_DSC6107 This is the final part of my mini die odyssey and I hope you have enjoyed it half as much as I have.Here is a list of the dies used......

Here's how we did it......FotorCreatedmc5I die-cut the cake from gold, pink and ivory card. Using the gold die-cut as the base I trimmed the other two to size and mounted them as shown. Next, I added a row of adhesive gems before mounting the assembled cake onto the base card using adhesive foam pads.

FotorCreatedmc7I die-cut several bunting triangles from various shades of card before printing my sentiment onto white card, trimming to size and rounding off the corners. I used a fineline marker to add the impression of stitching near the top of each bunting die-cut and attached them in place after gently curling the tips. Finally, I die-cut and mounted gold star for good measure.

FotorCreatedmc6I used a PC to create and print the sentiment on the base card before die-cutting three ivory and one pink bunny. After mounting the pink bunny with adhesive foam pads I attached the three ivory bunnies before trimming to fit the edge of the card. For the finishing touch I tied a length of thin pink ribbon into a bow and applied it to the pink bunny.

FotorCreatedmc8I die-cut the deer from ivory card and three pink doilies. I mounted the doilies onto a rectangle of the same shade of pink card before trimming to size and rounding off the corners with a punch. I mounted the pink and grey rectangles onto the base card together with the deer before creating and printing my sentiment (complete with bad pun!) using a PC which I trimmed to size and mounted using an adhesive foam pad.

Well that's it!, That's your lot! I have really enjoyed playing with these mini dies, they are perfect for plugging a gap in your ever growing die stash without having to invest in a whole set. I'm really sad that our journey is at and end but I'm sure that there are new adventures awaiting us just over the horizon.

Thanks for stopping by, See you all again soon.

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