HEY FRIENDS! Today I have something a little different – a card with absolutely no Copic coloring! I pulled some dies and paper out of my stash, including the Corbel Collage Wafer Die by Simon Says Stamp. I love the beautiful tree design and while it would also be lovely as an inlaid design, I decided to keep it quick and simple with some ink blending. As always, I’ve linked supplies with compensated affiliate links used where possible at no cost to you.
- Corbel Collage Wafer Die by Simon Says Stamp [ SSS ]
- Chunky A2 Scalloped Rectangle Dies by Simon Says Stamp [ SSS ]
- Folk Edge Rectangles Die Set by Pinkfresh Studio [ SSS | SBC ]
- Bitty Holiday Wishes by My Favorite Things [ SSS | MFT ]
- Distress Ink blending
- Additional supplies listed in the thumbnails below
Using the Chunky A2 Scalloped Rectangle Dies, I trimmed a piece of Hammermill cardstock and then used the Corbel Collage Wafer Die to cut the design from the middle. I stamped the sentiment from the Bitty Holiday Wishes using Versafine ink. I added foam tape to the back and set it aside.
Next, I cut a scrap of Hammermill cardstock and ink blended it using Distress inks in Rustic Wilderness, Mowed Lawn and Twisted Citron (I don’t remember the exact dimensions, but it was sized slightly larger than the size of the Corbel die).
I cut an A2 card base from Neenah Classic Crest and adhered a piece of design paper cut to size from the Cheerful Plaid 6×6 paper pad by My Favorite Things. I die cut a piece of Hammermill smooth cardstock using the Folk Edge Rectangles Die Set and assembled the layers as shown.
That’s all for today!
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