Sunday, November 17, 2013

Experiment Part III

Part III of the experiment is Layered Die-Cut Inlay.  I could have tried something complicated like a poinsettia, but after the epic failure from faux quilling I decided to try something conservative - ornaments.  Here they are:

I am a big fan of matching die and stamps.  For this particular one, I have had the die from Impression Obsession for quite a while then one day I saw this matching stamp set so I grabbed it immediately.  It looks as if the ornament on the right is on top of the one on the left but they are all on the same level.  If you touch the card it feels one layer.  Amazing, and love it!

My card is entering the following challenges:
Jingle Belle Rocks - Christmas tradition (mine is adding more and more ornaments to the tree, what about you?)
Hiding in My Craft Room - Die cuts
My time to craft - baubles
Jo's Scrap Shack - Anything Goes
Sister Act Challenge - Anything Goes
Creative Fingers - Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Super pretty card! LOVE the ornaments! They look fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing with us over at HIMCR!!!

  2. Oh this is super, what a great card, Love the colours you went for. Thanks for playing with us on My Time to Craft this week, Hazelxox

  3. Great CAS card. Thanks for joining us over at Creative Fingers Challenge Blog.
    ~ Denise DT ~

  4. What an awesome inlaid effect ... so glad you shared your holiday tradition with us at jingle belles.

  5. what a lovely holiday card, and the perfect use of that fabulous inlaid diecut technique! (& YES, i have a huge and ever-growing ornament collection dating back to my childhood!) :) thanks for sharing your favorite holiday traditions with us at JINGLE BELLES!

  6. Lovely card Joyce. Thank you for joining the challenge at Creative Fingers.

  7. What a pretty holiday card! Love the ornaments! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Hiding In My Craft Room for our Die Cut challenge. Hope to see you again next week (or this week ;) ). (and Good Luck!!!)

    Kathy HIMCR DT