Stacked Die Cutting Technique & Shaker Card

stacked die cutting technique

Stacked die cutting is such a fantastic way to make your own embellishments.  Add some glossy accents and you’ve got a spectacular little goodie for your card.

I cut strips of Schoolhouse Designer Series Paper from Stampin’ UP! and layered them on a piece of Whisper White card stock.  Then I cut the whole piece down to 5-1/4″ x 4″.

stacked die cutting 1

Next I cut the butterfly out of the middle to create my shaker card.  I ended up with some really beautiful left over pieces from the butterfly I cut out so I created a second card.

stacked die cutting 2

I created a video for you.  These techniques are so simple but they give your cards such a wow factor.  Not to mention they are kind of addicting.  I really enjoyed creating different designs with the different Designer Series Papers from Stampin’ UP!

 


Here are the supplies I used to create these cards.  Please click on any of the images below to purchase them in my online store.

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Comments

  1. Thanks for all the tips and techniques in this little video. I love the stacked sentiments, they just add so much more to the card, and I also love the shaker card information . Love making them but have had a few leakages, so the foam tape is a good tool to have in your work box. Awesome! Thanks for sharing.

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