4 August 2021

VIDEO | MFT Camp Create - Delightful Die Cutting

Hello there, have you been participating in MFT's Camp Create? It is a five day event where MFT is sharing crafty ideas and challenges and you can win a prize by participating! Head over to the blog to find out more details. Today is all about Delightful Die Cutting and I am delighted to have a video to share with you where I have created a wreath using layered die cutting. 

I started off my card by die cutting the elements for the wreath in advance. I cut the MFT Grande Greenery Solid Die-Namics from MFT Sno Cone Cardstock, MFT Cornflower Cardstock and C9 Midnight Blue Cardstock four times each. I also die cut the MFT Grande Greenery Outline Die-namics four times from MFT Translucent Vellum. I took an A2 white card base and using a circle die as a guide drew a faint pencil line circle to guide me for the shape of the wreath. 

I cut the Grande Greenery die cuts down so that I only used the top part and then adhered them one under and other until the wreath was complete. With the darker blue colour, I also popped in the vellum ones but slightly off-set for more interest. I then die cut the MFT Sweet Hello Die-namics three times from white cardstock (with adhesive sheet on the back) and sacked them up. It was added on top of the wreath. 

I took a sentiment from the MFT Bitty Holiday Wishes Stamp Set and stamped it on to more white cardstock with MFT Extereme Black Ink. It was die cut out using an MFT Skinny Strips Die-namics. I added foam tape to the centre and then adhered that below the hello. To finish off, I die cut the MFT Sweet Snowflakes Die-namics from MFT Silver Sparkle Cardstock and added them to the wreath, followed by a Bubble to the centre of each. 

While I was creating the card, I thought it would be fun to create wreaths in different colours and use different elements (instead of the snowflakes) to embellish it. I thought it would look lovely with hearts, stars, flowers etc. Sadly, I only had time to make one other card, so I went with a birthday star theme.

I created the wreath in the same way as the first card but this time cut the Grande Greenery Solid from MFT Black Licorice Cardstock and splattered on Dr Ph. Martin's Bleed Proof White paint on top. I cut the Grande Greenery Outline from the same MFT Translucent Vellum. They were alternated to complete the wreath. The sentiment on the strip is from the MFT Balloon Bouquet Stamp Set and the stars from the MFT Slumbering Sloths Die-namics


Here is the video showing how I made the card:

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I do hope that you will give Camp Create Delightful Die Cutting a try. I am really looking forward to seeing what you create! Have a wonderful day! 


  1. Beautiful and very creative cards and tag

  2. Wow! Michelle - these are absolutely beautiful. I love how you've changed up the colours and little dies to reflect the occasion. The blue is just so perfect for winter and the black is just so striking as one colour with the vellum and silver accents. Stunning cards and a brilliantly informative video xx


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