This post is all about the MFT Die-Namics Abstract Cover-Up Die and some of the fun I had playing with it.
For the first card, I die cut the background from some freezer paper which I then adhered to a piece of watercolour paper. I then took my Gansai Tambi water colours, and a lot of water to create a very soft pastel background. After, I removed the mask, I added some die cut balloons - cut from silver paper and vellum - with some foam tape. Some silver thread and a silver heat-embossed greeting finished the card .
The second card that is completely different - bright colours and inlaid cutting. I die cut the background once from Neenah Solar White cardstock then pieced it all back together again. I flipped it upside down and carefully lined it up on the die before running it through my Big Shot again so that it created more "sections". Before piecing it back together again, I coloured each section with Copics (in rainbow order!) - with a little bit of shading. I added the greeting - heat-embossed with black sparkle powder - on some vellum to the card panel. I was debating whether I should add some sequins but ultimately decided that I wanted the design to be be the focus so I left them off... for now anyways ;)
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