How can I use my flower dies differently? I’m bored of the same old look, but don’t want to spend out on new ones
so versatile. By cutting into these pretty die-cut paper shapes you can give them a whole new lease of life. Try snipping into the petals to create different shapes and then curling them to add dimension. You could also cut them into spirals and roll them up from the outside edge securing at the bottom with glue for great 3D roses. Or, why don’t you try using them to cut felt, then layer them up to make brooches or card embellishments? You could also try cutting several layers of tissue paper with your flower die, then secure in the centre with a brad and scrunch them up, then shape the layers to make fabulous, fluffy flowers that girly girls will love!
second panels. Die-cut your photos into slightly smaller circles than your aperture, then glue a piece of string onto the back of one photo, then stick the other photo behind so they are back-to-back. Place the string between the first and second panel, positioning the photo in the aperture and tape in place. Glue the left flap over the middle, hiding the string inside, then decorate the front of the card as you wish.