Did I just say ‘boring’? I think I might have mentioned this before, but I’ll admit not being super-excited about the Stampin’ Up! Lattice Die when it first came out. I had to be dragged kicking and screaming to my computer to order it… okay, maybe not quite that dramatic, but still 😉
I am a total convert now! I love this die! Ha ha… and I’ve converted a whole crew of other stampers, too. Maybe we should form an “I Love the Lattice” support group. Anyone want to join? Or ‘need’ to join?
Here are a few other samples of projects using the Lattice Die, to help convince you that you, too, need to add this die to your collection. Oh, and of course you can join my Big Shot Die of the Month Club and get the Lattice Die along with supplies for a set of projects.
This idea actually came from my friend Becky Strater. She was playing with the Lattice Die and decided to take the Rich Razzleberry frame left over after she made the die-cut, and she took the cut-out Real Red Lattice piece and fitted it back inside the frame. The piece of Designer Series Paper is actually layered behind the Lattice & frame. Very cool, eh? 🙂
I had to play with this on my own, so here’s what I came up with first:
And then I had this really cute tag, made for me by Tina Joergens (thanks, Tina!). I didn’t want to let the tag just sit idle (too darn cute) so I decided to incorporate it into a card using this Lattice frame technique.
The colors are Kraft, Not Quite Navy and Very Vanilla, and the butterfly image is from the Great Friend stamp set.
Convinced yet? I might have mentioned somewhere that I LOVE this die! Until October 10th you can still sign up for my Big Shot Die of the Month Club, featuring my favorite new Big Shot Die.
Stamps: Great Friend (113792), Upsy Daisy (111710)
Accessories: Big Shot (113439), Stampin’ Up! Lattice Die (115958)