A couple cards to share made with the new Simon Says Stamp Grid Border Die...
I found a game app called Stone Flood...so much fun for me...and so makes me think of this die!! The first one I die cut with increased space and color, using four different colored 1' strips behind the grids. Added a Simon Says Stamp sentiment from Handwritten Sentiments. Thanks, Jen...will enter this card into the Moxie Fab Ombre challenge:)!!
The second one...HAD to go with my rainbow, the sentiment from Simon Says Stamp Square Sayings, but wanted an extra row of color. Decided to add a fifth row to the die and this is how...
I first die cut...using my ruler to make sure the die was straight and Eclipse tape to hold it in place.
Then after die cutting once, placed the die OVER 3 of the 4 rows, EXACTLY(really important), cutting over the 3 already cut rows, and cutting only one new row.
It looks like the above pic.
Then I placed 1/4" Scor-tape over the holes...back...
and front. Then die cut the various colors and with tweezers...
placed all the colored squares in the holes...took about 10 minutes...super fun for me...like making a puzzle:):)!! Here's a close up of the squares...
Thanks for visiting me today!! Hugs!! Lisa
Fabulous!!! Lisa I love it!ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous and thanks for the die cutting tip! I hope you're entering the first one in the Moxie Fab Ombre challenge... :)ReplyDelete
are you kidding me ?! you stayed to stuck all those little squares..... you're fabulous. and it was worth it, it's stunning. kissesReplyDelete
Wow, Lisa, this is great! Like you, putting all those little squares back would be fun for me! Both cards are way cool. Can't decide which I like more, so I'll just call it a tie. BevReplyDelete
Fabulous Lisa, your cars are very pretty...ReplyDelete
Two beautiful cards...I love them both!ReplyDelete
I love the look of these cards but putting each little square in place? You have a lot of patience.ReplyDelete
I too love exchanging those tiny die cut pieces for a relaxing experience! I love what you've done with this die - great cards!ReplyDelete
Now that is love......................painstakingly putting all those squares on there. I loooooove it Lisa.ReplyDelete
WOW, WOW, WOW - I am amazed! It doesn't not look easy, but will have to try this because the result is absolutely stunning!ReplyDelete
Oh wow! Amazing cards! Thanks for sharing how you did the rainbow - was wondering about that. It is awesome!ReplyDelete
Seriously? I mean, SERIOUSLY? You are one ca-razy craftin' woman! I totally admire your creativity and perseverance! :) Stunning results!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great tutorial.
Really love your puzzle card! 10 minutes? I can´t believe it!ReplyDelete
I think I have to case it!
Oh, Lisa your technique and colors are out of sight! Thinkin I'm going to have to have a die like this. Love it!ReplyDelete
Geez! That must have taken a while to fill in all those squares and talk about fiddly!! Well worth the time, it looks super colourful and the rainbow makes me happy :0)ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards, Lisa! Love how you added a fifth row and added all those squares one by one! Is there a rainbow challenge somewhere??ReplyDelete
all your creations really rocks. happy to follow youReplyDelete
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You have got to be kidding me! This is seriously extraordinary, Lisa! SO worth the tweezer time!!ReplyDelete
Love this Lisa, I too enjoy piecing the fiddly bits:) Cathy xReplyDelete
wow, looks great! Jo xReplyDelete
Hey Lisa! Thanks for linking this up to the Ombre Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)ReplyDelete
Live the card but I must say you have a lot of patience.ReplyDelete
I do hope you get this. I know this is a long shot. But am looking for the grid border die you used. And am hoping you sell your older stamps and dies. If you still have this die are you willing to sell it! Have a wonderful day.ReplyDelete