Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Designer Showcase: Projects with Die Cuts!

Happy Wednesday! It's Pam here sharing some great die cut ideas. When I started scrapping the only type of die cuts were in the form of pre-made paper die cuts. Since then there are so many great new ways to make die cuts such as hand held machines and computer machines. You can also make your own die cuts or download a digital one and cut it out.  I still love my store bought die cuts as well! They always make the perfect embellishment on my page. Today I am sharing some die cut pages created by the contributors!

Nancy is up first with some great die cut inspiration!  This cute card which is a cow money holder was created using the Cricut and Sue Cuts a Lot. So adorable! The last two pretty pages were created using pre-made die cuts out of paper an chipboard! Perfect!

Next up is a fabulous page by Lisa! She created this page using die cuts from her new Grand Spell Binders machine! Look at all those lovely lace images on this! It is soo pretty with those die cuts :)

Heather created this neat page using die cuts from Cosmo Cricket's Salt Air collection. The butterflies and doilies are die cuts. She also used a sketch from Sketch Support (link: This page was originally created for a guest design spot in Flamingo scraps (link: What a fabulous and inspiring page!!!

Vicky created this next two gorgeous pages!  The first is a die cut background on the wedding layout.  The second layout uses a die cut to trace the bracket piece out of paper. Next she added two little die cut cardstocks to the left of the picture. This turned so amazing. Take a peek!

Cathy created some gorgeous die cut projects!  I love the special little touches that her die cuts create! Check out how pretty those cards are. Can you spot those die cuts? Take a look at these!

I hope you find some die cut inspiration today! Have a wonderful Wednesday!


  1. Sweet projects! I love all the different looks that are featured!

  2. I love these projects! They are all so different but so pretty at the same time. Wonderful job ladies.