Tuesday, April 21, 2020

More Interactive Encouragement Cards With Special Dies From Divinity Designs and Concord & 9th

In my newest video I share many interactive encouragement and thank you cards that feature new dies and papers from some favorite companies. The card above was created with the Triple Tier Die Set and Watercolor Paper Pad from Divinity Designs. The sentiment die is a favorite from Sue Wilson. Just look at what happens when the ribbon on top is pulled: 

A second and third tier pulls out with more gorgeous floral paper and lovely sentiments from a free digital set by Queen & Company available here. So many people are feeling so isolated these days so this would be a perfect card to send to a loved one to let them know they are not alone. (If you love the die set and/or paper from Divinity Designs and click the link to order anything, please put my name (Karen Hasheck) in the comments as they do not have affiliate links but did ask for this so they can track anyone I send their way.)

I also show in the video how to make an Endless Infinity Card using a new set from Concord & 9th. This one also features dies from Impression Obsession, Simon Says Stamp and Lil' Inker and more of the colorful Watercolor Paper from Divinity Designs. The Endless Birthday Infinity Die Set from Concord & 9th cuts the pieces to create the circular never ending card and the center decorative pieces, but I wanted to cover the sides with the same paper. I show in the video how I cut the main piece down just a bit with a circle die and ended up with pieces of decorative paper to cover the front with a little border all around. Here is what the other views of this never ending card look like:

We have so many heroes to thank who feed us and deliver to us and continue to serve all of us during these trying times and I am going to use this card to thank everyone at my local grocery store. 


Sue D said...

More pretty interactive cards!

Verna Angerhofer said...

I love that background paper you are using. Sure makes a great card using the dies with them.