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Hello, hello, hello!

Ready to revisit a few more of the products in the CSS July/August Release?

Today I’m sharing a very easy-to-do project featuring the Topper dies. Instead of using them as intended, I decided to use the smallest topper die on a set of cards.

You all know how much I love a card set – especially a monogrammed one – so that’s exactly the direction I went with this project!

The size of the smallest die is perfect for framing a single alphabet letter from the Engraved Alphabet set.

Here’s a tip:
When using the topper die as a frame for your initial – use the “wrong side” of the die. Since the die comes out with a scoring line on it, using the flip side of the die cut will reduce the visibility of that scoring line.
And you know how much I love simple packaging for card sets! Here I just used a glassine bag and created a simple tag using the Wrappers Dies along with the Favor Flags Dies. I stamped a sentiment from Cart Pals: Occasions using Coral Necklace ink.
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