Thursday, January 9, 2014

Nestled Die Cuts Birthday Tag with Video


I tried something new for this birthday tag.  There are lots of layers of die cuts, but they are all nestled inside of each other, so the result is really a one layer tag.  You can see how to do it the video below.




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11 comments:

Glora said...

I LOVE this! I've never seen anything done quite like this before. Your video was super easy to follow. Thanks for doing it. Awesome job and terrific tutorial! Hugs- Glora

Kim Wallace said...

Love this! Can't wait to try this technique. Thanks for sharing!

snappy scrappy said...

Super neat idea, love it!!! Great video!

Brenda said...

WoW!!! I love this technique!! I will try this one! thanks for sharing!!

Ruthie @ SeptemberNinth said...

Great tutorial/technique Katie!!! All of your cards this week have been really fun!

Ruthie :)

quilt4fun2 said...

Super job on your card and tutorial! What a fun project that turned out so pretty. Your video shows so well how to do it. Thanks for showing how.
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Mimi said...

LOVE this technique and I've never seen it before. Thanks for the video. I'm definitely going to try this! You are toooooo sweet!

Cathy

Kigz said...

You are the best to show how to do this! Once you mentioned putting it together like a puzzle, it was easy to follow for me. I never thought of it step by step like that before. :) Thanks so much, Katie!

Linda Kaiser said...

Great job! love the technique!
Linda

Kim H said...

Katie ~ SHUT THE FRONT DOOR!!! This is how you do it! OMG ~ lots of work but TOTALLY worth it! I LVOE when you do these types of things and video tape it! THANK YOU!! I so need to try this! LOVE it and who ever got this tag had to LOVE it too!

Charity Chamberlain said...

FANTASTIC IDEA! I love this balloon die set and you used them in a unique and clever way! Love it! I also love the way you store the dies! I've been looking for those type of envelopes but can't find them :( Thanks for sharing this awesome idea of puzzling the peices together inside the card base itself!