Hello crafty friends! I'm Lien and this week I'm sharing a clean and simple card that puts those large sentiment dies in the spotlight! As always you can find the video at the bottom of the blogpost!

For this card I started out by die cutting the Layered Joy Confetti Cuts a bunch of times. I cut it twice from 5 different colors of cardstock and one more time from a fun holographic cardstock. I also die cut the Brilliance Cover Panel Confetti Cuts from white cardstock. I always do all my die cutting at once. Now for the focal point, I am going to stack all the Joy die cuts in rainbow order. I use Bearly Art Precision Craft Glue (any liquid adhesive will do) to stack them all together. On top of all the colored layers I adhered the holographic die cut.

I love this effect. When this stacked die cut is adhered on the card, you only notice the top holographic layer when you look at the card head on, but all the colors will pop when you look at it from the side. And the added dimension also makes this sentiment pop! For the background I die cut the Brilliance Cover Panel Confetti Cuts but I wanted to add some sort of framing to it. The easiest way to do that is to trim down the panel and prop it up, leaving a white margin all the way around. It's a subtle but effective way to frame your panel.

To assemble this card, I propped the Brilliance panel up on a piece of cardboard, adhering it to my cardbase with liquid adhesive. I add the dot above the "j" one layer at a time straight onto the card with liquid adhesive and a jewel picker. This makes it easy to handle the small pieces. To finish this card I used a bunch of holographic gems and adhered them along the die cut lines left by the Brilliance Cover Panel Confetti Cuts this will nicely draw the eye to the focal Layered Joy Confetti Cuts.

If you'd like to see how I made this card plus a fun matching envelope, please watch the video below! Thank you so much for visiting!