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  • Writer's pictureBonnie Crane

Make It Again Monday featuring Picket Fence Studios’ JOY WORD DIE

Updated: Dec 13, 2022

Hello everyone! I definitely have a soft spot for die cut sentiments and Picket Fence Studios' Joy Word Die is a favourite! I love the chunky font ... big and bold! I am showcasing JOY on three beautiful Christmas tag snowflakes that could be used as a tree ornament! A second gift!

  • Bristol Smooth card stock was ink blended using Life Changing Blender Brushes with Distress Oxide inks; a light, mid and dark tone for each colour combination. The light and mid tone were used on the panels that the snowflake detail dies would be cut from and the mid and dark tone for the snowflake background.

  • The panels for Snowflake Frost was inked with combinations of Fossilized Amber, Squeezed Lemonade and Vintage Photo.

  • The panels for Snowflake Prism was inked with combinations of Peeled Paint, Rustic Wilderness and Forest Moss.

  • The panels for Snowflake Crystal was inked with combinations of Peacock Feathers, Unchartered Mariner and Chipped Sapphire.

  • All the panels were stamped with Versamark ink using Hark, the Angels Sing and embossed in gold.

  • The detail die was used to cut the lighter embossed panels and black card stock four times. The black snowflakes were stacked and the embossed snowflake was off set on the stack.

  • The background die was used to cut the darker embossed panels and white card stock. After the embossed snowflake background was adhered to the white die cut, the stacked detail snowflake was attached to it. The snowflakes were punched with a Crop-a-dile hole punch.

  • The Joy Word Die was used to cut both gold foil and black card stock and the foil word off set on the black one. The sentiment was adhered to the snowflakes with Extra Wide Foam Tape.

  • The angels from Angels Sing To Newborn King were stamped with Black Hybrid Ink and Copic coloured. The wings were painted with Paper Glitz Sparkle . The angels were cut with the coordinating dies and adhered to the Joy die cut with foam dots.

  • Metallic gold embroidery floss was used for the tag's tie.

  • A bow of gold, wired ribbon was attached to the tie's knot.


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