Today I'm sharing a few cards I made using the new City Landmark die sets from Tonic Studios. I've used my favourite sets on these three - Paris, and the stunning Ornate Metro Sign. I've also used the City Skyline which can be used alongside all of these die sets.
I have another post later today using the Dot & Drop die sets which also includes some exciting news 😊
This is a card I made for the launch of the new Dot & Drop die sets from Tonic Studios.
For this I used the lovely Entwined Leaves and added a flower I made using white foamiran coloured with Distress Inks, the die used is Woodland Aster from the Beautiful Blooms range also by Tonic Studios.
This Dot & Drop die makes it so easy to make a quick and simple, but effective card 😊
There are four other dies in the Dot & Drop range which I'll share in some more blog posts in the coming days.
So today is the day these fabulous die sets are being launched and I thought I'd share something a little different I made using them - a double height/width frame 😊
It's as easy to make as a single one, just a little covering up of joins 😉
You could keep extending it to have them as wide or as long as you want.
Available today from Create & Craft, shows starting at 11am, tune in for demos and inspiration from some amazing makes from the Design Team 😊
Sharing another Shadow Box project today made for the launch on Friday. I made this one into a card which could be then saved as a keepsake after the event.
I've loads more ideas to try out with these dies. If you check out the Tonic blog and their social media pages you'll find lots of amazing inspiration from the Design Team.
Tune in on Friday March 3rd at 9am on Create & Craft TV to see what's available and what you can do with these great sets 😊
Ribbons, pearls & paper swirls; just some of the pretty items I like to use to embellish my paper crafts.
I love taking simple materials such as card or paper and transforming them into bespoke three dimensional card art.
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