Monday, July 21, 2014

Scrolly Bow

Hello Die-Versions Fans,

Today I am going to share with you a card I made using a new die from the July Christmas Release and an older Christmas die.  I think they go together perfectly!! 

For this card I cut out the "Christmas Word Tree" Whispers in shiny green paper.  Then I cut out the "Scrolly Bow" in red shiny paper.  I started with a sage green piece of cardstock for the base of the card and I inked the edges with Golden Glitz ink.  Next I took a piece of brown patterned paper and cut it to 5 1/4 inches by 4 1/4 inches, used the Golden Glitz to ink the edges and then placed it on the card off kilter.  I cut off the brown paper hanging over the edge and then inked those clean cut edges.  Next I took a 4 inch by 4 inch square of sage green patterned paper, inked the edges with the gold ink and placed that on top of the brown paper.  Then I took the "Christmas Word Tree" and placed that in the center of the green patterned paper.  Next I took the "Scrolly Bow" and placed that on the base of the tree.  Don't they look like they were made for each other?  Next I took some of the gold ink and inked the star, and then I placed the Bo Bunny metallic brads at the bottom of the card and the Bo Bunny 25 Embellishment at the top of the card.  So what do you think?  Don't the Tree and the Bow go together perfectly?

Please be sure to stop by the Die-Versions Blog to see what the other talented Design Team Members have created!  And be sure to post your creations to the Die-Versions Facebook page, we love to see what you have made just as much as you like to see what we on the Design Team make!!  We all learn from each other!!

I hope I have inspired you to create something beautiful today!!

Thanks for stopping by!!


  1. Great combination of dies Lori! I love your card.

  2. Great job Lori! Love the combo of dies.

  3. This is so beautiful, Lori!! I love the Christmas Word Tree!! The Scrolly Bow goes perfectly with this!! Gorgeous card!!

  4. Beautiful! Love the Scrolly Bow, and you are right - it DOES go perfectly with that word tree! Great job - hugs...