I started with creating the quilt background: I cut the die from different pastel coloured cardstocks and puzzled them together on a scrap sheet of paper. I made 2 cards this time, but I could make so much more if I wanted to use all the little pieces. I find this building a background thing so relaxing and it looks amazing on its own with all the stitched details!
Then I stamped and coloured the deer and the fox from the stamp set. I used Copics in matching colours and I die cut them with their coordinating dies.
Before adhering the quilt panel to a white card square card base, i wrapped a 2 inches wide vellum strip around it. I used tape runner on the back side of my panel to avoid the adhesive showing through the vellum. I added the critters in the middle and stamped the sentiment on the vellum wrap using Staz-on black ink.
A bit of clear shimmer on the cloths, glossy accent on the noses and patterned and a few clear sequins finished these cute cards off.
I hope you got inspired and will try this amazing die yourself! The possibilities are endless. Until next time, happy crafting!