49 said...

Hi Christine, I love FDD..look forward to it all week..:)..Love what you've done this week.as always..Have a great day..love Carole..xx

lydia jordan said...

Hello to the queen of tags,
Great tutorial thank you Christine, will be putting these dies on my Christmas list its so long now the bottom will never be reached.
Have a good day at Ally Pally.
Lydia
X

Sue B said...

The stamped die cuy looks really great & such a lovely tag. Hope you are looking forward to Ally Pally-I REALLY AM !

Ita said...

Hi christina thanks for the tutorial and the tips,I am always afraid to use the ink in case I ruin the card lol but I will try your way,it is so much easier to follow when you can see the dies,.I just love the tag and your colours work well.Enjoy your weekend a t allie Pally
Smiles Ita

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine, Just got back from picking - guess what - Blackberries!!
Love the tag. Must get that script die, I'm going to wait until you have the petal box top dies in and order all together if thats possible (I'm saving my pennies ready)can't wait, just like a little kid again lol.
Have a super crafty time at Ally Pally and any of you followers who gat the chance to go. Crafty best wishes, Carolyn x

Teresa said...

I just love friday die day on your blog! This is adorable and love the colors that you used too! Have a lovely weekend and hope you do something very relaxing...

Planetsusie said...

This is lovely Christine and your instructions are very easy to follow. These dies are super.

Hugs Sue Pxxx

Val in Spain xxx said...

Hi Christine. Wow, the step by step instructions make the beautiful tag look so easy to make. Haven't got all the items you've used but I'm sure i can improvise. thankyou

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