Having saved some foliage die cuts that were cut from Christmas gift packagings (a perfume and a tea box to be exact) because the cardstock colours were too lovely (fresh looking shades of aqua, fuschia and orange) not to be utilized in some way, I had them all laid out for the background on this round tag.
The die cut Love is suspended with thread.
O it’s a happy and busy garden scene with butterflies and lady bugs, plus a bunch of shake-able sequins!
Hanging frame shaker which serves as a card because there’s enough space at the back for a message.
Alphabet stamps are great to work with especially when they are outlined giving you the option to colour in their hollow interiors. And that was what I did.
Offset alpha stamping.
That’s polypropylene in case you’re wondering what PP is. I like to die cut with this material which I save from reusable shopping bags.
Die cut floral background and a hand lettered sentiment.
No spectacle die shouldn’t be used in a “spectacular” way, right?
Just a spectacular way to express best wishes.