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Monday, October 14, 2013

Christmas Cover Up Die

Welcome to Day 2 of the Lil' Inker Designs holiday release! If you are following along in the blog hop, you should have come from our guest designer's blog Jeanne Jachna! Isn't her work terrific?  If you'd like to start at the beginning, visit Laura's blog.

Today I am showcasing a new Christmas Cover Up Die!  It is very detailed and I think you're going to like it!


Glassine Christmas 1

Pretty cool die, huh!?  I die cut the Christmas Cover Up Die from patterned paper and attached it to a glassine bag.  I also die cut the medium sized new Jingle Bell and popped it up with dimensionals.


Glassine Christmas Side


The sentiment "to you and yours" and that pretty orange snowflake are included in the new Joyful Jolly Stamp set. Inside the bag I have a cookie!  It is a quick & easy gift!  The bag is closed with the clothes pin.


Christmas Cheer 1.3

I also used this cover up die on the front of a card.  I die cut the cover up die from a piece of glitter cardstock (I used a metal shim since the paper is a little thick and it worked perfectly!)  You don't need to add much to the card because the cover up die stands easily on its own.  


Christmas Cheer Above

I added a few strands of colorful twine from The Twinery and that wonderful Lil' Inker Snowflake Die, die cut from white glitter paper, that I popped up with dimensional.  

The new products that I featured in this post are: 





It's time to send you on for more inspiration from the team!  Your next stop on the hop is over to Karen's blog!  Don't forget to leave a comment for your chance to win one of two gift certificates to the Lil' Inker Designs store!!

Supplies
Glassine Bag
Stamps: LID Jolly & Joyful Sentiments
Dies: LID Jingle Bell Dies, Cover Up Die: Christmas
Twine: Solid Maraschino from The Twinery
Patterned Paper: Lily Bee Designs Head over Heels

Card
Dies: LID Cover Up Die: Christmas, Snowflakes Die
Twine: Solid Blossom, Caribbean, Peapod, Pink Sorbet from The Twinery
CardstocK: PTI Aqua Mist, DCWV Glitter Blue & White

40 comments:

  1. Darling bag and card.... love the Jingle Bell dies and that fabulous Cover Up die! Fabulous new stamps and dies!!!

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  2. I love your idea to use the cover up die with a glassine bag! Very cute idea and I love that the new coverplate can be portrait or landscape.

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  3. Jen, I just adore the glitter paper cover plate card!!! I have oodles of that paper and I'm going to try that out! (and it looks perfect with the twine and the snowflake die!)

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  4. Wow! I'm in love with these cards! Great job!

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  5. I love your terrific cover up cards. TFS.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    designsbydragonfly.blogspot

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  6. Love that die in glitter and I super love the color scheme of your first card. Fantastic job!

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  7. I love how you made a cover for the glassine bag. Well done and sensational new dies...wow

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  8. I love your cards! Beautiful colours! :)

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  9. Jen these are both AMAZING!!!! I love love love how you made a treat bag and used patterned paper. I'm totally doing this for Keith's teachers! And using the glitter cardstock for the second card? Mind blown! it's gorgeous!!! Your twine and snowflake details are perfect! WOW!
    Laura

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  10. Awesome projects! That die shines all by itself, especially with the glitter paper!

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  11. Love the die on the bag and your card is gorgeous!

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  12. Wonderful cards--I like your choice of papers on both.

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  13. Lots of things I like here - the glittery goodness - the rainbow of color twine with the fringy ends, and that pop of color on your goodie bags from the bell and banner! Wonderful way to show these off Jen!

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  14. Love that die cut background, looks so great in project cards or treat bags.

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  15. Oh, so beautiful and delicate the vellum bag project!

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  16. Love the cover up die. Makes cardmaking look so easy. TFS

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  17. I love how you used this die with paper other than cardstock...wonderful effect.

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  18. What a fun way to decorate a glassine bag, love it!

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  19. Thanks for showing the Cover-Up in different papers. And how cool to use it to decorate a bag! Love your polka dot bell.

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  20. What a beautiful showcase of the new release; your treat bag really highlights the lovely detail of the cover-up die, and the polkadot bell is simply darling! Your card: charming! what a wonderful visit I've had at your site!
    c

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  21. Love all the little extras you added to these cards :)

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  22. I LOVE this cutting plate die - talk about a spectacular way to create quick & easy cards that are both beautiful AND postage friendly too! It looks sensational all glittered up! I have never tried a metal shim before with glittered cardstock, might have to try that sometime... thanks for the tip! Oh yeah, the clip is cute too!

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  23. I love your paper choices with this die, Jen - great projects today :o)

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  24. Love your samples using the new dies! Thanks for the inspiration. :D

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  25. The glassine bag looks fantastic. That chevron patterned paper cut with the Cover Up Die looks amazing.

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  26. Love your cards. I just purchased this sheet word die last night and cant wait for it to come. I love the design and color choices for your cards.

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  27. That cover up die is great and you used it so beautiful. Thanks for showing.

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  28. I have a new favourite from this release now. That cover up die is gorgeous. I love how is looks on your glassine bag.

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  29. The cover-up die looks FAB cut from patterned paper, and I LOVE your "scarf" of twine, wrapped around the neck of the glitter version...

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  30. Oh my goodness, your cards are so adorable! Love the use of the new cover up die with the patterned paper, so cute!

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  31. thanks for showing so many ways to use this die. It is on my "must have" list. It makes a bold statement without a lot of fussy cutting. Thanks for sharing.

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  32. What a great way to use the die...a cookie bag. LOVE it!!! I also love the glitter and color you used on the second card.

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  33. Wow - that cover up die is gorgeous - great projects!

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  34. Gorgeous! Love the look of it on the bag!

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