Hey everyone! Hope you are doing well in your home. I am good too. All of us are in self isolation except my husband who is working. He is a doctor and hence very much needed at the hospital at this time of crisis. All stocked up for couple of months as everyday goes by the curfew rules are getting tighter and tighter. Everyone self isolating will help stop the spread of the infection. What are you all doing while at home? I am certainly crafting more. Hence I am here sharing couple of cards I made using Simon Says Stamp Just Because Word Mix 2 stamp set from Lucky To Know You collection with nested circle die set.
These cards are simple and easy to make. The colours and contrast sentiment with plenty of white space makes a big impact on these cards. I trimmed five white panels and die cut five consecutive circles out of them starting from the second largest die onwards. The largest circle die cut negative panel is the card front. I sponged distress inks on rest of the panels just inside of the circle die cut. Then I layered and glued them. I stamped the sentiment from Just Because Word Mix 2 stamp set in black on the card front and adhered the layered panel on the card front. A few rhinestones to finish off the card.
For the second card, I used the die cut circles leftover from die cutting the panels for the first card. I sponged distress inks on the circles, layered glued with stamped die cut sentiment in the middle which is propped up using foam adhesive. The whole layered sentiment circles are adhered on white panel which is mounted on white card base using foam adhesive. Again a few rhinestones to finish off the card.
So one card has circles nested inwards and the other has circles layered out. They have their own dimension. I will add another photo of the cards taken sidewards to be able to see the different dimension. I will take the photo tomorrow and add to these below.
Thank you very much for taking the time to visit my blog today. Stay put at home to stop the spread of the infection. Remember we are all in it together. We can overcome this pandemic! Take care!