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Create Backgrounds using Die-cutting Inlay Technique (two variations) - Peek-a-Boo Designs

Hello Crafty Friends,

Welcome back to my DT post for Pee-a-Boo Designs.
Today I'm sharing a fun video where I just use one die to create a very glittery background for my cards..
Its a very simple technique of die-cut inlaying, where you die cut your base panels with some die. And use some other cardstock to die cut few out of the same die. And then use this die cut pieces as puzzle pieces to fit into the base panel(already die cut).


I know this sounds really really confusing, but trust me, its easy as it could be. So I have a video tutorial for you guys to show you this fun easy and awesome looking technique..


I also share a variation in my video where you can use either vellum or cardstock behind your panels to get different looks from the same technique..


So without much ado let me share the video with you guys..



And if you wanna watch the video on YouTube click HERE

Here is a picture of both the cards together.. Aren't they pretty? Oh I love all that glitter.. Could not decide, which ones my favorite.. Can you??


All the supplies used here are listed in the description box of the YouTube Video.
Hope you guys enjoyed it.
Thank you for visiting. 
Have a Nice day.

Regards 
Neha Tulsyan

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