Here's a card with inlaid die cuts for you, inspired by Betsy V. at Papertrey's Make it Monday #138.
A slightly different take on the original concept (who me? no...). I didn't actually die cut the card front. But you may recall this "sugared" card. Of course when I made the die cut I saved the negative. It had all that precious double-sided tape on it!
Enter today's card. I die cut the "peace" again, this time from some lovely DCWV blue metallic CS. After attaching the negative die cut with the sticky tape to the card front, I glued down the blue piece and then peeled off the tape and burnished glitter into the sticky tape. This really is such fun to do. And so much sparkle is wonderful for Christmas cards, don't ya think?
Those sparkling sequins just begged to join the sparkly party.
And I'm joining the parties at:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Curtain Call - Welcome Home cuz the blue tone in the inspiration photo spoke to me (blue is not my go to color) and I think this PP has a soft and simple country feel to it like that wispy wreath
Question to you... I'm having an issue with my cheapo clear/white glitter which has significant pink hues to it. Any recommendations for a nice clean colored one with a fine grain?
Thanks for visiting today.
Supplies for peace:
Paper: cardbase The Paper Studio, PP KI Memories, metallic CS DCWV
Tools: die PTI
Other: Score Tape, sequins, glitter