Sunday, August 23, 2015

Playing with Blue Sky Alphabet Dies by Daniel Flororita



Do you own a set of alphabet dies? Here's how you can maximize them.


Projects by Daniel Flororita 




MONOGRAM GIFT TAGS, NOTE CARD AND MORE

I had so much fun using this die cut set and I was able to create lots of project with this. These are all simple to make. You can use the die cut letters and numbers as embellishment for paper bag favors, note cards, cupcake toppers and gift tags.
 



Here are the supplies list for the monogram gift tags and how I made them.  These tags would be perfect atop packages.

SUPPLIES LIST
Quickutz Blue Sky Alphabet Die Set
Stitched Tag Paper Smooches Die
Simple Stories 6 x 6 Paper Pad Daily Grind
White Cardstock
Small Flower and Leaf Punches
Small Star Punches
Pebbles Stamp Special Delivery Boy Roller Phrase Stamp
Animal Wooden Buttons
Aquamarine Archival Ink Pad
White Gel Pen
AdhesiveFoam Tape and Glue
Scissor
Distress Ink Pads (Ink the edges of the die cut and punched pieces - optional)



 
MONOGRAM BABY GIFT TAG
Die cut the patterned paper from Simple Stories Paper Pad Daily Grind using the Stitched Tag Paper Smooches Die to create a tag and cut two pieces of letter using Quickutz Blue Sky Alphabet Die Set, adhere them together using foam tape for dimension and adhere it on the tagUsing the Pebbles Stamp Special Delivery Boy Roller Phrase, stamp the ‘Baby Boy‘ sentiment on a white cardstock and cut it to a thin strip then adhere it on the die cut letter as shown.  Punch small stars and adhere them as well.  Embellish the tag using animal wooden buttons.
 
MONOGRAM FLORAL GIFT TAG
Die cut the patterned paper from Simple Stories Paper Pad Daily Grind using the Stitched Tag Paper Smooches Die to create a tag.  Cut two pieces of letter using Quickutz Blue Sky Alphabet Die Set on a white cardstock and adhere them together using foam tape for dimension.  Punch small flowers and leaves and attach it on the die cut letter as shown.  Cut a pennant flag and jot down the sentiment using white gel pen.




A SIMPLE CARD





Design Team Member:
Daniel Flororita
Instagram @leinad112



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