May 112022

Here’s an easy and quick way to add interest to a sentiment.

The sentiment was first stamped on the card base. Then it was stamped a second time on the aqua cardstock and die cut using this Tri Square Wafer from Simon Says Stamp. To build some thickness and add dimension to the tiles, I cut out three more sets of squares.

All the pieces were glued together forming the tiles. I colored around the edges to create a distressed look and then placed them on the card base sentiment over the corresponding area.

Super fun and fast for a card that can be given to anyone!


Addicted to Stamps and More – “Challenge #429 – Any Occasion”

Cardz 4 Guys Challenge – “#295 D is for…. Die Cuts

Craft Rocket Challenges – “Challenge #92 – Birthday”

Crafting Happiness Challenges – “#123 May: Always Anything Goes”

Die Cut Divas Challenge – “Anything Goes” Using a Die Cut

Happy Little Stampers – “HLS May Anything Goes with Dies”

International Art & Soul – “CH#133: 3 of Something”

Love To Craft Challenge – “LTCCB #68 Anything Goes”

Moving Along With The Times – “Challenge 142 for May: Birthday”

Splitcoaststampers Sketch Challenge – SC905

Happy Crafting!

Stamps: Hero Arts “Birthday (4)”

Papers: PTI Vintage Cream and Aqua Mist

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; Copic:

Accessories: Simon Says Stamp “Tri Square Wafer” Die; SU “Iridescent Pearl”; Washi Tape; Twine

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