Hello everyone! Today, I'm here to share with you three ways of using the new Circle Quilt Cover Die: the classic, the creative, and the unexpected… Interested? Read on to see what I meant.
For the first card, I used the cover die as usual. I created a full-sized patterned card panel from Our Family 12×12 Patterned Paper. I adhered it on a Warm Sunshine Cardstock. It turned very bright and positive! I added only a sentiment die-cut and that's it!
My second card is made using a cut die-cut (sounds funny!). I noticed a nice pattern piece and fussy cut it four times. Then I used the contrasting Dark Chocolate Cardstock because I planned to adhere it on a Woodgrain Powder Cardstock card base. I adhered them to create a new pattern and added a sentiment die-cut again. The idea of using a cover die for my third card came to me accidentally when I needed to use one more piece of paper to make sure that the die will cut the paper properly. As a result, I got a pretty embossed paper with a pattern from the backside of the die. This particular cover die backside pattern looks amazing on a Gold Mirror Cardstock. I made a wide strip using this technique and adhered it on an Apple Red Cardstock card base along with the Gold Glitter Tape and added a die-cut sentiment. I really love to create cards made totally from die-cuts.So, what way of using the new Circle Quilt Cover Die did you like the most today? Let me know in the comments section below!