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.
measures 5 1/2" x 6"
In it's "original" state.
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.
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.
Vicki has created a very rich card with her choice of the jewel colors layered over dsp.
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!
This might take some time to figure out - but the lattice die is in there several times. This is wonderfully creative.
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?
Using the die in its 'original' state, Sandy has punched out hearts for the corners - wow!
Definitely a fabulous Easter card. I also love the Easter lilies that Lisa created.
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!