Here's one of the cards, then I'll explain:
The die is new, and I cut it three times from a remnant of black card stock next to my trimmer. The background is from the UFO pile, and the red layer was a piece torn off a failed card and sitting on my desk.
I stuck the three layers of sentiment together, then stuck them to the UFO panel. They looked weird all lined up, so I made them not-lined-up, even slopping over the edge. After I put it all onto a white base, I covered the letters with clear Wink of Stella:
Next up, a different die and a different UFO remnant:
|Oh, look, the H is crooked.|
For the heart-shaped O in Love, I cut a pink heart from another UFO, set it into the black opening, and filled it with Glossy Accents. I also covered the text with Wink of Stella:
See? Same thing, just different parts.
When I cut that pink heart from the second UFO, I thought I'd cut the whole thing again from the UFO, and that gave me the third card:
|Oh, look, the H is crooked, again.|
The die fit in this spot on the UFO, and it was a total surprise color-wise when I looked at it. I decided to put it onto an orange panel, but the bottom half blended too well, so I cut a white circle for contrast. I first put the whole die-cut in the circle, but I liked the die-cut more centered, so I got some slop-over.
I cut an orange heart out of a remnant of the orange panel and put it into the heart-shaped O in Love like I did with the other card. I colored the heart with clear Wink of Stella and filled the opening with Glossy Accents. I did not cover the rest of this die-cut with Wink of Stella:
So don't throw away your failed experiments! Eventually you could use them like I've done here to make fun cards.
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Stuff I used: Frantic Stamper Live, Love, Laugh die, Frantic Stamper Happy Birthday Script die, Wink of Stella clear brush, Glossy Accents, and lots and lots of UFOs and remnants.