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Inlaid Die Cutting Picture Tutorial

Vintage Leaves Stampin' Up! Card

 Do you love a stamp set that can be used for more than one Stamping Technique?  Yes, me too!  Today's Inlaid Die Cutting Picture Tutorial really showcases the Vintage Leaves Bundle.  But the Vintage Leaves Bundle is equally beautiful using the Emboss Resist TechniqueSimple Stamping and more.

Inlaid Die Cutting Picture Tutorial

Inlaid Die Cutting Tutorial


Inlaid Die Cutting is a bit like building a puzzle.  You need 2 layers for your base.  The bottom layer should be slightly smaller than the top layer.  For today's card the Whisper White layer (bottom) is 4-1/8" x 4-1/8" and the Kraft Corrugated layer (top) is 4-1/4" x 4-1/4". 

Card Technique

 Next, begin building both the "puzzle board" and the "puzzle pieces".  Start by stamping the Oak leaf on Old Olive Card Stock with Cherry Cobbler Ink.  Then, cut the leaf with the Leaflets Framelits.  And finally, cut the oak leaf once more on the corrugated paper.  Set aside your corrugated leaf, because you're sure to use it on another cute project.

Vintage Leaves Inlaid Die Cutting

 Place the Oak leaf in the cut out and repeat the process with the Maple Leaf.

Vintage Leaves

 Repeat until your "puzzle" is complete.

Inlaid Die Cutting Technique

 Adhere the front piece to the back piece using plenty of adhesive and put your "puzzle" together.

Vintage Leaves

 The final results are very satisfying.

Friday Mashup

 The Friday Mashup Challenge was either this Card Sketch or the Inlaid Die Cuts Technique or both.  


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Have a fabulous day,





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What a stunning card. I love the colors and papers you used, they all complement each other beautifully. Terrific job mashing up the challenge!

Thanks for playing along with us at The Friday Mashup!

Heidi Baks

What fun images to use with the inlaid technique. I just adore how you pulled your whole card together - so lovely. Thanks for joining us at the Friday Mashup this week.

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