Majestic Labels Eight will help you to make some really beautiful cards and there are lots of ways that you can use this and any of the Spellbinders dies.
Let the video show you how to use these dies and get the most out of your purchase
Many dies can be used in ways other than their intended and all it takes is a little imagination and confidence to play to see what you can come up.
When you buy a new die try cutting out all the shapes in the pack from some inexpensive paper and then layering them up in different ways to see what you like
These lovely flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts
You can use the these dies to give you a lovely lacy pattern that is separate from the card when you use the plates that will cut.
But not many people realise that you can change the plates and then simply emboss with the dies into the card you are using and that will leave the pattern imprinted there.
Let the video show some of the ways that you can use this set of Labels Eight from Spellbinders and then try the same ideas on other dies that you may have in your own personal collections
Here the Majestic Labels Eight has been used to cut white and silver mirror card to create a design especially for a wedding
The result is very pretty and the grey silk rose sets it off.
But once you have played with the die cuts you created when you bought the dies then you will see for yourself how they will look.
Try layering them with die cuts from other dies that you have as they will all work together.
And if you don't like the look then you can always start again. It is only card and paper and if you are using a cheaper card to play and practise with then nothing is lost.
All these cards are created from Labels Eight and the decorative Labels Eight but you can see how different they all look
For the pink one I have used the filigree edge to create my card base.
If you have this die in your "Stash" then I encourage you to get it out and play.
But it is an older die and is now retired from the Spellbinders website so you may have to search on line for it.
But try this idea with any dies that you have ... it will be worth the effort if it increase the way that your dies can be used.