12 February 2020

Amazing Paper Grace February Die of the Month Blog Hop

The February Die of the Month is an interactive card, but don't be fooled, the pieces and parts assemble to make lovely normal cards and ensembles.  We all love interactive cards too though and this one is addicting to open.  Becca designed a slightly elegant version of a shutter card that you can dress it up and dress it down to your heart's desire.  Say hello to The Elegant Reveal Shutter Card.

Today we're hopping to give you additional ideas on how to use the dies that come in the set.  There are several gorgeous inlay dies and a nested set of dies that create apertures or create frames.  Just imagine making a box or a basket.  We've even talked about creating a candle or a votive holder!  The dies are perfect for the cover of any card but think about using the reveal sliders on top of a box.  Here's to hoping you find some time to grab the dies and manage to sit down and play.

Here are the dies included in the set:
My Project Today:

Today I`m back with my card made with Amazing Paper Grace February Die of the Month. The size of the card is 6x6 inch. On the front page, I put decorative elements and an oval shape with the sentiment. I glued it to one wing.
Additionally, I used flowers to decorate the top of my card.

Dies are very easy to use and the effect is spectacular. When you open card's wings you can see the hidden sentiment, flowers or whatever you put inside.
I didn't use stamps. Both of my sentiments are printed out. It allows me to simply customise the size of my print.

Supply List:
Stamps: none
Paper: gold paper, "Nice Moments" ScrapAndMe
Ink: none
Accessories: Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month The Elegant Reveal Shutter Card, pearls, Platinum Die Cutting and Embossing Machine

If you want to find out more about the Club - prices, how you sign up and what's included, 
please look --------> HERE.

If you missed the introduction and want to know more about what inspired the Die of the Month Club, 
look ------->HERE.

More inspiration is just a click away.  Stop by with each Creative Team Member to see how they manipulated this die to come up with a unique project for you to try!

Visit Kate        – craft2owls.blogspot.com
Visit Joanna    – joannakrog.blogspot.com
Visit Teresa     –  victorianpaperqueen.blogspot.com
Visit Ewelina  –  elinaart.blogspot.co.uk
Visit Karan     – karangerber.blogspot.com
Visit Becca     – amazingpapergrace.com/blog

We can’t wait to see what you make with these exclusive dies – be sure to post your creation on the Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month page -------> HERE or on Instagram using the hashtag #AmazingPaperGraceClubKit


  1. Wow! Gorgeous and amazing card! Beautiful die set! Love the hidden sentiments as you open the card! Love! tfs Hugs, Christine

  2. JUST BEAUTIFUL, Kate! LOVE the designer paper with all of your work! I DO LOVE the interactive part of this set too! It makes this QUITE SPECIAL!!! ;)<3

  3. I love this color combination! Your card is beautiful!

  4. This is such a gorgeous make, Kate! I love your design and paper choices. And you are right...that reveal is amazing!

  5. Kate, I am a pink person so love this card.
    Ann Robbins

  6. Hi, Kate,
    What a fabulous card! The sentiment is a perfect statement for the wonderful things that happen when the card is opened. The paper choices are beautiful and the design is well done. Love it!

  7. Just gorgeous love everything about this card the dip the layout the sentiment.

  8. Thank you everyone for a nice comment :) I really appreciate that :)

  9. What an elegant , intricate and simply stunning gatefold card you've created, Kate! What a treasured keepsake it will be for the lucky recipient. I love it all!

  10. Love your gorgeous card, Kate! I adore the beautiful, elegant yet "country" feeling, as well as the sentiment...you are inspiring to me! Thank you!!

  11. Beautiful Card! What do you mean when you say,'I didn't use stamps. Both of my sentiments are printed out.'? What do you print them on? Do you print them on card stock and then cut out with a die? Thank you for your response!

  12. Hi Marilyn, I did exactly how you wrote. The sentiment inside is printed on a white paper and the sentiment in front is printed on paped pad 6"×6" and then cut out with die.
    But this time I had a little piece of ppapr in colour I needed. So I put this paper in the centre of a proper A5 white paper and attached it by tape. Then I printed and cut die 🙂 Font is chosen by me.