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Layered Inlaid Diecutting Congrats Off Kilter Card VIDEO with Lawn Fawn

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Hi there! Happy Monday peeps! Yesterday was pretty crummy! I woke up and my coffee pot wasn’t working, GASP! Then, I took a shower and while I had shampoo was in my hair, the water went cold thanks to my son. I hopped out to go to his bathroom to tell him to turn off the water and yup, you guessed. Wet feet. Slipped and bam! Right on my tale bone. After recovering from that one, I cut my finger off (not really) with scissors… So with all that being said, today IS going to be a great day!!! And it’s Lawnscaping Challenge day!!! WOOT WOOT! This week’s theme is OFF KILTER! We want you to use something on your project at an angle!!!! Fun right? I did some inlaid die cutting here and did some creative trimming (not all that creative) to get my angles in. I’ve got a video to go along with this card! You can watch it right here on the blog or over on my YOUTUBE CHANNEL in HD by clicking HERE!

I used the Scripty Congrats die for all three cards and die cut a previously colored panel (used the Ken Oliver Color Bursts) I had in my stash… See? Keep all those backgrounds you create because you can use them for die cutting!!!! You can jazz these cards up even more by adding more colors to the background or more embellishments to the white space, but you know me!! I wanted to keep it simple! Adding sequins as a huge pat on the back for me, lololol! Before I go, let’s take a look at each card.

Picked Raspberry background:

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Wilted Violet, Seedless Preserves, Dusty Concord background:

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Worn Lipstick background:

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This week’s sponsor is the fabulous ELLEN HUTSON!!! I hope you will play along because you could win a shopping spree to the online store!!!

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2 Comments

  1. Shirley says:

    Great cards! I really like your inlay technique…something I will definitely try.

  2. Maggie B says:

    Hi Laurel ~ Awesome cards with a fun technique. SO proud of you for using sequins too!! LOL Thanks for sharing. ~HUGS~

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