Amazing Paper Grace Elegant Infinity Card

Elegant Infinity Spellbinder Die of the Month Amazing Paper Grace Authentique Flawless Shabby Chic Card by Kathy Clement Kathy Clement Kathy by Design Photo 01

Amazing Paper Grace Elegant Infinity Card with Authentique Flawless

Hello, Friends!  Have you seen the Amazing Paper Grace Elegant Infinity Spellbinder’s Die of the Month yet?  Oooh la la!  This is one beautiful set of dies!  It pairs perfectly with the new Authentique Flawless paper collection.  This combination of pink and black makes me super happy!

Amazing Paper Grace Elegant Infinity Card: An Inlaid Mosaic Design

The star of the show is this gorgeous inlaid die cut from the Elegant Infinity Die.  Here’s how I made that happen:

  • First, die cut the medallion, the circle and the square frame from cream cardstock.
  • TIP: use a bit of washi tape to hold the dies in place once you’ve spaced them out on your cutting plate.  This keeps them from shifting and ensures a perfect cut.
  • Next, tap the die cuts with Versamark Ink and heat emboss with WOW Vintage Romance Embossing Powder.
  • Then mat the die cuts on a 4 3/8″ square of Flawless Three.
  • Mat this on both pink and black cardstock.  Place a Prima Crystal in the center of the medallion for a little extra sparkle.
Amazing Paper Grace Elegant Infinity Card: Fit for a Queen

This die is so regal, I just had to add a banner of these Flawless beauties to the card front.

Fuchsia ribbon and Iridescent Metallic String add wonderful contrast to the pretty pastel papers.

Create sweet floral clusters with the cinch and go flower dies that come with the collection.  Attach them at each end of the banner for the perfect finishing touch.

Amazing Paper Grace Elegant Infinity Card: A Peek Inside

Inside the card, I’ve created a fancy sentiment card using the corner dies.  This is so simple to do, but adds such a touch of elegance to a piece of plain cardstock.  Die cut the corners from cream cardstock.  Then adhere them to a panel of blush cardstock.  Then die cut a lacy pocket using the same dies and designer paper.

This is one of my “party in a box” cards with sweet treats tucked into a fancy pocket.  This one holds a book mark, a tea wallet, cookies, chocolate, honey stick and a sweet little vintage silver plate spoon.  This would make such a lovely sweet 16 birthday card!

A Closer Look

There are 9 separate dies that come with the set, so I can see myself using it in lots of different ways.  The little cinch and go flowers would also make wonderful roses or rosebuds.

To find out how to subscribe to the Spellbinder’s Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month Club, click here.  You’ll find a linked supply list below this post.

Did I share some tips, tricks and ideas that you can use in your own crafty adventures?  I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below.

Thanks for stopping by!





10 thoughts on “Amazing Paper Grace Elegant Infinity Card

  1. Barbie Williams

    Wow Kathy! This sooo stunning! I love both of the projects that I’ve seen you make with this. You are just so talented! I would love to learn how to do the book type cards and maybe photo book things as well. Such a clever idea here with the goodies. Love love love it! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Sara Emily Barker

    Oh, wow! This is so pretty! You have showcased this die set perfectly both inside and out! Love all the details and yes! Perfect for Sweet 16! Now that I’ve figured out what I did wrong, I need to go back and re-comment on your latest post. Hugs!

  3. Gena L Krannig

    Kathy, this card is one of the most uniquely beautiful designs you have ever done! OMG, the way you used that banner and those flowers across that gorgeous die is absolutely breathtaking! Amazing Grace dies are in a league of their own. I absolutely love the images and sentiments you used as well as the sweet lovely treats on the inside. Thank you for sharing! Hugs!

  4. MaryH

    I agree you and Becca are the best! Cannot wait to get my die and now I know purple is my new favorite color . This is so beautiful Kathy. I love Becca’s creativity and the new doily dies make gorgeous cards too. I am anxious to see what you come up with using these dies…are you accepting the challenge?

  5. Sandy Artman

    Hi, Kathy,
    You and Becca are my favorite paper crafters so I am always delighted when you collaborate. Your creations definitely add versatility to the use of Becca’s dies. I don’t think I would have thought to cut the corner die from different paper, so thank you for that inspiration!

  6. Cheryl Wells

    Just an awesome card – beautiful sayings, embellishments and of course, all the extras added – so, so beautiful, Kathy!!!

  7. Isabel

    Oh my gosh, Kathy!! This card is so extravagant!!! Wow!!! It’s beyond gorgeous my friend!!!

  8. Susan Steele

    Kathy …this card does look so elegant and regal! Just luv this color combo together! And your matching flowers with the banner …just perfect with a big frame die! Really luv how you used them together. Thanks for sharing this creation! Hugs, Suzy Q

  9. Dana Roepke

    Wow, that is a groovy die! I’m gonna have to try embossing on card stock – never think to do that as I thought it would be too flimsy….but if it’s layered it would be well supported. You always teach me something 🙂 Will definitely try this one one of my cards this year.

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