Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Faux lasercut for The Rubber Buggy

Hi everyone!

I'm here with a card for The Rubber Buggy design team.
This was the first time I tried this faux lasercut look technique.

I'm sure you can find really good tutorials on youtube. But in short, you use an intricate diecut and then assemble it intertwined with itself. On this card I only used two diecuts, but if you have a smaller diecut or a larger window you want to use three or four pieces. Below you can see which die I used. The Rubber Buggy carries a number of beautiful dies that you'll do wonderful with this technique, you'll see me do this more :)

Wild Rose Studio - Cutting Die - Butterfly Burst
To add some interest and texture I stamped some cracks in the background and added some flat back crystals. I finished the card by wrapping some ribbon and twine around the bottom for balance. Then I made a small cluster of flowers - super easy :)

Products from the store:
WRS butterfly burst die
White lace w white satin center
Bakers twine, seafoam
WOC 10mm open roses
WOC 15mm open roses 
Flatback crystals
Kaisercraft clear stamp crackle

Now you have the chance to join The Rubber Buggy's design team too!
See the details of the design team call HERE
I promise you'll have a great time :)

Thank you for visiting!

challenges entered:
SSS Monday challenge - No rules
SSS Wednesday challenge - Add a little texture

1 comment:

  1. Stunning work!! Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! - Ashli :)