Patterned paper die cuts for Kylie’s International Stampin Up Blog Highlight with a Video

Hello and thanks for stopping by my blog today! I am taking part in a special International Blog Highlight by Kylie Bertucci and you are able to VOTE for my project. The top ten winners will get to be part of an international blog hop. I would greatly appreciate it if you would please vote for my project. You can vote Wed April 12 @ 6pm Eastern by clicking here

*voting starts Wed 4/12 @ 6pm Eastern time US and lasts for 5 days

I am in slot #9 . Voting is done by clicking on the heart in the upper right hand corner of the picture that appears when your mouse hovers over the photo.

Our theme for this highlight is to make a wedding card. We will all be using different Stampin’ Up! products with the same theme, but imagine how many different card designs there will be for new ideas to make for a wedding!


Patterned paper die cut card by Jenny Hall at


Design Details

The focal point of the card is most certainly the rose die cut made with Rose Garden Thinlits die. I created this rose by die cutting a piece of the Falling in Love DSP (or also called patterned paper). Then I used the stem/leaf die to cut from a scrap of Gold Glimmer paper. I then needed a grounding area for the design, so it was very easy to create a strip for my sentiment using Very Vanilla card stock to lie over the Vellum layer.  For the sentiment, I stamped from All Things Thanks. Only wanting a portion of the stamp to appear on my card, I covered the top portion of the stamp with a sticky note, dabbed on ink from the stamp pad and then removed the sticky note before stamping onto the card stock strip.

For a visual demonstration for making this project, please see the video link below.


Patterned paper die cut card by Jenny Hall at   Patterned paper die cut card by Jenny Hall at


I am using complimentary colors of pink, gold and light brown in this card’s design. This sheet of patterned paper from Falling in Love DSP works as a nice compliment to the white and brown colors in this design. For added attraction, I die cut the rose from the same pack of paper, just a different pattern. Using the patterned paper to make the die cut allowed this flower to have a natural look with highlights and shading. There are so many possibilities when die cutting the patterned paper with a thin die. The design lines will pick up colors that were not quite evident as part of the original visual effect of the paper.

I finished the project off with a few dots of gold glitter glue.


Patterned paper die cut card by Jenny Hall at


measurements for this project

Sahara Sand card stock card base is 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
Falling in Love DSP layer: 4″ x 5 1/4″
Vellum paper panel: 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″
Very Vanilla card stock strip: 1 1/2″ x 5″
Gold Glimmer paper scrap for stem die cut
Falling in Love DSP scrap for Rose Garden die cut

I’ve made a video tutorial for this project. To view the video on YouTube, CLICK HERE or watch below

Here is a supply list for this project, which includes links you can click to purchase an item, at no additional cost to you, or get detailed information. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂

Patterned paper die cut card by Jenny Hall at

These components work together to make a nice, clean and simple card design with pleasant colors. It will be easy for you to duplicate and try a new color scheme. Thanks for visiting my blog today, please make sure you head over to Kylie’s blog  to vote for my project. I would love to be chosen to do an international blog hop!

Meanwhile, I hope you find a simple card design and make it your own.

-Jenny Hall



For information about this month’s live events, click here for details and supplies

Patterned paper die cut card by Jenny Hall at

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  1. Beautiful card! This was one of the first thinlit dies I ever got, it’s so pretty on its own that it is almost intimidating to try and put it on a background. I love the layout you’ve used here; it’s simple and elegant!

    • Hey, Natalie! I’m glad you like it! I like how we had the same idea with that stamp, I laughed out loud when I saw how you and I both masked it exactly the same way. Great minds think alike? I think that is the coolest 🙂 -Jenny

  2. I love visiting your blog Jen … your work is so inspirational! And this gorgeous wedding card is no exception … love everything about it. Look out, I am stalking you! 🙂

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