Sunday, 12 June 2016

Tutti Designs - Spring Time Die

Hello, my friends!

I'm here with my first Tutti Designs DT share!

However, before I get to my project, I just want to say a couple of words about these dies.
They are FABULOUS! 

I have a Big Kick, and I often have to use shims when I use wafer dies.
Many times, the intricate dies can be tricky to create with.
The pieces get stuck in the dies, the bits done come out smoothly, and additional tools are needed.

The Tutti Designs dies cut perfectly every time!
The pieces and bits all fall out beautifully, 
saving so much time and effort.
I can just run them through and get to the fun part! :o)

Okay, now on to my project. 
Today I am featuring the beautiful Spring Time die,
which you can find HERE.

Here's a closer look at the beautiful die.
To mat the die cut was very simple.
I just placed the die...flat side down...on a piece of paper, and traced around it. 
I cut it out, and adhered the intricate die on top of it.

Here you can see that the matted die, and the sentiment,
were both popped up on foam tape.

Materials Used:
Papers: Basic Grey - Lucille;
Die: Tutti Designs - Spring Time;
Stamp: Simon Says Stamp - Flower Friend;
Ink: Walnut Stain Distress Ink, Memento - Tuxedo Black;
Ribbon: Celebrate It.

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I'll be back next week with a new project.
In the meantime, here are all the links you'll need:


Susan M said...

Your card is beautiful Nancy. The die is so pretty and that's a great tip for cutting out a mat. I'm glad they are available in UK , I had a look on an online store I use here and looks like there are some beautiful ones. Great to know they cut out well too !

Unknown said...

That's such a pretty die and looks great as the main feature of your lovely card Nancy :-)

Teresa Arsenault said...

Gorgeous card. I love the ribbon and the fancy die cut. hugs, teresa said...

That die is so intricate and beautiful! I've been noticing that you and I have a great deal of the same paper! It's funny looking at your projects and seeing paper that I have in my stash!

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