Happy Halloween! Popping in to share a card that I made for Papertrey Ink Make It Monday #138. This week Betsy showed us how to inlay the die cuts back into the card base. It was a great way to add style as well as give some dimension in the even.


So I pulled out my dies and created my own inlaid die-cuts card. FYI, I combined a couple of challenges for my card: a sketch from CAS on Sunday #20 and a cue word, black, from CASology Week 68.

                                        Captain_America_The_First_Avenger_posterScreen Shot 2013-10-31 at 12.01.47 AM

*source: Captain America, Sochi 2014*

I was also inspired by a shied from Captain America movie poster and color combo from olympic logo.


Here is a closer look at the focal point of my card. I created circle die-cuts using My Favorite Things’ Circle Die-namics and Perfect Match Cardstock Sampler by Papertrey Ink. The sentiment from Mama Elephant Good Times set was heat embossed using white embossing power as well as the little star from Hero Arts Year Round Sentiments.


FYI, these are the supplies I used: the heat tool and Cuttlebug were not pictured. That’s all I have for today. Thank you so much for stopping by. Hope you have a safe and fantastic day! 

May Park

26 thoughts on “Make It Monday #138: Inlaid Die-cuts Card

  1. Great inspirations. Wonderful use of the challenges! I love this technique!

    Thanks for joining us this week at CASology!

  2. This is fabulous. I really like the way you drew on the shield and Olympics logo for inspiration – clean, simple and bold! Great work. Thanks so much for playing along with ASM this week!

  3. Wow , What an interesting and cool carThank you so much for sharing with us at Craftin ‘ Desert Divas !

    Mayrasdesigns.BlogSpot.comd !

  4. Gorgeous Work!!! Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!!! – Ashli 🙂

  5. Hi May! LOVE this card – so much fun colour! Thank you so much for coming to play at Shopping our Stash this week 🙂 Remember you need to link up to SOS in your post to be eligible for a spot in the Top 3 🙂

  6. what an incredibly lovely take on the inset diecutting technique, i really love it! thanks for SHOPPING YOUR (stitching!) STASH with us this week! ♥

  7. Love your card! What a fun and cool technique! Thanks so much for playing along with us in the Craftin Desert Divas Linky Party!

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