Inlaid Die cutting technique… in wood veneer?

I’m so excited to be taking part in the newest Clean & Simple Online Card Class, and there’s been so many ideas floating around my head after watching the lessons, this is just what the mojo needed, thanks so much ladies!


I’ve made a couple of cards using the Inlaid Die Technique which always looks so cool.

Bloomed - Detail
Bloomed – Detail

Now here is my first attempt which I am not so happy with, I’m not sure why cause I really like the concept, I just think I could have done it better lol.  But this is a class and it’s all about the learning so I thought I would share it anyway.

xo - Detail
xo – Detail

That’s it for now, I’m off to try out some more faux techniques…   Would you believe that we are heading off camping this weekend and I’ve got my brother and his wife visiting next week….  hopefully I can find some class time around all the fun!   Hugs,


Other Supplies:  Cardstock – Linen, Grapefruit, Peach, Pool, Java.  Copics – E50. T0. Black Rhinestones. Prima – Arco Iris Flowers.

20 thoughts on “Inlaid Die cutting technique… in wood veneer?

  1. I love them – espesh the wood veneer one 🙂 Great dies and beautiful cards. Have fun camping!

  2. WOW! Both of your cards are gorgeous, Therese! I love the color combo you chose for the first one and the tiny flower is so sweet! The wood veneer is amazing, and I love the pop of color you added on the 2nd one…Fabulous!!!

  3. Love your cards Therese! I have the branch die you used & never thought of using it this way – will definitely be CASEing theses cards!

  4. Glad to see that you are taking the class as well – make sure we can sit together 😉 I really love your first card – very classy indeed. You rocked the technique on both cards 🙂

  5. Stunning, Therese … both of them … I particularly love the wood veneer vases, they’re soooo gorgeous! I’m in class too … well detention really as I’ve not even seen past Day 1’s video’s, never mind actually making something! Anita 🙂

  6. Oh gosh, they are both amazing cards, as I love this technique… but to combine inlaid dies with wood veneer paper takes my breath away. Plus, I love how you changed the position of wood grain. Just fabulous!

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