First Edition 8x8 Love story
papers, torn edge dies, movie dies, Boutique dies, A4 foam
Dovecraft Bohemian sequins, glitter
card, Acetate, Sentiment Stamp Set, Card Blank
1. Cut two 14cm squares of
foam, and then die cut 4 of the smallest torn edge dies on your foam to make a
four panelled window.
TIP Cut 4 of the torn edge dies onto scrap paper,
then place on the foam to act as a template to make your window shape. Secure
your template with washi tape to ensure your die cuts remain symmetrical.
2. Cut a 14.5cm square from
the Love Story paper pad, place on to your die cut foam and with a pencil, make
a mark in each corner of where you will have your die cut shape so that your
die cut correlates with your foam.
3. Place the torn edge die on
your paper, use the marks you have made to line up the torn edge die and cut
the four squares. Adhere a piece of 14cm square acetate to the back of the
4. Cut a 15cm square of Love
Story paper to match your first piece and glue this to your card blank, adhere
the foam to the card.
5. Die cut a selection of the
stars and shoes from the First Edition die sets, place into the squares of
foam. Add some buttons and sequins to the other squares to add colour and
TIP You can personalise your card for a range of occasions, just use different
die cuts to achieve a new them!
6. Adhere the acetate and backing paper to the
top of the foam using double sided tape, ensuring it is sealed all the way
around your foam squares to hold your embellishments.
7. Die cut some stars and
shoes to decorate the top of the shaker card.
8. Stamp the ‘Happy birthday’
sentiment on white card stock, cut out and mount onto a slightly bigger piece
of glitter card, adhere to the centre of
What a great way to
compile a selection of your favourite die cut embellishments in one! This design is so versatile, you can reuse it for a range of
occasions and with our selection of gorgeous die cuts, the possibilities are
endless. We’d love to see how you’ve been inspired by this tutorial so make
sure to upload your makes to the project gallery!