Hi Everyone, It’s Renee’ from Delaney Jane Cards here. I had the opportunity to play with the String Art Circle Collage die and created 3 different cards showing just a couple ways you can use this really fun die.

The first card I created was simply die cut from a piece of deep blue cardstock from the Ocean Blue 6×6 Paper Pad. I ink blended a couple of oxide inks over the top to give the front panel an ombre look.

To further the ombre feel I added fairy jewels to the larger openings in three different shades of blue, using both the pastel and brights Fairy Jewels. And I stamped the simple sentiment Hello in the center of the center circle from the Rainbow Days Lingo Notes Stamp Set. I adhered down that inner rim of the circle and popped the panel up with foam adhesive to create some cool dimension.

Cards two and three were created at the same time but look drastically different. I used the negative cuts from the String Art Circle Collage die to create this card here, featuring the Proud of You sentiment from that same Rainbow Days Lingo Notes stamp and die set. I added foam adhesive to the larger of the shapes, so the outer three rows. The inner two rows were adhered directly to the card front as was the center circle.

This created a super cool textural feel to this very sleek card.

Card three was created from a deep toned rainbow blended panel. I cut two additional panels with the String Art Circle Collage die cut in the same exact position so I could stack them for a bit of dimension. I splattered the background with shimmer spray and some plain water drops.

I stamped a sub-sentiment below the die cut window I created with the String Art Circle Collage die. A stamped and die cut a main sentiment on white cardstock was layered and adhered to the center of the design, both featuring the Rainbow Days Lingo Notes Stamp and Die set.

Also, if you’d like to see how my card came together, you can click on the video below.

Thank you so much for checking out my card today.

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