Pampered Pet Partial Die Cut

Woof! I just had to give a little bark for this cute card! The feisty pup is stamped directly onto the card base with VersaMark ink and heat embossed with White Embossing Powder.

Next, a panel is prepared by adhering a 2 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ piece of Sahara Sand to a 2 3/4″ x 5 1/2″ piece of Lovely Lipstick (retired color). Center this panel onto the card base, over the feisty pup. It will partially cover the pup. Don’t adhere to the card base yet! Be careful to line the panel up with the top and bottom of the card base. Line up the die from the Pets Dies that matches the pup. Using removable tape, tape the die to the panel so that it remains in the correct position while die cutting. Remove the panel from the card base and go ahead and run through the die cutting machine.

Cut a 3/4″ x 5 1/2″ strip of some pretty patterned paper and adhere to the fold side of the card base. Now, place dimensionals onto the back of the prepared and die cut panel (be sure to add the dimensionals to the back side!), then adhere to the card base, making sure to line up with the feisty pup, and the top and bottom edges of the card base.

If you want to stamp the greeting directly onto the panel, do that before adding the dimensionals or stamp onto a strip of matching cardstock and adhere to the panel.

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Supply List

Pampered Pets Bundle

 

 

Versamark Pad

 

$9.50

 

 

Heat Tool (Us And Canada)

 

 

Stampin' Dimensionals

 

 

Remember to Redeem your Bonus Codes from July if you earned them!

The new Stampin’ Cut and Emboss Machine will be available to order starting on September 1. This machine has a wide 6″ platform that works with all Stampin’ Up! dies and embossing folders. Includes 1 Base Plate (Plate 1), 1 Die Plate (Plate 2), 2 Cutting Plates (Plate 3), and 1 Specialty Plate (Plate 4).

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