Hello i-Crafter fans! Lauren here today with a different way to use the i-Crafter circle dies. I love finding new and unexpected ways to use my dies. It really gives you great bang for your buck!
I started off my A2 (4.25×5.5) by creating the back panel of the card. I used synthetic paper, like yupo, with Pink Sorbet, Mojito alcohol inks and Stirling Alloy alcohol ink. I trimmed it to A2 size.
Then, on an A2 sized white cardstock panel, I started positioning and die cutting my circles where I wanted them to be.
Once my circles were cut, I marked the pieces that I wanted to remove.
I then proceeded to adhere the pieces in place on my alcohol inked background. I also die cut the letters for my words using the Alphabet Carly die set from grey cardstock. The happy word came from the Accordion Mini Album die set. I die cut it from extra alcohol inked paper scrap I had left over from creating my background.
To finish off my card, I added some sequins from my stash to bling it up a little more. I hope my card inspires you to try using these circles in different ways.
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