As Julie said, “Word Die-namics are such a valuable tool as they can be used to create layered die cuts for added dimension, to create peek-a-boo effects, as a mask for different coloring mediums, and so much more. This month, our team is featuring the incredible versatility of word Die-namics.”
So yeah. 🙂 Here I am with some cards that are heavy on the word front!
Let’s do it.
This is card #1.
I am really digging the stacked look with words right now so that’s what I did here. I cut the “Thanks” word from the Many Thanks Die-namics three times from green cardstock and stacked them up, slightly off-setting as I went.
And to give them a little extra kick, I used a white pen to add some dots to a couple of the letters.
I love the dimension that the combination of stacked dies and white dots give the “thanks” word. Looks pretty cool!
And this is card #2.
Can you believe there are five layers of thanks words on this one? Yep, 5 whole layers. I really wanted them to stand out so I stacked them yet again, off-setting them as I went.
And this is card #3.
I decided to do a little something different with this one. Rather than cutting a bunch of words and stacking them, I decided to embellish them by adding some white dots.
I did get daring with the hearts (cut with the Pierced Heart STAX Die-namics) and cut several hearts and layer them together. Thought it looked pretty cool with the thanks word.
OK, so that’s what I have for you today.
Here’s a complete list of MFT products I used to make these cards:
- Many Thanks Die-namics
- Pierced Heart STAX Die-namics
- Pierced Star STAX Die-namics
- Houndstooth Background stamp
- Polka Dot Background
- Jumbo Fishtail Banner STAX Die-namics
As always, thanks for stopping by! And be sure to hit the MFT blog to see who else from the team is sharing projects today.