Hello there everyone and happy Friday! Lydia here with you again! Today I’ll be sharing how you can get two different looks using Layering Dies.

To get these two different looks all I did was change out the ‘coloring’ medium; the first card uses Artist Markers while the second uses patterned paper.

So for the first card, I started by cutting all of the dies from Layered Floral Elements Die Set from Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock. Once the pieces were all cut out, I then colored these using Artist Markers; (you can color these with any color you wish) I used Frosty Pink, Coral Berry, Ruby Red, Ocean Waves, Desert Night, Caramel Toffee, Paper Bag, Frayed Leaf, Forest Glades, and Evergreen Markers. When they were all colored, I adhered them together using some wet glue.

The second card is softer than the first and this is down to the patterned paper I chose to use. I chose one of the beautiful papers from Reflection Collection 12×12 Paper Pad, the one I used had all of the colors I need which was great! I simply placed the dies from Layered Floral Elements Die Set into place on the patterned paper and cut them out. I love that I didn’t have to do any coloring and the effects are amazing. Once all of the pieces were cut, I then adhered them together using wet glue.

I finished the cards off simply by using a sentiment from More Than Words Stamp Set and adhered the flowers and leaves into place.

For a video on how these cards came together, please check out the video below or over on YouTube:

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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