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Dance With Denim Over the Rainbow

Dance With Denim Over the Rainbow


It's Heather B and today I am showing you a card created using the Dance with Denim Brutus Monroe and Unity background stamp along with the Thanks die. I used a die cut inlay technique to create a continuous background and sentiment. This technique was a lot of fun and can be used in many different ways with numerous backgrounds and die cuts. Let's get started! 

First, I inked up the background stamp with Wagon, Jack-O Lantern, Phonebook, Envy, Cornflower and Aubergine surface inks in a rainbow pattern vertically down the stamp. I love the depth of color that you get from the surface inks. Using a Misti I stamped the background on an A2 size panel. One of my favorite things about these background stamps is the size. They are the perfect size for an A2 panel. 

Next, I taped the Thanks die. in the center of the inked panel with purple tape and ran it through my die cut machine. To give the sentiment a small amount of dimension I also cut it three times from Not Your Mama's white cardstock. After I adhered the panel to my card base I glued the Thanks die cuts together and then adhered it to the panel. It should fit in like a puzzle piece. Make sure you save all of the inside parts of the die to add back in as well. To complete the card I added bottle cap sequence Glass Slipper. 

That's it! So simple and there are so many ways that you can do the same technique with many different stamps. There are also now 4 new Christmas Collaboration stamps with Unity available. This technique would make great holiday cards. Check them out here


Thanks for stopping by!


Have an awesome Tuesday!

-Heather B. 


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