Moped Bigz Die | Sizzix

Friday, May 05, 2017


Hello everyone! How are you? My nieces are here so I really have a very less time to craft and think about ideas. But somehow I squeezed in a little time and created this cute card with Moped Bigz Die from Sizzix UK. I love creating all cute stuff but sometimes I think and come out of my comfort zone and create cards with different styles. But cute stuff with happy and bright colors are always close to my heart. :)


CARD DETAILS

This Moped Bigz Die was designed by Debi Potter and it die-cuts 9 pieces but you need to die-cut the wheels and lights twice. This Moped was too big for my card so I decided to adhere half portion on the card front and the remaining on the inside of the card!


I die-cut all the pieces by running the card stock and die through the Big Shot Express machine and distress colored with Festive Berries, Peacock Feathers, Black Soot and Mustard Seed distress inks. Once the pigment dries, I adhered all the pieces with Tombow Glue

Here's how the Moped looks like!

I took a white card base, masked the edges and ink blended the background with Black Soot Distress Ink. Then added splatters of water with a paint brush and blotted the excess with a tissue paper. This creates some magical effect to the background. Then adhered the Moped on the front of the card with a few hearts and stamped the sentiment from Technique Tuesday. I think the sentiment matches perfectly to this cute little card.


On the inside of the card, I masked the lower portion and blended with Black Soot Distress Ink, also added splatters of water. And finally added the remaining half portion on the inside of the card with a few punched hearts! :)


And that's it. I hope you like the card. Thank you so much for stopping by. See you soon :)


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1 comments

  1. How cute is that Deepti and it's such a great idea to make the moped go "around" the card. Love what you did

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