Join Lexi Daly today as she shares tips and tricks for securing a die cut with multiple pieces for your projects:

“After making several Scared Silly monsters during the release earlier this month, I thought it would be a good time to share how I assemble all those little pieces securely for then popping up on a card. It’s a technique that works really well on flowers and stems too, and all it usually takes is one extra die cut. Head over to my blog to read all about it!”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS: Scared Silly, Butterfly Folk
  • INK: Amethyst Allure, Lilac Grace, Vintage Jadeite, Pure Poppy, True Black, Soft Stone, Smokey Shadow, Spring Rain
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White
  • DIES: Scared Silly, Butterfly Folk, Shape Shifters: Square 1
  • OTHER: Cloud Stencil Collection, Ink Blending Tool, MISTI, Xyron Sticker Maker, Foam Tape

CLICK HERE to visit Lexi’s blog to see more!

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Join the discussion 5 Comments

  • 1
    Susan Scheidler says:

    Lexi-
    Thank you so much for your crazy tip. I have experienced this problem and now I know exactly with to do-thank you, thank you! I have learned so much since I stumbled onto Papertrey Ink a few months ago. All of your tips, tricks, and the willingness of all of you there to share your ideas have helped me to take my stamping to another level.

  • 2
    JanetS says:

    Ingenious! I always have problems with everything falling off when I turn it over! Thanks for the tip!

  • 3
    Carol B says:

    Great tip, thank you for sharing!

  • 4
    Sandy M says:

    Lexi’s hint about putting small pieces onto larger ones for layering is awesome. I wish I had thought about that years ago. It makes so much sense.

  • 5
    Lori B says:

    Love the tips you shared! Thanks.

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