Cardmaking, Die Cutting, EBE by Julie Ebersole, Essentials By Ellen

5 Creative Ways To Use Alphabet Dies

Today I’m sharing 5 Creative Ways to Use Alphabet dies on your handmade cards.  I’m featuring the brand new Tall Skinny Alpha Die Set and Tall Skinny Numbers Dies, both a part of the newest holiday release from EllenHutson.com.


It’s Carissa Wiley here with you today.  I’ll be sharing 5 new card projects featuring 5 creative ways to use alphabet dies on your cards. 

Alphabet dies are an easy way to customize a sentiment for any card, for any occasion.  There are many ways to use them.  Today I’m sharing five alphabet die cut techniques including

  1. Adding dimension to your alphabet die cuts with foam
  2. Knockout alphabet elements
  3. Alphabet shaker windows
  4. Personalized sentiment cards
  5. Layered letters

All of these techniques will give your alphabet dies different looks and are sure to keep the creative wheels turning when you’re crafting.

I’ll walk you through all of today’s techniques in today’s video tutorial, and give you some tips and tricks along the way.  Be sure to check it out!

I hope today’s post has inspired you to dig out your alphabet dies and create some card projects with your favorite sentiments.  Thanks for stopping by!  Until next time, I hope you have a fabulous day!

XOXO
Carissa

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3 Comments

  • Reply Stefanie October 15, 2020 at 7:30 am

    These cards are fabulous! I could never pick a favorite because I love them all. Thanks Carissa, always love your creations.

  • Reply Andre M. October 17, 2020 at 5:39 pm

    Fantastic ideas, love the palette on these cards and the fun use of the alpha die.

  • Reply Nina October 28, 2020 at 6:40 am

    Love these! The color palette and the skinny alphas are so fun! <3 You cheery voiceover is the best! ^^ So fun to listen to!

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