Hello, everyone! It’s Aga here and today I would like to share with you a simple monochromatic Thank You card using Flowing Leaves Die.
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Flowing Leaves Die
Don't you love uniquely bold & whimsical yet eye-catching shapes? The Flowing Leaves Die will definitely make your cards stand out. Use it to create a tone-on-tone background texture, layer it with other dies, or create a striking focal point.
I absolutely love clean and simple cards with a lot of white space and minimalistic feel but this time I decided to challenge myself to step outside my comfort zone and to create something different. I went for a darkest patterned paper from my stash and combined it with Flowing Leaves Die.
Simple Monochromatic Thank You Card using Flowing Leaves Die
I started by trimming dark green patterned paper from Enjoy the Ride 12×12 Paper Pack to create my background. Next, I die cut the Flowing Leaves Die out of white cardstock and used green inks from Green Fields Fresh Dye Ink and blending brushes to color it in.
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Before you go, here are some more card ideas featuring this Set!
Adding an interesting element in your scrapbook layouts is easy with the Flowing Leaves Die. Just take a look at this page by Nathalie!
Want a card that's an ode to the beauty of Mother Nature? Like Jennifer, use the Flowing Leaves Die as beautiful texture and stage for your nature-inspired elements.
Looking for a funky twist on the Flowing Leaves Die? Take a leaf out of Bridget's card and color the die in unconventional and bright hues!
For a classy and elegant look, you can be like Deepa and use rich, muted hues to color in the Flowing Leaves Die. The addition of the sparkly embellishments works, too!
How about you? What projects do you have in mind for the Flowing Leaves Die? We can't wait to see what you create!