You Are A Treasure Die Cut Card

You Are A Treasure Die Cut Card

Hi, crafty friends! For my project today, I made a card that has some beautiful contrasting colors. Red and Yellow are so beautiful together. I love the bright yellow with the deep red and then the white just softens the whole look. Picking beautiful card stock can dramatically affect your card design. I can’t wait to show you what I did, so let’s get started.


  • Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers
    • Sirio Cherry
    • Banana Split
    • Pure White
  • Simon Says Stamp: Floral Card Front Die, Beautiful Flowers
  • Black Ink
  • Nuvo Crystal Drops Simply White
  • Ranger Diamond Stickles


Cherry Sirio, Banana Split, and Pure White swatches


I started by using the Floral Card Front and die cutting one each from Cherry and Banana Split and then I die cut two from Pure White. I will be using the white for the frame of the die and yellow and red for the inlay part of the flowers and butterfly.

die cuts for treasure card

On a Pure White A2 size card base, I adhered the two white frames (I glued those together for dimension) onto the card base. I then glued all of the inside pieces from the die cuts, Banana Split for the flowers, Cherry for the leaves, centers of the flowers and the butterfly. I glued those in with liquid adhesive.

completed die cut inlay background

I finished the card with the stamped sentiment in black ink from the Beautiful Flowers Stamp Set and then used the Simply White Crystal Drops for embellishment on the flower pedals.


sentiment added to die cut inlay card


I wanted to add some glitter to the card so I  used Diamond Stickles for the centers of the flowers and some detail on the wings of the butterfly.

finished die cut inlay "you are a treasure" card


I hope you enjoyed this project, have a wonderful day! 

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Joy Baldwin

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