Hello Card | New A2 Coverplate Dies

Hello friends! Today I'm sharing about some new dies that make cardmaking easy and fun! Scrapbook.com just released a range of A2 Coverplate Dies that include both the sentiment and border all in one die. A2 Coverplate dies are 4.25 x 5.5 inches (the size of a standard card) so the only thing you have to do is choose the background and some embellishments so for the card I'm sharing today that's exactly what I did!

Hello Card by Juliana Michaels featuring Scrapbook.com Hello A2 Coverplate Die and Pops Of Color

Here's a peek at the 4 NEW A2 Coverplate designs. One for each of the most common card making themes...Christmas, Birthday, Hello and Thanks!


To create my card, I used the Hello A2 Coverplate to die cut a piece of Light Grey Woodgrain Cardstock. Using the same die, I cut it 2 more times from plain white cardstock and glued all of the layers together to create some dimension. I then inked the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.


For the background, I used the Buttercup and Vines Stencil and applied Soft Lilac Pearl Pops Of Color through the stencil onto a piece of Distress Watercolor Paper. To thicken the Pops of Color and to prevent it from bleeding under the stencil, I mixed in a little bit of Therm O Web Duo Transfer Gel. You can learn more about various ways to use Pops of Color with Stencils here.


Once the stencil work was dry, I ink smooshed the paper into some Old Paper Distress Ink for a slightly vintage feel and dried it with my heat tool.

For a bit more color, I die cut some leaves from the Scrapbook.com Boho Paper Pad using the Layered Roses and Delicate Leaves Die Sets and tucked them in behind the sentiment section on the A2 Coverplate. I then finished it off with a sentiment from the Wordfetti Sunny Days Stamp Set which I inked up using Pumice Stone Distress Oxide Ink.


Thanks for stopping by to day! So which new A2 Coverplate is on your must have list? Or do you need all 4 of them?!

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