I hope that you are having a wonderful Sunday.
It has been a really long time since I played over at Muse, but I love Vicki's card inspiration and I was feeling in the mood to create something just because.
I have had this Impression Obsession die for almost a year and I have never used it before. I guess I was waiting for the right moment. I also used the love die from the original Papertrey Wet Paint dies
I wanted to do some inlaid die cutting and I wanted to keep the white centres of the hearts that were two cuts. Enter lazy here, I am not very patient picking away. So I tried something new to simplify the process. First I die cut the heart from my white panel, then I flipped it over and applied adhesive to the borders and then laid strips of score tape over the opening of the die, removed the backing and set it aside.
Before I die cut the heart on the red cardstock I wiped a fabric softener sheet over the plate I was cutting into on my Big Shot. Then I die cut the red heart and carefully removed the die to keep all the pieces intact. Next I removed the inside red pieces from the double cut hearts. Here is the fun part I carefully laid the heart die cut over the front of my white panel, lining it up and then pressed down gently rubbing the pieces into place. It made the coolest sounds as the pieces stuck to the panel. When you remove the panel all the red pieces are inlaid (well with only a few tiny pieces that fell out en route). Easy peasy.
I am submitted this to the Color Throwdown #324.
I am also submitted this to Darnell's NBUS Challenge #3, thanks Darnell for getting me use my schuff!!
I am also submitting this to the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge Something New.