Layered Medallion Cover Dies – Two for One Video!

by Therese Calvird

Hi, it's Therese and I want to thank you for joining me here because I have two cards to share.

Altenew - Layered Medallions Cover Die B - Spring Daisy - Painted Greetings - Lostinpaper (card video) 1 copy

I thought it would be fun to use both the negative and positive portions of the Layered Medallions Cover Die B.  I didn't think it out so well but I persevered and the cards came together in the end.   You can see the process in the video below.

Altenew - Layered Medallions Cover Die B - Spring Daisy - Painted Greetings - Lostinpaper (card video) 1 copy

I chose some Altenew cardstocks that co-ordinated well together; Deep Iris, Pale Gray and Jet Black.

Altenew - Layered Medallions Cover Die B - Spring Daisy - Painted Greetings - Lostinpaper (card video) 1 copy

Then I was able to dress up my cards with some beautiful daisies from the Spring Daisy Stamp Set and heat embossed some sentiments from the Painted Greetings Stamp Set.

Altenew - Layered Medallions Cover Die B - Spring Daisy - Painted Greetings - Lostinpaper (card video) 1 copy

I have linked the video below. So you can watch the process to see how it all came together.

You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.

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I will be back with another video soon.  Hope your day is fabulous.

Thanks so much for your visit!

s_therese

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16 comments

Shelly April 8, 2017 - 09:20

Wow! These are gorgeous, Therese!

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Dorothy Mutafopulos April 8, 2017 - 11:09

So in love with these new dies from Altenew they are so amazing and your card is fabulous too!!

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barbara lassiter April 8, 2017 - 11:58

I would never have thought of using the inside pieces of the die as you did. I would have tossed them or created an inlay as you mentioned. However, your cards are stunning and it was worth the effort!

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Therese Calvird April 9, 2017 - 04:07

Thanks so much Barbara

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Anne Sturgeon April 8, 2017 - 12:12

Glad you persevered. They both are gorgeous. Love the color.

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Tracey Magner April 8, 2017 - 12:43

WOW and OMG, These cards are STUNNING !!! I think this is the most interesting video I have ever watched. I have to get this die for sure, I can and will do the first card, I loved it so much and even though I loved the second card just as much I don’t know if I would have the patience like you did, that was truly amazing. Thanks for sharing this.

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Therese Calvird April 9, 2017 - 04:05

I know, I know, I think this is one of my favourite dies from this release and it looks fabulous on it’s own as well as with it’s ‘A’ side. thanks so much for your lovely comments, Hope you have a great and crafty day, Hugs Therese

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Daylene S April 8, 2017 - 12:45

These cards are beautiful! I love that you used the negative image of the dies. I have these dies on my wishlist and hopefully can get them soon to play with! Thanks for sharing!

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Lindar C April 8, 2017 - 13:51

I enjoyed your video so much! I ALWAYS think of a better way to do something half way through. I’m glad you showed that. Both cards are so beautiful.

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Therese Calvird April 9, 2017 - 04:06

thanks so much Lindar, at least everybody else knows how ‘not to do it’ lol.

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Vicki Finger April 8, 2017 - 18:05

Nice to know you’re human and make mistakes like the rest of us!

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Therese Calvird April 9, 2017 - 04:07

hahaha, I am very human Vicki x

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Teresa Doyle April 8, 2017 - 18:33

Absolutely beautiful daisies and the cards are both really lovely!

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Billie A April 9, 2017 - 14:54

Beautiful. Awesome dies and images.. I love paper craft and products.

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Deborah Frings April 12, 2017 - 09:29

I have to write and say just how much I enjoyed your video! You would never have guessed from the finished cards, just how much “fun” you had creating them. Thank you for sharing. They really are beautiful.

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Carol Love April 13, 2017 - 03:19

Beautiful cards cleverly using die pieces from what’s ever left over from the original die cut. Very inventive!

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