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Two Ways: A7 Harvest Blessings Cover Plate

Hi crafty friends! I’ve fallen in love with the A7 Harvest Blessings Cover Plate from Scrappy Tails Crafts, and I’m sharing two ideas today.



For my first card, I started by cutting the A7 Harvest Blessings cover plate from matte black cardstock, and glued to an A7 panel.



I cut the A7 Harvest Blessings cover plate several times from different coloured card stock. I then paper pieced these in to the black cover die for a smooth look. I trimmed the panel down, and adhered to an A7 white notecard.

I finished with some smoke gems scattered here and there.



You could definitely add dimension to this, or achieve a similar result using coloured markers but I love the smooth finish.



For my second card I started by ink blending Distress Oxide inks on to an A7 panel. I then cut the A7 Harvest Blessings cover plate once from gold cardstock and twice from white cardstock. I adhered these on to the ink blended panel, trimmed down and added to an A7 kraft notecard. I finished with some gold gems scattered here and there.




Thank you so much for reading my post, let me know which is your favourite in the comments below.


Beth x

 

Full Supply List

Scrappy Tails Crafts A7 Harvest Blessings Cover Plate Die

Spellbinders cardstock

Distress Oxide inks

White cardstock

Black cardstock

Gold gems from BB Crystal Co

Smoke gems from BB Crystal Co

Adhesive

Sizzix Big Shot

Tim Holtz trimmer


 




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