Saturday, February 24, 2024

Stamping over Left Over Die Cuts

Hello! Welcome back to the BPM blog. Do you have a lot of negative die cuts in your stash? Today's project features a way to use those left over scraps. 

I have collected this square die cuts from a plaid die that I have used over and over. I did not want to put these squares to waste so I stored it in one of the compartments of my gems holder. I arranged these squares to create a colored tile pattern. It might look tedious especially since these squares are less than an inch in size but if you enjoy working with puzzles and/or quilting, then this should be easy-peasy for you.

Once I have adhered the squared pattern on a 5 1/2" by 4 1/4" typing paper, I stamped the Blank Page Muse Floray Spray Sunflowers Chrysanthemum Line Art rubber stamp to the squared panel. A stamping tool is a must for this step. Since this is a large stamp and there are height differences with the paper I used on the panel, I need to re-stamp the image after embossing it with a glittered black embossing powder. 

I added a frame and an embossed sentiment to the panel to finish the project. 

I hope you like today's project. I encourage you to look in your stash and give those left over die cuts a new life. You can replicate this project with larger shaped polygon die cuts like a triangle, rectangle, octagon, etc. 

Please visit my blog, Maria Giselle's Creative Cuts, for card details.

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