This is post 1 of 2 for me today…click HERE for the Final Release Day for Neat & Tangled.
Do you make shaped cards?
I generally don’t but this Exclusive Die from Top Dog Dies makes it so easy:
It is absolutely made for card makers, you gotta love that!
I teamed it up with the new
One of my favorites. I tend to die cut them in vellum, love that look! For added contrast I used enamel dots for the centers of the blooms!
My color combo is inspired by the current
I used the new Label Me set for the sentiment.
PTI Orange Zest
PTI Raspberry Fizz
I dry embossed the main panel with Lifestyle Crafts polka folder.
Hope you’re having a great week!
19 thoughts on “Exclusive Dies from Top Dog Dies: Pretty Petals Birthday Wishes”
P/s: I don't do shaped cards coz I'm too lazy…lol
This is soooooooo pretty! Love the pink background with those sweet flowers!
This is gorgeous 🙂
Love love love this! LOVING the shape and the flowers!!!! Do their dies work on spellbinders??
gorgeous card Amy..
So pretty, love all of the pink!
So sweet, loving those new flowers!
Lovely card with pretty embossed dots! So sweet!
I don't make shaped cards very often but this beauty makes me want to! Awesome!
I love shaped cards – and this one is so pretty in pink with those lovely lacey flowers Amy!
I love shaped cards but not so good about using them myself. I love the vellum flowers & the color combo of your pretty card.
love the shaped card and pretty flowers!!!!
Lovely design and thank you for joining the Reverse Confetti color challenge!
Love the shape of your card!!!
Love this. Great collpors and shapes and the added texture/dots are fab.
I hardly ever think to make shaped cards, but I do absolutely LOVE the way they look. This is adorable, Amy! Fabulous spring time color combo and flowers. I think those flower dies would make fun snowflakes, too…although I know we're all sick of snow! 😉 But your vellum use really does make me think of them….
My FAVE!! Love the Pink and Orange and the embossing is so fun!
Love the dies, love your card, so pretty Amy!
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