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Spellbinders|Precision Layering Basics Dies

Hi crafty friends!! So, I really love these Precision Layering Dies. I’m going to share three cards with you showing different designs for each card. These are fabulous dies to have in your stash.

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For the first card I used the smaller slimline dies, I die cut the background piece using the largest die. I then used the Embossing Folder of the Month for January and embossed that background. I die cut 7 of the smaller pieces, 6 from white and 1 from Apricot cardstock. I cut that 3 times to stack on each other for dimension. I used the Large Die of the Month from February 2021 for the sentiment, the numbers are from Apricot cardstock and the “happy” was from Sorbet Yellow cardstock. I adhered everything together and glued that to a mini slimline card base.



The next card is an A2 size card, I used the four largest dies from the rectangle Precision Layering Basics and die cut those from white cardstock. I then used one of the smaller rectangles and die cut that three times from Ebony cardstock. I adhered all of those together and glued that to a white A2 size card base. I die cut the flowers (Hibiscus Etched Dies) from Apricot and Sorbet Yellow cardstock, added some copic markers to the centers of the flowers. I used Susan’s Garden Ultimate Tool kit to shape the Hibiscus flowers. I die cut the leaves from Desert Sand cardstock. I adhered everything together and added the gold embossed sentiment.



For the last card I used the larger slimline Precision Layering Dies. I used the three smallest dies in that set and die cut the Desert Sand, Sorbet Yellow and Apricot cardstock. I used the largest die and die cut that from white cardstock. I staggered the die cut cardstock pieces on the side of the white card panel, overlapping some of them. I finished by adding a gold embossed sentiment.


Thanks for stopping by, have a wonderful day!

Hugs,

Joy



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