Winnie & Walter – A Week To Die For

Hey everyone! Today I am here with a card showcasing the Essentials: Katharine Cutaways (die cut!) set from Winnie & Walter. This card is part of their A Week To Die For event showcasing the newly released die cuts. For more inspiration and information, visit the Winnie & Walter blog.



I am in love with the Katharine die cut set from Winnie & Walter. It is described as an essential die cut set, and I can totally agree with that. There are many basic shapes includes in this set such as pierced rectangles (the one I used!), tags, circles, banners and more. I used the largest pierced rectangle today to die cut a front panel. After die cutting that panel, I stamped two balloons from the awesome stamp set called The Party.


Next, I thought it would be fun to adhere some white thread as the string of the balloons. Instead of simply adhering it, I adhered multiple 4mm sequins from Pretty Pink Posh on top of the white thread. I like how festive it looks! Afterwards, I die cut some glittery confetti using another new die cut set from Winnie & Walter called The Party Confetti. To finish off the card, I stamped a greeting using the Sugar Rush stamp set and added some more sparkle using a Clear Wink of Stella glitter pen. 🙂

That’s it for today! Be sure to stop by the Winnie & Walter blog for links to more projects using these amazing new dies. Xo


(Multiple shops are linked. Click W&W for Winnie & Walter, EH for Ellen Hutson, SSS for Simon Says Stamp, PPP for Pretty Pink Posh.)


  1. OMG Your card is so sweet and magical….looks like it’s out of a fairy tale or maybe even part of a
    “Frozen” tale. You really came up with so many very clever and creative ideas with all of your awesome
    crating goodies. I love it. YOU so ROCK!!

  2. Laura your sequined balloon strings are pretty!! wonderful idea and a festive card!!

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