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Die Cutting Tips + GIVEAWAY + Discount Code

Hi there! Today I am showcasing a bunch of cards I made with die cutting. In the video I share a bunch of random die cutting tips. Just a warning… this video and post have a TON of card examples!

[All supplies are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links used at no cost to you.]

After seeing all the new Birch Press Design dies, I had to buy them! Although the price point is higher on several of the layering die sets (since there are 3 dies sold together), I find they are a good investment for me as I will use them a lot for making lots of fast, ornate-looking cards. My video shows many ways to use these dies along with many random die cutting tips.

For all of my die cutting, I used the Gemini Junior Die Cut Machine because it is excellent at cutting intricate dies. However, I tested these dies on my Big Shot Express and Spellbinders Platinum and they worked great with those machines, too.

THE BASICS OF LAYERING DIE CUTS

My first card features the Birch Press Prem Layering Dies. I assembled the layers on a white notecard and used foam tape behind the center piece for dimension. The sentiment uses the Birch Press Thanks Sugar Script Die and Birch Press Just Because Stamp Set. Nothing fancy here – just showing how quickly these cards can come together… although it looks like it took a ton of time to make!

For adhering many layered die cuts together, I used Gina K Connect Glue. I highly recommend this adhesive since it dries fast, clear, and strong. It also doesn’t get clogged and comes out easily. Saves me a lot of time!

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WINDOW DESIGN

My next card shows how to create a simple window on the front of a card with a sentiment on the inside showing through. I again used the Birch Press Prem Layering Dies… and a sentiment from the Memory Box Spring Lilacs Stamp Set. Be sure to watch the video to see how this was done!

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DRY EMBOSS

Another great way to get more out of your dies is to dry emboss them using a die cut machine and a Spellbinders Embossing Mat. The Birch Press Prem Layering Dies are excellent for this look. I added layered die cuts in the center of an embossed circle… and a sentiment from the Birch Press Dragonfly Greeting Stamp Set.

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OFFSET LAYERING

You can get new looks from intricate dies by layering several of the same die cut together… but slightly offset. For this card I used one of the dies from the Birch Press Dazzler Layer Die Set and layered four die cuts. The sentiment features the Birch Press Kindness Sugar Script Die and Birch Press Just Because Stamp Set.

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USE SPECIALTY PAPERS

Another very simple way to give your die cuts a new look is to use specialty papers, such as wood paper, vellum, foil paper, and more. I decided to use glitter cardstock today and I love the look!

For this card I used the Birch Press Adi Layer Die Set – such a lovely and unique set! I added a die cut of Simon Says Stamp Glitter Cardstock for sparkle and it gives so much to this simple card. The Birch Press Hello Sugar Script Die cut is the perfect sentiment.

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Here is another example using Simon Says Stamp Glitter Cardstock. This glitter paper cuts beautifully! I used it for the Birch Press Big Hugs Sugar Script sentiment on a background made again with the Birch Press Adi Layer Dies.

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USE “LEFTOVERS”

Many times when die cutting intricate dies, there are lots of “leftover” bits and pieces. These often end up in the trash but instead could be used as confetti for a shaker card or as accents. For my example, I arranged them on a card using the main die cut as a guide.

For these cards, I used the new Birch Press Viva Layer Dies. Before cutting the dies from colorful cardstock, I backed the cardstock with Couture Creations Double Sided Adhesive. This adhesive turns die cuts into “stickers.” I then temporarily held the die cuts onto a white notecard and added the little bits and pieces into the openings. Since the adhesive was already on the back, this took little time! Once all the layered pieces were in place, I removed the big die cut and am left with a fun pattern of little pieces.

The sentiment showcases the Birch Press Kindness Sugar Script Die and Birch Press Just Because Stamp Set.

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ENAMEL PIECES

You can easily make any die cut look like enamel simply by covering with a few layers of clear embossing powder. This is especially lovely when you use layered dies.

After adhering layers of the Birch Press Bali Layer Die cuts together, I pressed my Versamark Ink pad on top and added clear embossing powder. After heat setting it and letting it cool, I repeated the process four times. The dimension and shine looks like enamel. For the card on the left, I added the circle piece to a card along with white cardtock die cuts from the Birch Press Grace Layer Dies… and a sentiment formed with the Birch Press Sending Sugar Script Die and Poppy Stamps Sending Scribbles Stamp Set. The card on the right is simple… with a sentiment from the Birch Press Dragonfly Greeting Stamp Set.

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Here is another example showing both layered die cuts and a sentiment covered with clear embossing. This card features the Birch Press Dazzler Layer Dies, Birch Press Big Sending Sugar Script Dies, and Altenew Quilled Elegance Stamp Set “sunshine.”

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WATERCOLOR DIE CUTS

You can also make die cuts look more interesting by adding color with watercolor. And it is simple!

I started by layering Birch Press Kaleidoscope Layer Die Cuts created with watercolor paper. I then scribbled my Arteza Real Brush Watercolor Pens over the die cuts and sprayed them generously with water. (You can use any watercolor medium for this technique.) Finally, I added several sprays of Tsukineko Shimmer Spritz for shimmer. I used the Birch Press Big Hugs Sugar Script Dies for a quick sentiment.

And by the way, this card was inspired by the cover of the Craft a Life You Love Book. I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves to be creative!

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ARCH WORD DIES

A fun way to use word dies is to add them at an arch on your card instead of straight. Here, I added the Birch Press Thanks Sugar Script Die to follow the border arch created with the Birch Press Kessa Arch Layer Dies.

Die Cutting Tips Video by Jennifer McGuire Ink

I also added little drops of Tonic Crystal Glaze into the holes along the border. This is another fun way to add a bit of shine to die cuts.

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CREATE FOAM STAMPS

You can also use any dies to create stamps. Simply die cut shapes from White Craft Foam and temporarily adhere the foam shapes onto an acrylic block. I like to use dye inks, but any inks should work.

For this example, I used the Birch Press Sparkler Butterfly Layer Dies. It is fun to stamp with the foam die cuts from a layered die set… it looks like you have a layered stamp set! This is excellent for one-layer cards. I created additional butterfly foam stamps from the Birch Press Butterfly Garden Layer Dies and added a Birch Press Dragonfly Greeting sentiment and pearls.

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My next two cards feature the amazing Birch Press Butterfly Garden Layer Dies. Those backgrounds are so incredible!

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The Birch Press Just Because Sugar Script Die Set is such a great sentiment for any occasion.

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ALTER WORD DIES

This second card shows how you can easily alter word dies to create new words. Here, I cut the Birch Press Big Wishing Sugar Script Dies to make the word “wish.” This is a great way to stretch your supplies. All the other pieces are from the Birch Press Butterfly Garden Layer Dies.

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COLOR DIE CUTS

Colored cardstock often costs more than white cardstock. So one way to make colorful dies is to color white die cuts. You can do this with paint, ink, markers and more.

For my card, I die cut the Birch Press Sparkler Butterfly Layer Dies from white cardstock and then colored the die cuts with Copic Markers. Although I colored them solid, you could instead create shading and such. I also added a single layer from the Birch Press Butterfly Garden Layer Dies to the background… and I used foam adhesive for dimension. (That makes a big difference!) The sentiment is a Birch Press Hello Sugar Script Die cut.

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NEW COLOR COMBOS

Die cutting is a great way to test out new color combos. I really wanted to try the newest colors of Gina K Designs Cardstock so I put them to use with the Birch Press Grace Layer Dies. Since the colors were bold, I used a kraft cardstock notecard and a simple Birch Press Celebrate Sugar Script Die sentiment.

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METALLIC EMBOSSING

Covering layered die cuts (or any die cuts) with metallic embossing powder is a great way to change up a card’s look. Here, I used the same colors of cardstock as the last example, but covered it with a few layers of Hero Arts White Satin Pearl Embossing Powder. The metallic shine with a touch of color is such a unique look. I used the outside portion of the Birch Press Grace Layer Dies along with a sentiment from the incredible Gina K Designs Lettered and Lovely Stamp Set.

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COLOR PEEK-THROUGH

Whenever you have an die cut with openings, it is fun to add lots of colors behind it. Be sure to watch the video to see how to easily determine where the colors go!

For my card, I used the Birch Press Grace Layer Dies and quick coloring with Copic Markers. Oh – and I added a sentiment to my envelope from the The Ink Road Stamps I Made a Thing Stamp Set.

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SPARKLE AND SHINE

To make word die cuts stand out more on my cards, I like to cover them with a layer of Tonic Aqua Shimmer Pen and Tonic Crystal Glaze. This gives rounded dimension and makes it look like a sparkly puffy sticker! Most of my cards today use this technique.

This card features a black Birch Press Hello Sugar Script Die cut covered with Tonic Aqua Shimmer Pen and Tonic Crystal Glaze and a background from the Birch Press Grace Layer Die Set.

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USE SCRAPS

I had lots of random die cuts leftover from all of the cards I made. So I covered the background of a white notecard with them for a fun look. Easy and fast to do! The sentiment is from the Birch Press Love Sugar Script Die and Birch Press Just Because Stamp Set.

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DIE CUT BACKDROPS

Simple white die cuts make a great background for a focal image. You can add anything on top including a sentiment, stamped image, or another die cut.

My first example shows layered white die cuts behind a Birch Press Big Thanks Sugar Script sentiment. I covered the “thanks” with Tonic Aqua Shimmer Pen and Tonic Crystal Glaze for shine. I like how soft this card is.

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I have been wanting to use this sentiment from the Cas-ual Fridays Supercalifragistic Stamp Set for some time and wanted to keep it in focus. So I added it to the center of a simple layered white die cut background. Perfect!

Die Cutting Tips Video by Jennifer McGuire Ink

I share a ton of other tips in the video – so be sure to watch it. I hope it is helpful!

GIVEAWAY

How would you like to win a layering die set from Birch Press? For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 5/1/18 telling me if you like die cutting or stamping better. (To leave a comment, head to blog, scroll down to the bottom of this post and click the green “leave a comment” button. The winner’s name will be randomly selected, emailed and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too! Prize personally donated.)

DISCOUNT CODE

So my friend, Dave, is the owner of Birch Press, Memory Box, and Poppy Stamps. I have used a lot of his dies over the years… they are the best designs in the industry. And now he has another company – – the Old School Chocolate Company! (After all… not much goes better with crafting then chocolate!) He sent me a box of treats and I am in love. I am not a big sweets person, but the peanut butter and mint are perfection. Unique, cute, and perfect for gifts.

If you want to try the Old School Chocolate Company, you use the code “YUMMY” and to get 50% off their order through 4/30/18. Yum!

SUPPLIES

Want to find the products I used? To make them easy for you to find, I have listed them below. (Compensated affiliate links used at no cost to you. Thank you! Affiliate and product disclosure can be found here. All products were personally purchased except those with an asterisk. As always, this post was NOT asked for, paid, or sponsored.) Click on the letters below each picture to go to a favorite store.

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BIRCH PRESS LAYERING DIES
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Birch Press Prem Layer Dies
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Birch Press Kaleidoscope Layer Dies
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Birch Press Dazzler Layer Dies
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Birch Press Bali Layer Dies
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Birch Press Adi Layer Dies
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Birch Press Viva Layer Dies
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Birch Press Grace Layer Dies
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Birch Press Butterfly Garden Layer Dies
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Birch Press Sparkler Butterfly Layer…
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Birch Press Kessa Arch Layer Dies
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Birch Press Mandala Card Frame Die
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Birch Press Mandala Circle Base Die
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Birch Press Dazzler Base Die
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Birch Press Thanks Sugar Script Die
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Birch Press Hello Sugar Script Die
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Birch Press Sending Sugar Script Die
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Birch Press Hugs Sugar Script Die
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Birch Press Kindness Sugar Script Die
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Birch Press Just Because Sugar Script…
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Birch Press Love Sugar Script Die
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Birch Press Wishing Sugar Script Die
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Birch Press Celebrate Sugar Script Die
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Birch Press You Sugar Script Die
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Birch Press Big Thanks Sugar Script…
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Birch Press Smile Sugar Script Die
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Birch Press Big Hugs Sugar Script Dies
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Birch Press Big Wishing Sugar Script…
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Birch Press Big Senging Sugar Script…
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Birch Press Big You Sugar Script Dies
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*Birch Press Just Because Stamps
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Memory Box Spring Lilacs Stamp Set
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Poppy Stamps Sending Scribbles Stamp Set
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*Birch Press Dragonfly Greetings…
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*Gina K Designs Lettered and Lovely…
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*Altenew Quilled Elegance Stamp Set
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Cas-ual Fridays Supercalifragistic…
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*The Ink Road Stamps I Made a Thing…
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Gemini Junior Die Cut Machine
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Spellbinders Embossing Mat
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Lint Rollers
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Tim Holtz Craft Pick
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Therm O Web Purple Tape
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Gina K Connect Glue
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3M Foam Adhesive
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Birch Press Time to Celebrate Stamp Set
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Couture Creations Double Sided Adhesive
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Scrapbook Adhesives Thin Foam Squares
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Kokuyo Long Dot Liner Adhesive
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Gina K Designs Cardstock
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Lawn Fawn Cardstock
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Neenah Classic Crest 110lb Cardstock
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SSS 40lb Vellum
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Grafix Platinum Vellum
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Simon Says Stamp Glitter Cardstock
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Tim Holtz Watercolor Paper
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Lucy’s Cards Jewels
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Jewel Picker
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Bead Tray
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Tonic Aqua Shimmer Pens
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Tonic Crystal Glaze
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Tsukineko Shimmer Spritz
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VersaMark Ink
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Hero Arts Ultrafine Clear Embossing…
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Hero Arts White Satin Pearl Embossing…
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Hero Arts Heat Gun
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Arteza Real Brush Watercolor Pens
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*Craft a Life You Love Book
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White Craft Foam
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Acrylic Frame
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* Tim Holtz Tonic Glass Media Mat
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848 thoughts on “Die Cutting Tips + GIVEAWAY + Discount Code”

  1. WOW! Love these dyes!!!! These cards are beautiful. I’m going home from work to see what intricate dyes I have to try and replicate theses techniques. Thanks!

  2. Oh, my! These are amazing! Love these layering dies… they are so elegant and the look is amazing! I started out as a stamper, and I love-love-love stamping, but I’ve used dies for a long time now… mostly for greetings and die-cutting an image, backgrounds… I do have to say, lately, I don’t mind using just die-cuts! 🙂

  3. Your cards are stunning! Thank you for the beautiful inspiration! Tough question- I think I am leaning towards die-cutting now. Thank you for the chance to win!

  4. Oh boy. I do not know which one is my favorite. They go together as one for me.

    Wow. You made so many wonderful examples with this release. I think you made more amazing cards than possible all their designers.

  5. Wow!! Those dies are so different and unique.
    I do prefer dies over stamping being a new card maker i don’t have alot of inks. I love the layered dies because you can do so many things with them.
    Love your videos and techniques.

  6. This video has definitely leant me more towards die cutting! Your videos are always so creative and inspiring, thank you! Love to see the many ways to get use out of die cuts and absolutely love the Birch Press layering dies 😍

  7. I have to say that my passion is die cutting is my passion, for three reasons. 1.) I love the detail that can be used in many different card thechniques, 2.) the flexibility of cutting and dry embossing 3.) using dies can be replicated over and over. I bought my big shot Many years ago (10+) to me it was cost effective compared to buying pre-made in the stores.
    On another note I just wanted to say you are an amazing and very talented lady who loves the lord and her family first and foremost. Regardless of the giveaway I just felt the need for me to voice my appreciation, thank you.

  8. I do both, but definitely like die cutting more. I love the look of diecut sentiments and backgrounds and it’s easier for me to get it right! Your cards are gorgeous and the dies are to “die” for!

  9. I LOVE your videos and blog! I like stamping but I really love running a die that is perfectly positioned on my stamped image through the die cutter and getting it out on the other side perfectly cut. Popping it out from the paper is my favorite.

  10. Oh my! so many options… I am starting out using diecut. but have loved and learned to use stamps. My new favorite is die cut. Your videos are so easy to follow. Thank you!

  11. Hmm, while it sort of depends on whatever I’ve *just* seen and loved, I think that die-cutting might edge out stamping in my preferences. There’s something about the precise cuts and the 3-D, textured nature of it that just grabs me. Layering dies in particular just drive me crazy with ideas! Thanks for the detailed post and for the opportunity to win. 😀

  12. I can’t really say I prefer one over the other since most of the time I end up using both techniques on a card. These Birch Press dies are to die for. It is just the price point that keeps me from adding a set to my collection.

  13. Hi Jennifer! I love Die Cuts! After watching this video….I think I may need to purchase some of these layering dies! So lovely! Thank you for sharing!

  14. Hi, Jennifer! Normally I am a stamp girl who throws in some due cuts but I love theses dies! I rarely watch you tube videos and accidentally found this one on dies and I am hooked! Can’t t wait t o try these techniques.

  15. Fantastic cards Jennifer. I probably stamp more than die cut but that’s probably because I have more stamps than dies. Would love it if Birch Press products were available in NZ. They are so unique.

  16. Fabulous cards! I love die cutting and have enjoyed it for a long time; it provides depth, texture, dimension, contrast. I think stamping can do those things, too, but I have more fun with die cutting.

  17. I usually enjoy the art of stamping more, but the more I see these layering died the more I am in love with the beautiful look they give. Your examples are just stunning Jennifer! Thank you so much for all the inspiration you continue to bring us!

  18. I love rubber stamping but I have to say that you have really opened my eyes to the possibilities of die cutting! I have subscribed to your YouTube channel and find so many wonderful options for using products that I already have along with many products that I needed to add to my collection. Thank you for sharing your creativity and sparking my creativity in the process! Well Done Jennifer! (The Birch Press layering dies are high on my wish list now!)

  19. Die cutting is my favorite! I have some older Birch Press layering dies which I love, but these….. magnificent creations! Your work is such an inspiriration in so many ways. Thank you for sharing your passion and your heartcwith all of us!

  20. I´m not sure if I´m in time (I´m writing from germany) – but I love all of your cards! They´re fantastic! I love rainbow colouring… by now I prefered stamping, but if I would be the lucky one to win, this may change…
    Have a wonderful time!

  21. These are so incredibly beautiful and creative! I love all of the colors! I prefer die cutting. It’s a very unique way to add dimension and color that’s different than the traditional stamping. Thank you for all of the ideas!

  22. Gorgeous Cards and amazing Dies! I like die cutting more than stamping. Thanks for the inspiration

  23. I love both but prefer stamping because often i think die cutting isn’t enough. But these cards are amazing, these are great ideas to get more out of our dies. Thanks for sharing and inspiring us!

  24. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE die cutting! With just a few die cut pieces, a project can come together in no time :). Thank you for sharing all of your ideas, tips, and tricks! You are an inspiration to all :)!

  25. Love these dies! My preference is die-cutting for sure! How cool is it to be able to create something at home that could only previously be purchased at a card store 🙂

  26. Absolutely beautiful cards, very unique. After watching this video yesterday, I went home and spend few hour die-cutting 🙂 It is so much fun and combining dies from different set can result is very unique looks. But I love stamping as well. It’s impossible to choose one over another 🙂

  27. An AMAZING bunch of techniques for these beautiful dies! I have a few of the full-card Birch Press sets, but now I want some of the circles, too. I’m looking forward to a crafting session as much fun as yours was.

  28. I do like the die-cutting better than stamping – it seems to not only be easier for me but the results are better!! Thanks so much for the fabulous video.

  29. Hi Jennifer:
    I am very new to card making and would like you to know how much your videos have meant to me. i have learned so much from what to get as tools and supplies to the “how to’s” of card making. You are so patient and explain in a way that anyone can follow you. One of the things I admire is you show that you can make a mistake even though you are advanced as a designer. I appreciate that transparence to your viewers. Thank you so much for everything you do for us your viewers.

    Sincerely,
    Diane Winters

  30. I first fell in love with stamping and then I found diecutting . I still stamp on every card I make but I also do a lot of diecuts . I love these

  31. I first fell in love with stamping and then I found diecutting . I still stamp on every card that I make but I use diecuts a lot too. I love these new dies and thanks for showing them to us. Hugs !! ❤😀

  32. Stamping is my first love, but I love die cutting too. Thanks so much for showing me the new dies as they are really nice. Hugs !! ❤😀

  33. Oooooh die cutting or stamping? Tough question! It has always been stamping,but lately I have been doing more die-cutting & have been buying more & more dies. Hmmmmm! For right this minute, my fave would be stamping!

  34. I have been stamping for most of my life, so I will always have a soft spot for that. I am new to die-cutting and am enjoying getting my feet wet with that, but it is still so new to me that I would have to say stamping is still my favorite.

  35. As much as I do like stamping, I have always been a die cut girl. I have always loved using them in my scrapbook pages and then eventually on cards. This brought a whole new layer to them though (no pun intended lol) and I can’t wait to try it!

  36. So many beautiful dies and cards. You have such fabulous ideas! I’d have to say I like both, but I’d have to say that I do love stamping more. Maybe because I’ve done it more, maybe because I love the coloring that goes along with it, I find it so therapeutic and relaxing. Thanks for this new episode, I’m loving these longer more detailed informative videos. Thanks so much!

  37. Oh my goodness, I couldn’t pick a favorite here if my life depended on it. Every card is so stunning. I have ordered a few sets but now I would love to buy all. I love all the color combinations you have used and all the many ways to use these dies. I am very eager to get the sets I ordered. Thank you for sharing and inspiring us each and every day. 🙂

  38. Beautiful cards I so need some background layering dies so versatile and just gorgeous to look at. I’m envious!

  39. You are simply amazing! I can’t believe all the things you can do with stacking die cuts, I would never have thought you could do that and make cards as beautiful as you have done.I can’t wait to try that technique, I love to use die cuts, thanks for the inspiration!

  40. What a wonderful, informative video. I am printing a copy of this blogpost to have it as a quick reference. I like stamping better because I have been doing it longer, but I am quickly become a fan of die cutting too because of the wow! that I can add to my cards. Thanks for all you do!

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