Crafty Adventure Series: Dies (+ Giveaway)
In today’s post, I will cover some of the craft dies I use most in my projects. 🙂
I think everyone has some shape die sets in their collection. I have mostly rectangle, square, and circles. I don’t use oval shapes as much. Although we can use a trimmer to cut down card bases, I love that some of the shape dies have extra details like pierced dots or stitched lines. One of the latest trends has been scalloped shaped dies. Oh, I’m so in love!
Sentiments can be added with stamps, but word dies are quite popular, too! You can get really creative with word dies. Die-cut a few to stack them for dimension. Create shaker cards. Add die-cut word over dark or colored backgrounds. Alphabet sets are great for creating your own words or personalizing cards.
Some popular border dies include clouds and grass for scenes. I also love the scallop pattern ones!
I LOVE COVER DIES! Just like I love background stamps! 😉 My two favorite uses for cover dies are shaker cards or using with specialty paper (like glitter or metallic)
Some other dies I love include butterflies, stag, wreath, skyline, and starry night.
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