Berry Branch wafer die will produce a curved die-cut that you can bend a little bit and glue around circular or oval die-cut windows.
You can also make a wreath for a large format card using Berry Branch wafer die if you want to. Although the ways to use this decorative festive die are endless.
The Cardmaking Process
- To make these C6 cards, I first die-cut the front panels using a couple of dies from Fluted Oval Classic die set and the Spellbinders die cutting machine.
- Then, I die-cut the branches out of white cardstock using Berry Branch wafer die.
- Using a blending brush, I applied Evergreen Bough, Twisted Citron, Rustic Wilderness Distress Inks over the die-cuts.
Next, I glued all the pieces of the birdhouse together and I applied Walnut Stain Distress Ink around the edges.
- Using Memento Black Ink, I stamped one of the little birds from Winter Birds stamp set on smooth white cardstock and I added colours using Copic Ciao alcohol markers.
- I fussy cut the bird images using scissors and I adhered them on the front panel using dimentinoal foam pads.
- To add a glossy accent to the bird eye, I used Black Sakura Glaze pen and I also added little lines and dots over the image using a White Sakura gel pen.
- I glued the panels onto C6 top folding cardbases and as everything was looking a bit simple, I die-cut another Berry Branch out of SSS Matte Gold cardstock. Then, I trimmed different pieces out of it to glue them around the frame.
- To embellish, I used Postbox Red Vintage Nuvo Drops and Rubhbar Crumble Nuvo Drops and Autumn Sky Sequins.
- The sentimnet was stamped using Versafine Onyx Black Ink over white smooth cardstock and I also added a backing panel made using SSS Matte Gold cardstock.
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