Awesomely Artistic Dragonfly Thinlit. This Thinlit is absolutely, wonderfully gorgeous! On top of that, it’s versatile. Sometimes, a detailed Thinlit has only one way to be used. But I have found several to use it on my cards. Perhaps I can do that because there are 2 layers to it.
The set of dies is called Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits. Straightforward, don’t you think? I took The top detailed dragonfly and created it from Basic Black cardstock. Then I created the solid dragonfly, of the same size, in Vellum cardstock. I sponged different different colors from the Subtles collection all over it, then glued it to the back of the black dragonfly. Don’t you love the effect?
By the way, I also stamped some of the details from the card front on the inside of the card. Take a peek.
Here’s the list of supplies I used on this card
- While Old Olive is used all over the card front, Island Indigo is there for contrast. Pink Pirouette and Melon Mambo were used on the flowers.
- The banners were created with the Triple Banner Punch. After creating the Very Vanilla layer, I trimmed 1/8″ from each side.
- The green Enamel Shape heart adds a special detail, but remains flat. That means you won’t need extra postage to mail this card!
This Awesomely Artistic Dragonfly Thinlit is so special. This is my favorite way to use the die-cut, as a focal point!