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Introducing the Cut Mat Create Collection !

Have you ever wished for a magic wand that creates professional looking layouts, perfectly matted cards, and multi-layered paper crafting projects in the wink of an eye? The revolutionary Cut, Mat, Create Collection from Heartfelt Creations is a unique system designed with stress-free crafting in mind. You can finally liberate cherished family photos hidden away in dusty shoe boxes and create stylish scrapbook pages with ease—and without restrictive plastic pockets!  The dies create a grid that fits perfectly on a 12" page, allowing for limitless layout possibilities.  Use with stamps and papers to create precisely matted cards or mini albums.  The 4 die sets contain 27 individual dies. The 6 coordinating stamp sets also complement previous collections. The luxurious papers work hand in glove with both dies and stamps. Whether you are a paper crafting novice or a design diva, you will love the freedom, simplicity and versatility of this innovative, must have collection.

Visit the HC Blog to watch the video and get a glimpse of this amazing collection!

I created a card using the fabulous stamp and dies, because the dies are perfect for card making as well.


Other Products: Tombow Multi Mono Glue, Water Colour Pencils, foam adhesive, pearls, Koi water brush, Momento Tuxedo Black Ink, ribbon, rhinestones
Instructions: Start with a 5.5"x 8.25" folded card base. Cut pattern paper from the Cut Mat Create Paper collection to size, distress the edges and adhere to card base. Stamp the Classic Rose image in black ink no water-colour paper. Colour the image using water colour pencils. Cut using the die from 1B set. Die cut a white mat using 1A die and mat the coloured image. Tie a ribbon around and adhere to card. Die cut flourishes using the 2B die and assemble everything as shown.

Have a great day friends!

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  1. Ujjwal, love the colouring, beautiful card.

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  2. Beautiful Ujjwal!! Love the bright colors and your design is fabulous!!

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  3. I always love the way you use color! Beautiful card!

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