Die Cut Pop-Out Using Yay You Hostess Set

For today’s card, I thought I would share a pop-out die cut technique using the Yay You hostess set (retiring) and the Sweet & Sassy Framelits Dies (retiring) from Stampin’ Up!®. This technique is a great way to create some dimension on a very clean and simple card design.

Mel's Card Corner | Die Cut Pop-Out Using Yay You

Paper Cutting Guide – all cutting done with the Stampin’ Trimmer

Other Products Needed:

Mel's Card Corner | Die Cut Pop-Out Using Yay You

  • Die cut heart shape from one of the Very Vanilla panels using the Big Shot. Be sure to keep both pieces.
  • Stamp the sentiment on the panel centered below the heart opening using Blushing Bride ink.
  • Place the die cut heart on a piece of Grid Paper and stamp the small solid hearts from the stamp set along one edge using Blushing Bride ink. Allow some of the hearts to go off the edge of the heart.
  • Adhere the sentiment panel to the card base using Snail Adhesive.
  • Adhere the die cut heart into the negative space using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Add a coat of Clear Wink of Stella to all the hearts.
  • Add a few Blushing Bride Enamel Shapes to finish the front of the card.
  • On the second Very Vanilla panel, stamp the outline hearts in opposite corners using Blushing Bride ink.
  • Adhere to the inside of the card using Snail Adhesive.

Mel's Card Corner | Die Cut Pop-Out Using Yay You

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If you would like a printable/downloadable supply list for today’s project, please check out the inspiration sheet. If you would like to purchase any of the products, or any other Stampin’ Up products, please visit my online store.

  • If your order is less than $150, please remember to use the current hostess code (7MAWQ4HW).
  • Everyone who places an order through me will receive a handmade card from me.
  • Anyone who orders $50 or more and uses the hostess code will also receive a small gift.
  • If your order is more than $150, don’t use the hostess code because you will receive your own Stampin’ Rewards. I’ll still send you the handmade card and small gift anyway.

As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

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Until next time …

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