DIY: Clear and Simple Style Watch: Large Print Alphabet Dies

April 14, 2013

Introducing : Large Print Alphabet Dies | Damask Love BlogDid you think the monogramming was over?! No ma’am! I have lots more monogramming going on up in here and today is no exception.  Clear and Simple Stamps is releasing a new die collection today and I am so excited about it. By now you know I love monograms – so any crafting product that makes it easier to monogram is tops in my book.

The Large Print Alphabet Die Collection is just that – large dies…larger than any I’ve seen out there.

Be still my monogram loving heart.

To show of these awesome dies, I’ve another template for you to use when packaging up your cards. This template is one I saw at Anthropologie and decided to replicate with my own crafting supplies!

Introducing : Large Print Alphabet Dies | Damask Love Blog

 

Flap Box Template | Damask Love Blog

 

Trim cardstock for inner portion to 6 1/2″ x 11″

{A} Score at 1/2″ and 1″

{B} Score at 5 1/2″ and 6″

{C} Score at 6″ and 6 1/2″

Trim cardstock for cover to 13 1/2″ x 4 1/2″

{D} Score at 2″ and 2 1/2 ”

{E} Score at 8 1/2″ and 9″

To assemble remove shaded areas and adhere with strong double-sided adhesive.

Introducing : Large Print Alphabet Dies | Damask Love Blog

Introducing : Large Print Alphabet Dies | Damask Love Blog

Introducing : Large Print Alphabet Dies | Damask Love Blog

SUPPLIES:

Large Print Alphabet Die Collection | Flower Buds Die Collection

As always, thanks for stopping by and spending a little bit of your day here with me! See you again tomorrow for …yep, you guessed it…more monograms!

 

13 thoughts on “Clear and Simple Style Watch: Large Print Alphabet Dies”

  1. Thanks for sharing. Where do you find cardstock 13 1/2 inches? or do you glue two pieces together to get that dimension?

    1. Hi Cathy!

      I actually have a stash of 11×17 cardstock that I keep on hand. It’s from Paper Presentation. It’s 130 lb and the best stuff ever! If you don’t have this size cardstock, you can just adhere two pieces together to get the same effect.

  2. Gorgeous!!! Cheeky request – can u please do a quick video or step by step for the anthropologie inspired envelope??? .. Pretty please?

  3. Love the die cut monogram cards. Everything you make is so much fun. Dang, for $240.00 I’m thinking I could have an electronic cutter that would cut many different fonts and sizes. I need a paying job. LOL

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