Friday, 1 June 2018

Heffy Doodle June 2018 Release


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So excited to finally share with you the new Heffy Doodle Release - and it's a beauty!! Two of my favorites are the Party Palooza Set and the Everyday Sentiment Duos and I have used them to create this sweet Birthday card.
If you'd like a handy hint too on how to use your portrait backdrop/cover dies on a landscape card....read on!! 

I first stamped the images from the Party Palooza set onto white smooth card in Momento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured them with copics. I cut them out and applied some white gel pen for accents and some Nuvo shimmer pen to help them sparkle. I attached embrodery thread to the balloons for strings.

I stamped the happy Birthday sentiment from the Everyday Sentiments Duos onto a black card strip with versamark ink and white embossed it. 



To make the background piece for this card, I used the Altenew Dotted Scales Debossing Cover Die. Now, this die is in portrait orientation and I wanted it go go across the card (in landscape) so that the curves immitated the curves in the icing of the cake in the Party Palooza Set. This is how I did it....
I first positioned half the card on the die as per below.
I then positioned the die down on my Big Shot with the card in place and put the top plate so that I didn't reach the 'cutting' edge of the die.  I rang it through my Big Shot but only just over half-way across the card.
This effectively debossed one half of the cardfront.
I then positioned the other half of the card on the debossing plate fitting the previously impressed pattern into the correct part of the die. 

I secured with tape to keep it in place and ran it though my Big Shot same as before - positioning the top plate and only running it through just over half-way & back again.
Viola! Quite quick and easy!
I then used the My Favorite Things Stitched Window Die to cut 3 windows in this piece and attached it to a white cardbase.  I positioned all my images in the windows and adhered them. I adhered my sentiment strip along the bottom and finished the card off with sequins.


Hope you enjoyed and it inspires you to have fun with the new release!
Ali xx

34 comments:

  1. so amazing card with the embossing ! waouhhhh

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  2. Great idea with the background die! I just purchased the window die - these images are a perfect fit with it!

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  3. Lovely technique shared...the card is adorable!!

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  4. Wow.. Fabulous card and thank you for showing your perfect embossing!

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  5. Your card looks amazing, and your embossing is spot on! You made that embossing die line-up look easy! Thanks for the tip!

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  6. It's cheerful birthday card! Loved the embossed BG.

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  7. I love this card... the cover die added perfect texture for your card front... and I love the windows you cut. Your coloring is perfect too. So fun.

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  8. what a fun card - love the design of it:)

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  9. Thanks for the tip on embossing with the die.

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  10. Such a great idea! Lovely card :)

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  11. Such a lovely card Ali..Live the fun background..Great idea..hugsxx

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  12. Super cute card and truly appreciate the debossing tutorial! Beautiful card!

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  13. I just love the layout with the cakes on this card... it’s gorgeous!!

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  14. That's a great card design, thanks for sharing all your handy tips, too!

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  15. Darling design!
    The die background
    looks fabulous.
    Carla from Utah

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  16. Great tip for the background and love the windows of bday images.

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  17. I love how you tied little strings to the balloon bottoms - it adds so much movement and life to your beautiful card! I love the cheeky sentiment as well!

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  18. That's so much fun to have the images popping out from the openings. And the background embossing is a fabulous detail. Thanks for sharing this great card!

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  19. Fantastic card! Perfectly sweet. Love the background you created, wonderful texture and the windows perfectly ground your focal images.

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  20. Such a fun and pretty birthday card - super background, too!

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  21. This is such a sweet card! Thanks for sharing your tip on the background :)

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  22. Fun card Ali, love that stamp set!

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  23. love this stamp set. might be my fav from the release! And love what you did with it!

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  24. Gorgeous card and thanks for the deposing tips.

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    1. Debossing, doh silly predictive text

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  25. Gorgeous colours and the background pattern is so lovely.

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  26. You’ve made a really sweet birthday card !!
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

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