Delicate Lace Card using the Nordic Border Craft Die Set
by Sphoorti



Hello Poppy Peeps!


It's Sphoorti with a quick and easy card that takes very little time and still looks very elegant. Here's how to do it!




I started with the 2595 Nordic Border Set craft die and cut some plain white cardstock as well as some vellum paper. Little tip: If you fold Vellum over a few times and then die cut it, you'll get multiples at once!




I applied some liquid glue and/or some dry adhesive at the tops of the borders and laid them on top of each other in a cascading effect starting from the bottom. I alternated between the vellum and the solid white cardstock, and I also used both rectangular options in the 2595 Nordic Border Set craft die.




After getting to about three quarters to the top, I took some glitter cardstock and adhered it to the panel.




I used some Perfect Pearls in gold and in the Perfect Pearl colors to splatter some of that glittery goodness all over the laces. (I got some unintentionally on the glitter cardstock too, but hey, as long as it glitters!)





I took the 2555 Sending Love Poe Script craft die and cut out two, one from some gold glitter cardstock, and one from some silver glitter. I cut out the word "love" from the sentiment and adhered them together slightly offset. I adhered this sentiment at the top right above the gold glitter band, and that was it!




What do you guys think? I think it would make an awesome card for a wedding, don't you?





Thoughts? Questions? Epiphanies? Would you want to remake this card? Would you do anything differently? Let us know in the comments below!

Thank you for visiting!



Sphoorti Floral Signature copy





Hi Sphoorti, I agree, this would make a gorgeous Wedding card. I adore the border die set, the lace borders are so very pretty and remind me of a gorgeous petticoat. I love this.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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