If you're a paper crafter, you probably have cardstock scraps! Today's papercrafting tip is a great idea for using cardstock scraps from die cuts in a creative way.
Most of the time I die cut a shape and throw away the “innards”. But one day I thought…could I use them? This technique doesn’t work for all dies, but if it is a relatively recognizable shape, this might be an idea for you!
All I had to do was cut the leaf die in 3 shades of teal. I laid the outline down and used that as a “stencil” to glue the innards. Be very careful not to get any glue on the outline part so you can then lift the outline once dry.
You also can use a heavy item like an acrylic block to keep the stencil in place while you glue down your pieces.
For this next card, I used both the outline and the innards on the same card.
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