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Birch Press Triangle Fade by Jen Kray

Altenew Birch Press Diecutting Jen Kray Thanks

Hello and good morning! I'm delighted to be back on the blog today
after a short break away. Todays cards are a thank you to Katrina
and the girls at Bumblelerry Papercrafts, who patiently waited for me
to recover from an injury. 
I'm also thanking my homies at Tonic for also being patient and
allowing me the time I needed to rest. 
So, I've been tinkering with the Birch Press Triangle Fade Die and
three different Altenew sentiments to make a few gorgeously simple cards
this week. 
Bumbleberry Materials and links to store
Birch Press Triangle Fade Frame
Mega Thanks Die
Crafty Friends Stamp Set
Pinstripe Stamp Set
Other Materials:
Die Cutting Machine
Wet adhesive
Nuvo Vintage Drops
Craft Perfect Cardstock for diecutting 
Stamping Platform
Picked Raspberry, Carved Pumpkin Distress Oxides
This is a beautiful A2 Die and I just LOVE it! It can be as simple as
using 2 pieces of cardstock. 

Here are two panels that I cut along one of the diagonal lines in the same 
place for each one. 
You can then swap your panels for a fun look (left and right) or just leave
as it's meant to be (centre)A trio of thank you cards you can use for any occasion. Adding Nuvo Vintage drops to the top portion of the panel adds a some
delicate details to you card without taking away the simple elegance of
the design. Here I used an Altenew sentiment and added a flower to 

Here I've added some diagonal strips and stamped an Altenew Thank
You sentiment in Picked Raspberry and Carved Pumpkin Disrtress

Next, I used the lush and very large 5 inch Altenew Thanks Die. I went
over the cardstock with Nuvo Glitter Gloss Pen for a little sparkle. 
The die was also cut in teal and trimmed. Don't throw away waste if you
can use it - like the leftover letters from my first card, which I popped on
the teal card for an alternative look. 

Here are all four of the cards together and they don't take long as all to 
put together. There are so many ways to use this die, and I've only just
scratched the surface.

I really love the clean lines of the die. So... pink and orange?
I know! I didn't think they were my colours but are totally lush together. 
Not sure why but the photography is showing the
orange card more yellow, but it's actually a sherbet colour. 
I hope you've enjoyed my blog post today and I've given you a few ideas
for this gorgeous die and sentiments. It's so good to be back and I'll see 
you next Tuesday. 
Lots of love and hugs
Jen Kray xx

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