Monday, May 18, 2020

Repeat Impressions Pick of the Week

It is my turn to do the POTW (Pick of the Week) at The House That
Stamps Built.
I am going to show using the positive and negative of a die cut
for two cards.
My supplies are: Distress Oxides, Die cut of choice, I used Memory
Box Kensington Branch,  and Taylored Expressions Frame in Frame,
Stamps of choice, I used Repeat Impressions
Just because and Happy Hello, and card stock:

Cut die and save negative:

Press Distress inks on mat and spritz:

Smoosh with plastic or acetate on two sheets of card stock and
die cut:

Stamp sentiments, assemble and embellish as desired:

Wishing you a safe and creative week!


Carol L said...

This technique made a wonderful pair of cards! Thanks for sharing how you created them - that's a beautiful die and a beautiful colorful background too. Either of these pretty cards will brighten anyone's day!

Glittered Paws said...

h what a great tutorial - I think I just might have to have some free time to try this today - and love the die you used.

Anonymous said...

Love this idea. two beautiful cards. Mom

Tammy said...

Two gorgeous cards Donna, I love the beautiful branch die you used!

loz said...

Beautiful cards and great use of the negative Donna..Loz

Diane said...

Great technique and beautiful cards Donna! I will have to that. You've inspired me!

*Vicki* said...

Ok, this is such a cool background!! I love the ways you've shared how to get use from the many background we can make while having some messy fun too! That die is just gorgeous and I love both versions of your designs! TFS!! HUGS

Witchcrafted Life said...

Wonderfully lovely designs! I adore using the borders and negatives of my die cuts, too, whenever possible and have a ziplock bag brimming over with them that I try to utilize when applicable to given project.

Autumn Zenith 🎃 Witchcrafted Life

KT Fit Kitty said...

What a great technique, Donna, and you get two cards, so even better! I think the second one is my favourite, so delicate and pretty!

wannabcre8tive said...

A brilliant idea. Love the cards.