Peaceful Poinsettia Half Pocket card
August 27, 2018
Ready for another sneak peek using the Peaceful Poinsettia bundle? This bundle is in the upcoming Holiday catalog that will be debuting on September 5th. I bought the bundle because i was curious about the dies and thought the samples in the catalog were really interesting. Now that I have played with the bundle a bit, I can say it is one of my favorites!
I had a few half pocket card bases ( you can read about half pocket cards here and here's a link to a post that will help you make your own half pockets) left over from another project. Aren't the poinsettias so pretty? They are super easy to cut out using the Detailed Poinsettia Thinlit Dies.
Here's how you cut out the detailed outline. Nestle the detailed die and run through the Big Shot.
Here's the detailed outline.
To get the solid flower, remove the detailed die and run it through the Big Shot.
Layer the detailed outline over the solid flower shape.
Attaching the outline image on to the solid image is easy if you attach the Multipurpose Adhesive Sheet on the card stock before you run it through the Big Shot.
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WOW! I'm sold and your card is lovely, Sharon!
Posted by: Barb Hendrickson | August 27, 2018 at 07:40 AM
Thank you so much Barb! I have been playing with this bundle a lot so there will be many more posts about it. I appreciate you stopping by!
Posted by: Sharon Hashimoto Burkert | August 27, 2018 at 05:26 PM
Love it. Just changed the measurements a bit to work with A4 cardstock. Also did a full pocket (based on your Cake Soiree card) with the Floral Frost Suite.
Posted by: Ruth Hickey | September 23, 2018 at 06:54 PM
Fabulous! Happy to hear that the tutorial was useful to you. Thank you for letting me know!
Posted by: Sharon Hashimoto Burkert | September 25, 2018 at 09:35 AM