I had so much fun creating the thank you inlay technique cards with the January 2016 Simon Says Stamp Card Kit that I created five more inlay style cards using components from the kit! I've already created seven cards with the January Kit and I still have so much product leftover! That's my kind of card kit!
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I absolutely love the way the Doodlebug Polar Pals patterned papers from the kit work with the cardstock colors included in the kit. The aquas, purples, blues, and grays look amazing together. After having so much fun with the thank you cards from yesterday's post, I decided to do a little more inlay work, this time creating a dimensional inlay panel to fit on these top fold card bases. The technique is so easy and you can create a whole collection of cards so quickly and easily!
For the cardstock panels, I die cut the cardstock in the kit with the largest Stitched Rectangle Die and the new Stitched Heart Collage Die. I die cut six patterns of the Doodlebug Polar Pals patterned papers using the Stitched Heart Collage Die as well.
To create the dimensional inlay panel, I applied strips of foam adhesive to the back of each panel and then flipped it over and adhered the hearts inside the die cut areas. The hearts stick to the adhesive! I removed the backing on the foam adhesive and adhered each panel to a top fold card base.
These would make a great gift or send them out for birthdays, to friends or family who need a smile, or even as non-traditional colored Valentine's! I love cards that can work for many occasions!
V I D E O T U T O R I A L
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S I M I L A R P R O J E C T S
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