My theme this week was applying die-cut images to the background layer of my cards.
did a second card later on and can say that with the use of a shim for more pressure, and probably another pass of my ageing (and therefore looser/less pressure) of my die cutting machine, the die cuts released their scraps easily and it all came together quickly.
Note: these coordinating items are on the retiring products list…if you want them click on the images below to add them to your shopping cart.
Two pieces of happy news from the upcoming Annual Catalogue that relate to these cards
- We’ll be getting new Stampin’ Cut and Emboss Machines!
- The double-sided adhesive sheets that make applying the die cuts like these so easy are making a comeback!
So if you need a 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue and aren’t already working with a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator give me a shout and I’ll get one to you next month.
Here’s a complete supply list for these cards:
I will provide a kit and written instructions to make 5 cards. Participants will be able to add sentiments as desired with their own stamps and inks. Kits can be picked up from my residence in Melbourne using safe, social distancing protocols, or I can ship via Australia Post tracked satchel. Come give this a try – perfect if you’ve always wanted to try my classes and can’t attend in person.
Online (Zoom) Group Assembly Session: Saturday, 9 May, 1:00 pm AEST (optional – click here to find your local time). Meeting link will be shared when you place your order.
Card Kit: includes all the pieces and printed directions needed to create 5 cards. You will need to supply your own stamps and ink for sentiments, as well as having basic adhesive (like Multipurpose Liquid Glue) for assembly.
Cost: $30 + $8.95 optional shipping (Australian crafters only, sorry)
RSVP & Payment Deadline is Wednesday, 29 April to ensure timely delivery.