Circle Dies for a Unique Element

Hello Everyone ~ I have been playing again for this fun Circle Dies for a Unique Element creation.

Well I got a lot completed yesterday but not everything on my list.  I still have my monthly tutorial to do and design my No Stamping Cards for the ladies in the development.

I have a Facebook Live and need to get to the post office to mail out some things.  And all this has to be done by working around Zoie’s school schedule.  I have a 1 hour window when my Facebook Live is over and before her afternoon Language Arts class starts.  I think I will be running for that one.  After her school day is over we need to run meet her dad as we left her school laptop in his truck.  Good thing dinner is already cooked!

Today I have a card with an idea I have been seeing in several places on the internet.  I loved the idea when a saw it and decided I had to give it a try.  The technique has an easy start but the set up is a bit tricky.  I had to play with it until I figured out you actually need 2 sets of each circle.  Once I realized that it went much smoother.  Here is my Circle Dies for a Unique Element creation.

Features of the Card

  • To a Wild Rose
  • card base ~ Gorgeous Grape – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″   and   scrap
  • Granny Apple Green ~ scrap
  • Highland Heather ~ scrap
  • Shaded Spruce ~ scrap
  • Whisper White ~ 4″ x 5 1/4″   and   scrap
  • rhinestones
  • alcohol marker to color rhinestones
  • Stitched Shapes dies
  • Well Written dies
  • Tasteful Textile embossing folder


Don't you love that swirl element as the focal image for the card? I used some Circle Dies for a Unique Element on this creation. Check out the details for a few hints as to how you can make your own.



















These circles are a hint as to the card front. Click the photo to see how I used Circle Dies for a Unique Element on my card.










Here are some other unique ways to use the Stitched Shapes dies.

Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


Thanks for stopping by today and I hope I inspired you.  It will be a busy day today and I am hoping I get everything done I need to.  Have a Marvelous Monday and will you be trying Circle Dies for a Unique Element?






  1. That is so unique and cool. I pinned this one so I could try to figure out how to do it. Also love the color combo.

  2. I agree totally with Donna’s comment. I love the design, and the color combination is cool. I have to make one like this. Thanks for the inspiration.

  3. Love this card…where do I find a video on how to make it????

  4. Robbie, I would love to have you send me the link to a video you did on how you did the layered circle technique. Very pretty card.

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