Monday, 10 March 2014

Faux Layered Die Cuts - Hello & Chevrons

It is day 1 at the newest class at OnlineCardClasses.com. This time the class is:
"Clean & Simple 3 - One Layered Cards"
 
Today we are shown 3 different Faux tecniques which can be used for One Layered cards. I have chosen to try out the technique shown by teacher Debby Hughes.
 
This is a card made with "Faux Layered Die Cuts".
 
 
See how it is all "layered" into eachother! This gives a completely smooth surface.

 
For my card I have used my homemade Enamel Dots. These are made with Glossy Accents and Nail Vernis. My tutorial has been published in the Scandinavian online magazine The Paper Crafting and you can read it in Danish HERE or in English HERE. The tip is originally from Kim Kesti,
 
 
 
More will probably be coming as this is only day 1 :o)
 
Pia xx
 
 

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13 comments:

  1. What a fun card!! You did a GREAT job with the technique! I didn't know the enamel dots trick, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Skønt kort. Glæder mig til at scrappe kort i aften, og se hvad de har fundet på

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  3. Couldn't understand a word of the text, but the crafting concepts are universal! Great job--definitely learned something new!

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  4. What a happy, colorful card! Great use of the inlay technique.

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  5. Awesome card! Fantastic job with the technique! I love your enamel dots...will have to try out your tutorial and make some for myself :)

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  6. Great job making the technique your own. Love the colors.

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  7. Hey I'm in class too, and I love your colours! They are so cheerful. Great layout!

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  8. This is ADORABLE! Love the colors you chose♥

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  9. Love your card! Going to have to check out the enamel dots tutorial!

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  10. This is so fun! Great job using the technique shown in class today!

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  11. What great colors and such a fun card, great die inlaying!!

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