One of my fave techniques for sure and especially with this sweet die, I really like how this card turned out and was lucky to have it published with the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping and Papercraft magazine. You may notice that I’m a little underground at present… we are camping at the beach (sorry for you guys in the snow, I know it’s cruel).
So I’ll see you when I’m back and hopefully not too sunburnt, Hugs
Other Supplies: Copics – YG00,03. R05,22,27.
12 thoughts on “Merci for the Die cut Inlay!”
Put on that sunscreen naughty girl 😉 Love the blooms and inlaid effect – fabulous!
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I am so loving this inlay die cut! Check out what Therese made with it!
Aha – beautiful cards, Therese! Have fin at the beach ;oP
It certainly is cruel to think that you’re camping at the beach and it was 18 degrees F.in my part of the world this morning! Just teasing you…You are most deserving of some “Fun in the sun”, Therese! And, I just LOVE this gorgeous card! Beautiful Copic coloring and stunning design! Congrats on your publication, too!
Enjoy the beach and stay as best you can out of the sun. What a great way to escape this silly time of year 🙂
I hope you have a WONDERFUL time! (And hey, summer will return to those of us freezing our butts off just now! It has to. That’s the rule. lol!)
The red pops so much on the blue – and as I have still not quite mastered inlaid die cuts, it looks absolutely magical to me 🙂
Wow this is beautiful. Just gorgeous.
Therese, this is so deliciously crisp and vibrant … simply and strikingly gorgeous! Enjoy your beach time! Anita 🙂
I adore this, Therese. And will be thinking of you in all that sunshine with envy as I’m shoveling out!
Talk about pretty!! What gorgeous and intricate dies and love the colour combo. Did you colour the tulips yourself?? I can totally see why this one is published, its perfect. Are you back from the beach yet? Bet you had (or are having) a wonderful time getting sunburnt, eaten by sandflies and enjoying time with the family.
This is so beautifully done! I love the overlapping and inlaid look of the blooms 🙂
Very pretty indeed. I love inlaid die cutting. I think it is my favourite technique.