Friday, April 17, 2020

Ruby Gift

Good day!  Eulanda here and it's my turn to show how I use my Brother ScanNCut for a background layer behind my die.

I absolutely ADORE dies and that is one thing I will NOT give up even tho I have a Brother Scan and Cut AND a Silhouette machine.  Dies are so nice and easy to just grab, throw through your cutter and voila!!  However, what I LOVE that I can do, is put a background behind any die that I use as shown here.  On the left side, I have die cut the new Oval Trellis Die and stuck it on to my cutting mat and then had my ScanNCut scan it first.  Next, on the right, after making my proper selections, I sent the image to be cut with some white cardstock to fit in behind my die.

Here is the white layer you see behind the Oval Trellis Die and it's a perfect fit!  I've used Nikky's AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME Ultimate Graphic 160gsm paper to print out some patterns from the Eden Collection - Paper Heaven 1-10.  I can't say enough about how amazing this paper is to print on.  A photo just doesn't do it justice but be it the printable selections in the store or the patterned paper it's totally worth it!!  

For this birthday card I've used Ruby Gift digi but also available is Ruby Gift  - the precolored image, which is perfect for a quick card!  I also added a saying from the Perfect Wishes sentiments clear stamp set.

Isn't this little bouquet just so pretty?!!  I have my wax cord and seam binding bows under a few flowers and a little happy birthday charm I found in my stash.  Woo hoo!

I die cut this pretty butterfly from the Butterfly Trio set, from some pretty silver foil paper then popped a Tim Holtz nib, flower and little colored pearl on top.

I hope you like my card for today!!  I felt like I stretched my mind with this one.  I have no idea why, do you get some of those?  Thank you for stopping by!


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