Monday, March 17, 2014

Crochet Lace

Good morning, and Happy St. Patrick's Day!  
Today is my day to post here on the Die-Versions Blog, and I've chosen to showcase the beautiful 'Crochet Lace' Die.  I've used this border die in three ways, to give an idea of the versatility of this, 
or any of the Die-Version border dies.

First up is the border used diagonally.  I think it really pops against the colors, don't you?  Love the diagonal look, and can't wait to use it again!

Image is digi from Bugaboo Stamps. Sentiment and Butterflies are from GKD. Image colored with Copics.

Who can resist a CAS card?  
This card uses the 'Crochet Lace' Die as a 'ruffle' under the sentiment. 
Flower is from Amuse Studio, Button Candies from Stampin'Up, sentiment unknown.


Last, but not least, the 'Crochet Lace' die was used here on the side.  
I've offset the image, to give the die a bit more of a showcase.
Image is from Amuse Studio. Inks are Tim Holtz Distress and Versafine Black.


'Crochet Lace' is one of my favorite dies from Die-Versions.  It cuts so beautifully, the cardstock nearly falls out of the die, and it is such a pretty embellishment on a card.

Thanks for stopping by today!  I hope you'll pop over to the Die-Versions store, and check out all of their amazing dies.  We'd love for you to follow our blog, as well. There is daily inspiration right here for all!

Have a great day,
Patti J.

3 comments:

  1. Patti ~ I love your three examples of how to use the crochet lace die! That die is so sweet and you really showcased how versatile it is!!

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  2. All three of your cards are absolutely gorgeous, Patti!! I love how you've used the beautiful Crochet Lace die in three creative ways!!

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  3. I've managed to get a few Die-Version dies recently, and must say I love them! This is another for my wish list!

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