Monday, April 7, 2014

Lattice Die



                                    Another versatile die to consider

Here are some samples of the Lattice BigZ die being offered currently in the Stampin' Up! catalog.  In my last blog I showed some samples of the Hexagon Hive die - today I want to feature the Lattice BigZ die. Both of these are so versatile that I felt they each warranted their own post.  
Lattice Stampin' Up! Bigz Die


measures 5 1/2" x 6"
In it's "original" state.
Lattice Stampin' Up! Bigz Die115958
Price$21.95


Lattice Bigz, Stampin' Up!, michelle last, mothers day card, bitty butterfly, little leaves sizzlit

here Michelle has just layered it up on dimensionals to give a 3D effect.  I love the white-on-white - it really makes the gorgeous flowers pop off the card.



Petite Petals meets Lattice Bigz Die-cr

Mary Davidson has used another die to create the window and placed the lattice behind it - isn't it lovely on the grey?  Another striking color statement with the cantaloupe flowers as the only color.



Lattice Bigz Die Cards - Cards on the table with Vicki

Vicki has created a very rich card with her choice of the jewel colors layered over dsp.  



Lattice bigz die edge  and fancy edged envelope

I love this card.  Lydia (http://understandblue.blogspot.com/)  has only used a panel from the die - isn't it stunning over the black with the single, bright red flower.  Check out the wonderful envelope too - what a lovely presentation.  You can send this to me, Lydia!


SU Lattice bigz die

This might take some time to figure out - but the lattice die is in there several times.  This is wonderfully creative.



The Cross on this card was created with the Stampin Up Lattice Bigz die (115958) - cool idea!

Again, with just some parts of the die being used, wouldn't this make a lovely Easter card?
I love the soft cantaloupe color - makes for a very soft, serene card, don't you think?




Cross My Heart with the Lattice Bigz Die and Hearts a Flutter Framelits  - - The top white layer is 4" square.  The red layer underneath is 4 1/8" square; and the card itself is 4 1/2" square.    •emboss Polka Dots on the 4" square?   •To make an envelope for this card, cut an 8" square of DSP or c/s and score it with the Diagonal plate at 3 5/8" in each direction.

Using the die in its 'original' state, Sandy has punched out hearts for the corners - wow!  



Stamps: Delightful Dozen, Wood Grain background  Cardstock: Whisper White, Pool Party, Crumb Cake  Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Pool Party, Chocolate Chip  Other: Basic Pearls, Large Basic Pearl, White Organza Ribbon, Pear Pizzazz Seam Binding Ribbon, Mini Glue Dots, Daffodil Delight Taffeta ribbon, Big Shot, Elegant Bird Bigz die, Lattice Bigz die, Framed Tulips embossing folder, sponge

Definitely a fabulous Easter card.  I also love the Easter lilies that Lisa created.

Stampin' Up! Stamping T! - Christmas Plum Pudding

Oh boy!!!  Chocolate.  How cute is this little basket to hold the candy???  

Was I right?  Is this die versatile... I sure think so.  

Thanks for joining me today - I need to go find some chocolate around here now :-)... see you soon!






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