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Kaisercraft Die-Cut Inlays
Using die-cuts offers you loads of options for creativity. They are versatile and beautiful and each time you use them you can create a different look. I love creating and assembling inlays for my die-cuts using patterned paper and inks. Let’s take a look at how easy it is to create this stunning effect.
Die-cut your flower and butterfly out of smooth white cardstock. Ink the die-cuts in a colour of your choice. Use the direct to paper technique to ink your die-cuts.
Keep the inside pieces of the die-cuts once you remove the cut shape from the die. Ink the pieces in another colour and leave to dry or heat set.
Make sure that you have all the pieces that fit inside the die-cut shape. Loosely place them inside the die-cut.
Ink a piece of white cardstock and cut into a shape of a tag. Adhere the die-cut piece onto the tag shape and adhere the pieces inside the die-cut to fill in the openings.
Create the same effect with your butterfly die-cut on a second tag.
I love the look of filling in the inner pieces – it gives a beautiful dimensional effect.