JILLIBEAN SOUP: HOW TO ALTER DIE CUTS SHAPES

9.26.2019

Hello everyone! This is Maryám and today I am here with you to share some ideas on how you can alter a die-cut shape. Sometimes while we are creating, we realize that a cut file might not be perfect to our project and we end up not using it or change it for another one. That is when you can actually still use the die-cut but in a completely different way.
For today’s project, I used the Mandala Cut File. I took out some parts that I didn’t like, backed it with different papers in rainbow order, and then cut it in a half. I positioned the first half at the top left side, and the other one at the bottom part of the page. 

I also cut two more mandalas which ended up looking like flowers and backed them with vellum paper. 
To embellish the page, I used the color on color technique, which means that you put an embellishment into a paper of the same color; and for the title, I used a mix of stickers and die cuts. 
Thank you for stopping by today. Hope you enjoyed the post. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments below. 

Have a great Thursday! 


Jillibean Soup Supplies: Patterned Paper: Rainbow Roux/ Pinch of Color, Drop of Fantasy; You Make Miso Happy/ Wakama, Tofu, Miso Paste; Garden Harvest/ Plow the Field, Water the Goods, Plant the Seeds. | Bite Size Bits: Garden Harvest | Pea Pod Parts: Garden Harvest. | Paper Pad: All about dots, All about plaid. | Coordinating Stickers: You Make Miso Happy, Spoonful of Soul, Garden Harvest. | Epoxy Stickers: Rainbow Roux, Garden Harvest, Spoonful of Soul. | Tag: Oh Snap. | Shaker Filler: Sequins/ Pinks, Oranges, Blues, Greens. | Silhouette Cut File: Mandala #269644 | Other: Altenew Inks, Foam Dots, Glue Dots, White Cardstock, Vellum Paper, Silhouette Cameo, Typewriter.

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