A few weeks ago I posted a card I had made with the inlay technique; shortly after that, Jennifer Mcguire posted an awesome video and made it a whole lot easier to do! So I decided to try it again, using strips of DSP and two different die sets. I love the effect and love that I got two cards from one set of steps! Here is card one...
I encourage you to watch her video! Here are a few things I did differently from her steps:
- While she used strips of cardstock, I chose to use strips of This and That Epic Day DSP. I also used one of the more solid patterns from that DSP; you can barely make out the inspiring words.
- I also used (and it works great although really sticky!) the MultiPurpose Adhesive Sheets (product number 120805). She recommended a glue stick, but these are great!
Here is the other card I made with the leftovers from card one.
This is a very fun way to use up DSP and use dies a bit differently! I am off to a morning at Motor Vehicles to clear up some paperwork stuff...I have spent hours and hours this weekend reading online, compiling documents, filling out forms and praying I have everything so I can get done in one trip. Wish me luck!
stamps: Loving Thoughts
cardstock: Epic Day This and That, Naturals Ivory
ink: Crumb Cake
other: Circle Framelits Die, Backyard Basics Framelits Die, Modern Label punch, Sycamore Street buttons (retired), Linen Thread, Multipurpose adhesive sheets