Saturday, August 31, 2013

OWH Labor Day Weekend Virtual Card Making Party

 
 
Welcome to my Triple Die Cutting Technique Challenge for OWH Labor Day Weekend Virtual Card Making Party (VCMP). 
 
I am so excited to participate in this event and have you on my Triple Die Cutting Technique Challenge.  "Triple Die Cutting" is to create the same concept of triple layered card but it is much easier to cut at once with a piece of cardstock and a piece of stamped or desinger paper.  You will love this technique and use it over and over again for every theme of card. 
 
I didn't want to repeat the whole thing and take space here. Please go to my Triple Die Cutting Technique Tutorial HERE before you start.   You may not have the same dies but I encourage you to try by using any shapes of dies you have or even with the paper trimmer that you can cut inside of the paper.  Once you got the whole concept of this technique, it will become easier and fun, too.
   
EDIT:  Hope this picture will answer to your measurements questions.
 
Medium dies
 
  

Small Dies
** Actual die is sized 2-3/8" instead of 2-1/2".
Just space out evenly when you lay it down.
 

For today's challenge, I made new sample cards to share.  Instead of stamping as I showed before, I used designer papers this time.  You will need to choose designer papers with repeated patterns in them. 

Card #1 Snowflakes

Card #2 Christmas Tree

Card #3 TRULY Grateful
 

Blog Candy: 
I will pick one of the InLinkz participants at random to receive my blog candy.  It is Winter Frost Designer Series Paper Stack that I used to make my first card.

You will have until Sept. 8, 2013 to link up and play along!!!

Winter Frost Designer Series Paper Stack


Thanks for stopping by!



40 comments:

  1. oh this looks like fun!!! Thank you for the tutorial, I would have been lost.

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  2. I love your tutorial and your snowflake card is my favorite of these three. Just gorgeous as alway!!!

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  3. This is a great idea Seongsook and it looks just as amazing using beautiful papers. Which I think is wonderful for all those card makers who don't like to get inky. I may have to improvise since I don't have rectangle dies but this would be easy to do on a Cameo too. Thanks for hosting a stop on the VCMP this weekend!

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  4. I don't have these dies but would still love to try this technique, but I'm having trouble with the dimensions of the smallest piece of the designer paper. The horizontal dimension is only 1/4" smaller than the medium piece (Med: 2-1/8" and Small 1-7/8"), which doesn't make sense, while the vertical dimension is an inch smaller (Med 3-1/8" and Small 2-1/8"). Could you please let me know what the correct dimensions of the smallest square are? Thank you so much for all of your help - love your tutorials!

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    1. Aundria, I hope I answered to your question by updating my post. Thanks for trying.

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  5. Love the Christmas tree and dots. Thanks

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  6. Thanks for the suggestions on how to layer the dies. I don't have rectangles but got creative with some scalloped squares.

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    1. Kara, you are so creative! Thanks for taking the challenge.

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  7. These are just such attractive cards. Thanks for the great idea. And thanks for the chance for this beautiful paper ( I love snowflakes).

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  8. Love your cards. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  9. These are great. I'm going to have to dig out my dies and see what I can come up with.

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  10. Thanks so much for introducing us to a new technique. Just LOVED all of your sample cards.

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  11. I love the idea of using the patterned papers instead of stamping. It seems as though it would be much quicker to do. Thanks for the challenge and new idea.

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  12. I have some 12x12 paper that has big prints that are hard to use on a card. I think this layout would be great to use that paper. Thanks. I follow you on pinterest too.

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  13. Fun idea! Thanks for an awesome tutorial!

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  14. Thanks for the great tutorial! Your cards are so pretty I had to give it a try. Have a great VCMP and Labor Day weekend!

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  15. Oh wow! Awesome challenge! I've been wondering how to achieve this look! I guess I'm about to learn! -Thia

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  16. Love your cards -- thanks for the tutorial!

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  17. Thanks for hosting a challenge on the VCMP! Great tutorial.

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  18. oh this looks like fun!!! Thank you for the tutorial, I would have been lost.

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  19. Thanks so much for all your kind comments on my cards and the tutorial. Thanks for taking the challenge and linked up your cards - so creative and beautiful.

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  20. Great tutorial and challenge! If it wasn't for you, this paper would just be sitting in my stash forever, but it turned out to be perfect for this project! Thank you!

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    1. Sounds great. Your paper is really pretty. Thanks for taking the challenge.

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  21. This one was a little challenging and I loved learning something new! Thanks for hosting a fun challenge, Seongsook!

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  22. I had just complete this card earlier in the week. I love the idea of paper saving on this technique. First time linking images - kinda fun.

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  23. Seongsook! Thank you for the tutorial. I've been wanting to learn this technique but I thought it was a paper waste too. I didn't have any square/rectangle dies so I improvised using transparencies, patterned paper and an x-acto knife. I also changed it up a bit... I thought outside the box (or rectangle) Thank you!

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    1. Wow... Lynn, this will be a great tutorial for those who don't possess the dies. You know that I came up with my Triple Die Cutting Technique for just easier cutting at once without wasting papers by using dies. You did a great job by being out of the box. So pretty papers and you made it a beautiful card. Thanks for taking the challenge.

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  24. I like your tutorial. I don't have these die, but I used your layering technique on my Gypsy. Now I'll have the file whenever I need it! Thanks for sharing

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    1. What a great idea! Thanks for taking the challenge.

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  25. Thanks Seongsook for this lovely technique, this is my first time using it (and not my last!).

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  26. Great tutorial and a very fun challenge! Your cards are awesome!

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  27. With only one set of regular Spellbinders it still works! Thanks for the tutorial. I look forward to seeing what you come up with next!

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  28. Fun challenge - and challenging to make since I don't have the dies ! your samples are terrific, I especially like the snowflakes.

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  29. I love this technique; it was easy to adapt to the inverted square dies since I do not have the rectangles (though this might convince me to buy the rectangles too!). The hardest part of the card was deciding on an embellishment for the center.

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    1. I like your creative card. I see there is no limit of this technique. Your embellishment is just great with the sentiment. I like how you stamped the sentiment. Thanks for taking the challenge.

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  30. Love your cards!! And what a wonderful technique too. Thanks for sharing!

    Linda

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  31. Love your cards. The technique tutorial was easy to follow and I had a fun time making my card! Thanks for sponsoring a challenge!

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  32. Your cards are simply stunning! The papers are gorgeous, the cuts are so clean and I especially like that you used a different colored card base on the last 2. What a great challenge and a wonderful way to make your papers go farther. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  33. Your cards are simply stunning! The papers are gorgeous, the cuts are so clean and I especially like that you used a different colored card base on the last 2. What a great challenge and a wonderful way to make your papers go farther. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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