Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Spot Color Word Diecuts with Betsy Veldman


Make It Monday this week features Betsy and 'Spot Word Diecuts'. 
This is a wonderful way to hi light a sentiment, and I plan to do it again.
First I found a line stamp or two, and then a word die with some weight, as 
Betsy showed us in her video.


So happy to use Butterfly Blooms for the first time, along with it's companion set: A Bit More
Butterfly Blooms. I just had to try Lexi's Flat Photography with this card.

Play along all week on PTI's Blog!


If you like any of the sets I've used, just click the stampset below.
It will take you directly to the PTI store to purchase.
Thanks for visiting today. Happy Crafting!



11 comments:

  1. Absolutely BEAUTIFUL Nancy!! Your "happy" stands out perfectly and I love the colors you chose! Beautiful photography too using Lexi's tips...I did it for my card for the Blog Hop tomorrow and was very happy with how it turned out using her tips. :0)

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  2. Love how beautifully your sentiment stands out. Gorgeous colors and card, Nancy.

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  3. This is stunning Nancy! I love the stamps you chose and the colors you used. Your word die stands out perfectly! Happy day, my friend!

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  4. Those beautiful black butterflies and the pops of vivid color are amazing! Wow, this is extra pretty Nancy!!

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  5. This is AMAZING!!! Your black butterflies with the vivid color are just beautiful!!

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  6. Those stamps work so perfectly for your black and white base. And I love the gorgeous colors for the sentiment, such a bright, happy design!

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  7. Good job coloring your large die with bright, cheery colors allowing it to be read better against the darling butterfly and foliage stamps.

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous! Love those pretty butterflies and the amazing pop of color with the sentiment!

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  9. Nancy, your cards always blow me away! Love this stunning card - super gorgeous colors, and the bold black is perfection!

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  10. Beautiful, Nancy! Your bright color sentiment really stands out.

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