Saturday, April 2, 2011

# Beth Moore # Lattice

Card-Makers Stackers Nesting Dies

Cheery Lynn Designs Card-Makers Stackers Nesting Dies help make perfectly spaced rectangles for cards and I know I've said it before (but it's worth repeating)... I just love the embossed edge they create on the die cut paper too! The Lattice II die coupled with the Card-Makers Stackers Nesting Dies made creating this masculine card quick, easy and fun too, despite the fact that creating masculine cards often poses a challenge for me.


Directions to Create This Card:
  1. Create a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch card base from white cardstock.
  2. Using the Lattice II die, die cut a piece of red cardstock and adhere to card base.
  3. Using three differently sized Card-Makers Stackers Nesting Dies, cut one rectangle from three different coordinating patterned papers. (note: for this card, I adhered each of the patterned papers to a piece of white cardstock that I cut from the same size die to make them rigid for popping up on the card with Pop Dots for added dimension).
  4. Wrap coordinating ribbon around two smallest rectangles and adhere.
  5. Adhere rectangles of patterned paper using Pop Dots as shown on card.
  6. Die cut red cardstock circle from Classic Circle Little Silver Stackers Nesting Dies and adhere to ribbon.
  7. Die cut white cardstock from Classic Little Stackers Nesting Dies, stamp sentiment and adhere to red circle with Pop Dots.
Other supplies used:
Cardstock, Stamp and Ribbon: Papertrey Ink
Patterned Paper: Cosmo Cricut
Ink: Ranger

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7 comments:

  1. Nice example of Card-Makers Stackers Nesting Dies. Great card and colors,

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  2. Lovely card! Love the colors and the paper! You are just awesome Beth!

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  3. Just wanted you to know that when I find a really good blog for the first time, I can spend hours looking through the wonderful designs, and that's just what I've done today with your blog. Great job. I did have a heck of a time keeping up with where I was though, because some of the time when I would click on a link, it would not carry me back to where I was on your blog and therefore I had to start all over.
    But, I really enjoyed your blog.

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  4. Classic and elegant! Great job!

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  5. Wonderful card, Beth, a great mix of colors and papers and a cool design.

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  6. Wow!! I love what you've done with the stackers. I am always on the lookout for masculine designs and intrigued with the elements. I am so girly in my approach. You reminded me here about versatility and to stretch myself as an artist. Thank You for your inspiration!

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