Friday, October 30, 2009

Lattice Die Cards

Today I'm featuring the Lattice Die for the Big Shot Die Cutting Machine. This gives such a pretty diecut! For me, it was love at first sight! lol! I can brag on these cards today because I didn't make them; they are all swaps that I received at the Stampin' Up! Convention in August! Lucky me!

The first card was made by my friend Claudia Perry from Georgia! She used the Medallion stamp in Soft Suede for the background layered on a Soft Suede square card, then layers of black, Crushed Curry and the lattice also in Soft Suede. The focal point is a stamp from the Circle Circus set embossed in clear onto a Crushed Curry circle and layered over a scallop circle.

This is such a stunning card! The narrow black layer really sets off the design and the gold brads are a great touch! Thanks for the beautiful card, Claudia!

The second card is made by my friend Gayle Enouen from Norman, OK. Gayle has a different approach (gee, why didn't I think of this!) cutting her lattice die onto a cardfront and keeping the lattice with the background and removing only the inner cuts. She then layered this over Razzleberry Lemonade Designer Series Paper and added inner cuts of Crushed Curry. Small Gold Brads really accent the design! All of this is layered over a Crushed Curry card.

The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes punched out with a Word Window Punch and layered over DSP punched out with the Modern Label Punch.

Another gorgeous card and great idea from a good friend and talented stamp artist! Thanks Gayle!

The third card is from Becky Jensen. Becky used a color scheme of Rich Razzleberry and Old Olive reflected by the Cottage Wall Designer Series Paper she used for both the background and also the flower in the center. The Old Olive cardstock cut with the Lattice die forms a lovely background for the Dahlia-fold flower and the olive in the reverse side of the DSP makes it blend in perfectly.

A medium Ice Rhinestone brad in the center is a sparkly finishing touch for her 4 x 4" square card! Thanks Becky, for a beautiful swap!

I posted a Happy Birthday card I made with the Lattice Die that you can see HERE.

I hope you've enjoyed the cards today from these talented paper artists as well as the focus on the Lattice die!

All products by Stampin' Up!

Happy Friday! Have a wonderful weekend!

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