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April 4, 2018

A stripy card set

Hello everyone!

Sindhu here. Hope you are having a great week. This is my first post for Heffy Doodle blog and I’m super excited!

I made a set of three cards that are super fun to make.

I first die cut a bunch of coloured card stock sheets using the Heffy cuts- ‘Strips of ease‘ and ‘Stitched strips of ease‘. There are three standalone dies in each set and I ran them through my die cutting machine without separating them. I also saved the thin strips that are left out to make a bonus card.

Here is the first one-


I started by covering a printer paper with adhesive and adhered the strips diagonally. Then, I trimmed off the edges and die cut a circle window. I also die cut the word ‘hey’ using Hey- Heffy cuts. I covered the diecut with a layer of Wink of Stella and applied a coat of ‘Morning Dew’ Nuvo crystal drops.

I assembled the card by adhering the diagonal panel to a card base and stuck the die cut word. I stamped a sentiment from ‘Whatcha Sayin’‘ stamp set to complete the card.

Here is a close up…


For the second card, I followed the same steps as the first except that I used Stitched strips of ease instead of their stitched counterparts and used a die cut word instead of the whole panel.

I also dry embossed the background using the ‘Stitched strips of ease‘. Dry embossing in the background adds a lot of interest to a simple card while not dominating the focal image.


I heat embossed the sentiments from ‘Whatcha Sayin’‘ stamp set and cut them out using the ‘Whatcha Sayin” Heffy cuts. I also went over the die cut sentiment using copic markers in same colours as the coloured card stock strips. As the coloured card stock is a bit glossy, the Copic ink pools giving a fun result.


For the last card, I used the left over strips from die cutting. They are thinner than the actual die cuts but still are good to work with. I followed the same steps as the first card but die cut a heart which I used as a focal image. For this card too, I dry heat embossed the background using the ‘Stitched strips of ease‘ Heffy cuts. I heat embossed the sentiment from ‘Whatcha Sayin’‘ stamp set and die cut it using the ‘Whatcha Sayin” Heffy cuts.

Here is a close up…

Aren’t they fun to make? You could also use scraps of patterned papers for a completely different look.

I hope you like the cards. Have a great week..



April 4, 2018

2 Comments on “A stripy card set

A stripy card set
April 5, 2018 at 2:45 am

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April 5, 2018 at 12:32 pm

Gorgeous cards Sindhu, those colours are so beautiful together!


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