Think your electronic die cut machine is only for cutting? Designer Susie Moore is here today to show you what else you can do with it!
Sketching with pens is an oft-overlooked feature of many die cut machines. Susie used pens from Cri-Kut with her Silhouette machine to make all the embellishment designs on this card! The sentiment and stitching were done with a glitter pen for a little extra “pop” in those elements.
The only actual 3D elements on the card are the gems that Susie added inside the flowers and then off to the side a bit. The shine and dimension are just the right touch!
Supplies | Patterned paper: Crate Paper (Little Boy Blue 6×6 paper pad). Cardstock: PaperTrey Ink. Digital File: Silhouette (Sketch Flower).
Pens: Cri-Kits. Gems: Queen & Co.
Designer: Susie Moore
Susie Cannon Moore is married to her soulmate Randall, and between them they have five grown children – four boys and one girl – and five wonderful grandchildren. They live in a small country town called Maypearl, Texas. Susie has been paper crafting all her life, but started scrapbooking seriously in 1998. She has been published in Paper Crafts and Just Steampunk, and also have been on HGTVʼ’s Crafterʼ’s Coast to Coast. Susie loves to scrapbook her family, and do mini books (mostly as gifts). Card making is also a passion she has embraced for years. As a computer nerd, she especially enjoys using digis. In May of 2011, Susie, who has been a dieaholic from the early Sizzix days, started a website devoted to crafting with dies. You can visit her website at The Dies Have It.