Lily Layering Dies Duo

Hello, crafty friends!! I have a couple of cards to share with you today that feature some of the new dies from the latest release!!

These layered dies make pulling card together a breeze!! I can’t get enough!!

We’ll start with the orange one…

I die cut all of the layers of the lily from yellow, orange, dark orange and gold glitter cardstock using the Country Lily Layering Dies. I cut each layer twice, as I wanted two lilies on my card.

I added a gold glitter frame cut from the Rectangle A2 Frames Slim Borders Coverplate to a blue panel cut with the largest of the Double Stitched Rectangle A2 Nested Dies.

The sentiment, from the Easy Expressions Birthday stamp set, was stamped with Cosmopolitan Pink and Noir Ink, then cut out with the Coordinating Die. A few Medallion Gold Sequins finish off the card.

Now for the purple one…

I die-cut all of the layers of the Lily Trio Layering Coverplate Dies from shades of purple and silver glitter paper, then adhered them together.

I trimmed a background panel down to A2 size from blue cardstock and adhered it behind the die-cuts.

This time, I used a sentiment from the Easy Expressions stamp set, stamped with Violet Fringe and Noir Ink. I cut it out with the Coordinating Die and added it to the top, left corner of the card.

That’s it!! Like I said, these cards come together so easily!! All you need to do is add a sentiment and you’re done!!

Thanks for hanging out with me today!!! Have a great day and I’ll see you soon!!!

Brenda

5 thoughts on “Lily Layering Dies Duo

  1. Amanda Steele says:

    Every card Brenda makes is so awesome! The glitter card stock on both cards really added that special touch for sure. Love them and thanks to Effie for creating them.

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