Inlay die cuts over Glossy paper with Video

Inlay die cuts over Glossy Paper

Using your dies in many different ways is an energizing part of cardmaking. In today’s project, I create a colored panel to show through the intricate inlay die cuts on a panel. It’s an easy way to get messy color look really great.


Inlay die cuts over Glossy Paper

Inlay die cuts over Glossy paper with Stampin Up products with Jenny Hall at


Design Details

Glossy Paper Panel

Glossy White Paper has a unique quality of allowing ink to react when it’s introduced to rubbing alcohol. By dripping ink onto the paper surface, it will react as soon as rubbing alcohol it misted on top. The color combinations are magical!

For a visual demonstration on how I created this project, check out the video demonstration link below.


Inlay die cuts (putting them back in the paper)

I have created a card today that could appear as a sympathy card or be given subtle changes to make it an all occasion card. How would you change this design to suit your card making need? By placing the intricate dies in well planned places on the paper, it appears as if the leaves are falling from a branch. To inlay die cuts, simply place them back into the area which they were cut, and secure the paper to the panel with small pieces of dimensionals or tape.


Inlay die cuts over Glossy paper with Stampin Up products with Jenny Hall at     Inlay die cuts over Glossy paper with Stampin Up products with Jenny Hall at


Seasonal Layers Thinlits dies are available in my online store



measurements for this project

Crumb Cake card stock card base: 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
Glossy Paper layer: 4″ x 5 1/4″
Crumb Cake card stock panel: 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″
scraps of Whisper White card stock for sentiments



I created a visual demonstration of this project that is posted on my YouTube channel. CLICK here to watch or watch below.


Inlay die cuts over Glossy paper with Stampin Up products with Jenny Hall at


Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂



Having more ways to create a focal point on your project can make a project work for you. Simple watercolor is fun and easy and applies a piece of yourself to your project. Thanks for stopping by today.

-Jenny Hall

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