Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Create Your Card - Create A Double Diecut Card

 Welcome back for a new video.  This week I will be showing how to a double diecut.

This technique is another one that I have seen using metal diecuts. And of course I had to figure out how you can do this Design Space.

 Use two rectangles to make there window for the shaker. I sized one at 5.5 x 4.25 and the smaller at 4 x 2.75.

Choose your font. You want this font to be bold and chunky. I used Close To My Heart Artiste font and changed to bold. Use letter spacing to move the letters closer. If you can't get them to overlap how you want, separate the letters.

Once you have your words overlapping the way you want, weld together.

Add you second text. I am using Close To My Heart Art Philosophy font. Line up so you can still read the main text. You may have to change the size to achieve this. Make sure to duplicate and slice.

 Line up the text and weld. Remember to overlap so it is one piece.

  I used image #M3F34A for the gears. I sized them at .5 inches. When I cut this small or detailed, I use intricate cut cardstock custom setting.

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Stamps -
   B1419  Joyful Birthday

Paper -
   X254  Cards And Envelopes
   1385  White Daisy Cardstock
   X5930  Slate Cardstock
   X7195B  Jackson Paper Pack

Ink -
   White StazOn Ink Pad

Other -
   Z1790  Artiste Cricut Cartridge
   Z1686  Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge
   Z1151  3D Foam Tape
   Z679  Liquid Glass

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