Hello crafty friends! It's Zinia here and today I'd like to share with you a bunch of projects I created using the beautiful Spring Meadow Cover Die. This die works amazingly paired with some colorful patterned paper like the Alluring Blooms 6×6 Paper Pack and it can work for many types of projects like cards, scrapbook layouts and more.
To create today's projects, I die cut multiple panels using the Spring Meadow Cover Die. I used a few sheets from the Alluring Blooms paper pack and a sheet of white cardstock.
For my scrapbook layout, I used the leftover outer edge you get after using this die. It's basically a rectangle shape that has a few leaf pieces hanging out. I really loved the way these pieces looked and I thought they'd be perfect to use as decorative frames. I used three of these frames and layered them around my photo to create an interesting composition.
To add some more details, I picked a few white leaf pieces that were cut with this die and scattered them around the page. To finish off the design, I added a large flower I fussy cut from the Alluring Blooms paper and a couple of chipboard pieces from the Live Your Dream Collection.
With the rest of the die-cut pieces, I put together a couple of cards. The first one is a simple panel I die cut off a patterned paper and placed on a white card base. I finished the design with a die-cut sentiment and a stamped sentiment strip.
The second card has a similar idea but I took it a step further by filling some gaps with the inner die-cut images in white. I adhered those pieces with foam dots to add more dimension to the card. I finished the design with a die-cut sentiment from black cardstock.
The next card is the reverse style. I kept my die-cut panel white and filled it in with images cut out of colorful patterned paper, again from the Alluring Blooms paper pack.
For my last card, I mixed a patterned paper base with patterned paper inner images but I made sure to use contrasting colors so the images stand out. I finished the card with a die-cut sentiment and a banner piece from the Live Your Dream ephemera pack to help it stand out against the colorful background.
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