Glitter Inlay Die Cut Card

Glitter Inlay Die Cut Card

glitter inlay birthday card

It's a new year and I'd like to try to have all the birthday cards I need for the year, ready to go (instead of remembering a few days before the actual birthday and scrambling to make that one card!)  Why not go through a process in just a few hours that will make a lot of cards all at once? Here's how I made these glitter inlay die cut cards.

pow glitter paper inlay technique


glitter paper die cut into birthday sentiment pieces

Take a large cover plate die cut and cut into different panels of glitter cardstock and white and black cardstock. I love the POW glitter cardstock! The glitter is so fine and smooth.  

glitter inlay card tutorial
Adhere the white or black die cut panel on a card front and inlay the glittered letters like putting together a puzzle.  I like using my Art Glitter glue, as it allows me to get into all the little spots.  This is a super easy technique and I made 8 cards in less than 2 hours!
glitter inlay card tutorial

Alternatively, you can use the pieces of glitter paper you've cut, and inlay with the white and black pieces, so you use up all of your scraps! 

pow glitter paper inlay cards
design team member kate


  • Janice

    HI. I love this card. I am guessing it could be cut out with the Cricut cutting machine also? Thank you so much for your tutorials. I enjoy receiving them regularly. You always have a super cute project.

  • Kate Deignan

    Kym…that die is made that way…it’s an oldie from PaperTreyInk…

  • Kym

    Wow, great way to make a batch of cards at one time! I’m wondering about the happy die cut. How did you extend the line on either side of the word?

  • Kate

    The die is from The Stamp Market called “Birthday Cover Die”

  • Jean

    Love it! Also looking to where I can purchase that particular die set.

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