One Die with Two Different Themes


Hi readers! Happy Tuesday! I always enjoy seeing the beautiful things Yoonsun Hur makes and today is no exception! She cleverly shows in the duo of cards how to easily use color and scene setting to stretch your dies into every season! Read on to learn more & enjoy!


Hello crafty friends, happy Tuesday!! I am so excited to share my cards with you! Today I have two different themed cards using the Birch Tree Window die.

For my first card, I made an autumn card.
1) Die cut the Birch Tree Window from the centre of the watercolor paper panel.
2) Die cut some tiny leaves from a separate watercolor paper using the Stitched Leaf Wreath die.
3) Adhered all leaf die cuts on the birch tree window panel using the fine-tip glue pen.
4) Ink blended on the panel with Crushed Olive, Wild Honey, Victorian Velvet Distress inks using mini ink blending tool, and then lightly brushed the panel using a wet paint brush.
5) Watercolored the birch trees and leaves using Hero Arts Watercolor Wheel.
6) Adhered the acetate sheet to the back of the birch tree window panel using double-sided tape. Allow this to dry completely.
7) Stamped and watercolored the images from the Secret Garden set, and then die cut them with the matching dies.
8) Die cut the grass hill from watercolor paper using the Stitched Slopes and Hills dies, ink blended it with Crushed Olive Distress ink, added water droplets.
9) Heat embossed the sentiment from the Autumn Greetings set on black card stock in white, then cut it the small banner.
10) Positioned some autumn colored sequins on the back of the birch tree window panel, then applied foam tape around the edges of the shaker window.
11) Mounted all elements as shown to an A2 sized card base using foam tape.




For my second card, I made a Christmas card with the same Birch Tree Window die. I decorated the shaker window panel with the snowflakes and snowman instead of autumn leaves.



Thanks for reading today, and thanks to Yoonsun for being our guest!


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  1. Love the cards Yoonsur! Great job making two different cards with the same die. I love your little snowman card. Thanks for sharing.

  2. That birch window die is on my wish list! Fabulous examples of getting the most from this beautiful die!!

  3. Just thought I would give you heads up on one of your products. Your stamptember NUTS ABOUT YOU just sold on ebay for 123.50 . The sooner you get this back in Stock the more revenue you will make. It seems this would be a great loss to your company.

  4. it’s lovely to see two such completely different versions of the basically the same card – it opens the mind to what else you can do. Wonderfyl work,

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