Tommy's birthday card - some lovely decorative paper, a border from the same pack, a ribbon, a peeloff ...
and his name.
This alphebet is Harmony - I only have the one set and have found this adequate for greetings, names or just initials. If you look at my Love and Marriage Label on the sidebar you will find lots of examples of how I've used these dies. I like this particular set because they can be spaced evenly or unevenly, or even interlocked, and with using double side tape - adhering them is easy.
Cut a small square, place DST on the back.
Sandwich: A / B / die cut face up / Card with DST face up over the letter to be cut / B
Using this method you only cut where you need and the DST does not stick to the die.
Always remember that with the Provocraft dies you do NOT use the C Plate - if you do - something will break! I know this - I have done this!
Buying dies is expensive! How many dies do you have that you use? How many sit in the cupboard?
As crafters we all have the tendancy to want ALL...but with the vast amount of dies on the market, sometimes choices have to be made! I realise that I'm always alerting you of new dies and embossing folders, even machines (more about that on Thursday)! I share my experiences and information with you because knowledge if a powerful thing, with it you can make your choices wisely and your dies and folders will pay you dividends, if you don't!
Have a good day,