Amazing Paper Grace June 2022 Die of the Month

I’m thrilled to be crafting a bit more lately. I had a chance to create with the new Amazing Paper Grace June Die of the Month, Pop Up 3D Vignette Road Trip! I have a few graduations to celebrate this year and this die is perfect! My first project is for my nephew’s graduation from nursing school.

I made the outstretched arm holding a rolled up diploma, and the car is in his school’s colors. I added a mortar board to his head.

This card folds flat to easily fit in an A7 sized envelope.

Dies for my creations today were supplied by Amazing Paper Grace.

There are 26 cutting dies included in the Pop Up 3D Vignette Road Trip. You can make front and back of the car, and you have dies to make the front and back of adult and child sized heads and hair. You also get a bridal veil and bouquet.

My second project is for our friend’s daughter. I wanted to make an equally cute card, but a little different. She loves daisies and yellow is her favorite color.

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On the inside, I used the extra daisies and the cut out from the front frame. I tucked a gift card under the Congratulations banner. This card fits in an A7 envelope.

You may also notice that the grill on the front of the cars…one is upside down but I think it works either way. The headlights can be flipped, and the hood ornament can be placed where you like. There is embossing on the car body, so be sure to run it through the embossing sandwich.

Supplies:
Amazing Paper Grace June 2022 Die of the Month – Pop Up 3D Vignette Road Trip. I also used the Daisy Delight Garden Shutters A2 Card Base for the daisies, and the Eyelet Lace Frame.

I also used cardstock, 3D Foam Squares and liquid glue for adhesives.

The Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month is available exclusively at Spellbinders Paper Arts during June 2022, Pop Up 3D Vignette Road Trip along with other membership perks.

View this month’s Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month video tutorial! https://youtu.be/yqAXLgCWigY

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Thanks for stopping by! Do you make graduation cards?

Beth

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