Last Wednesday Splitcoaststampers posted a new product review. This time we reviewed the Perfect Layers tools. Before I stamped I was a quilter. I love exact measurements and math. I love my paper cutter and don’t have any problems figuring out the size of my next layer. But…if you are not like me, this is a pretty nifty tool.

 

One of my samples was this card. I used to the 1/16″ edge to layer the image from Creative Scraps Birds & Blossoms on a piece of Neenah Classic Cream Cardstock after the edges of the image had been sanded. I used the 3/8″ edge to cut a piece of Prima Natural Garden paper for my layer on the card base.

May Arts ribbon was tied around the image layers. A sentiment from Crafty Secrets Bird Notes was stamped in Rich Cocoa Memento Ink on a piece of Classic Cream cardstock, that had been cut and embossed one of the Home Sweet Home dies. The edges of the tag were sponged with Frayed Burlap Distress ink and a bird from Bird Notes was stamped over the sentiment in a second generation Frayed Burlap ink. The tag was tied around the bow along with a button with Linen Thread.

The layers were adhered to a piece of Kraft cardstock, cut and embossed with the smallest of the Grand Label 23 Nestabilities die.  The edges of the Prima paper were sanded and stitched before the piece was adhered to the card base. The image layers were adhered to the card base. Parts of a Finesse Pearl Swirl finish off the card.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

20 Responses to “Product Review on SCS – Perfect Layers”

  1. Beautiful card Beate!!! LOL I know a couple of new stamping friends that could use this tool! ha!

  2. Wow Beate – this is gorgeous – I love that image and the way you have layered your card – beautifully vintage my friend! I definitely need to check out that tool – I love to layer! Thansk fo the inspiration and the information – love it! {{{hugs}}}

  3. Your card is gorgeous, Beate! Yikes, Perfect Layers is at the very top of my wish list. Dear Santa, I want it all and I want it now! lol…..Have a good day :)

  4. What a fabulous card Beate!! I have the Perfect Layers set and couldn’t work without them. I hate math LOL

  5. Oh another beauty! I just went an ordered those great tools,so need them.
    Thanks for sharing

  6. I think those sheets are just beautiful abd the way you are working with them you are making with them some stunning card. Very elegant.

  7. Beautiful card!! thanks for sharing your beautiful work Beate!!
    God Bless :)

  8. That is gorgeous Beate, perfect embellishing as usual!

  9. Just beautiful!
    I am great at measurments too, but sometimes I just don’t even want to think about it and I love my Perfect Layers, gets the right cut every time.

  10. I’m definitely putting this tool on my “must buy” list!

  11. I LOVE my Perfect Layers tool. Everything is so exact.

    Sheri

  12. Great card, and I love all the layers on it. Everything just works so perfectly together!

  13. Wow, this is gorgeous, Beate!! I love all the beautiful layers!! What a stunning card!! I will definitely have to check out the Perfect Layers tools :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid’s Crafts

  14. Have wondered about this tool… Thanks for sharing your review. And the card, Beate, is GORGEOUS!!

  15. that sounds like a very interesting tool. always love what you did with the layering on your work. this is so beautiful, Beate!

  16. It’s a wonderful image, and you’ve accented it perfectly Beate!! So beautiful!! My favorite Perfect Layers edge is the 1/16th edge.

  17. Another beautifully created card, Beate. I can tell you were a quilter, it’s your attention to detail and the way you have of putting everything together perfectly x

  18. Stunning creation, Beate! I love perfect layers and couldn’t create without them.

  19. Very pretty image and love the layering, the pearl accents are lovely with it! Like that you used sheer ribbon with the sentiment, it gives it that extra without totally covering the sentiment tag!

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