From：Xiamen Blue City Print Co., Ltd. Release time：2018-10-09
Overview：Although it's fine to use die cuts on your layout in their original state, many scrapbookers like to embellish their die cuts in order to give their page a bit of pizzazz.
Ideas for How to Embellish Die Cuts
Although it's fine to use die cuts on your layout in their original state, many scrapbookers like to embellish their die cuts in order to give their page a bit of pizzazz.
Eyelets and Brads
Eyelets and brads make for a simple way to embellish die cuts. Add a rhinestone or fabric covered brad to the center of a flower die cut. Use eyelets to accent the buttons on a girl's shirt. Line up black mini brads to make a jack-o-lantern's face on a plain pumpkin die cut. You could also try using a large eyelet to reinforce the hole in a tag die cut before adding fibers or a ribbon bow.
For a layout with a feminine and fun appearance, there's nothing better than a touch of sparkle. Glitter is easy to add to die cuts. Simply cover the selected area with craft glue, then sprinkle on a bit of glitter in the color of your choice.
Flocking powder is used to give die cuts as textured appearance, similar to velvet fabric. Flocking makes a great accent for the fur on an animal or Santa's red suit. You could also try coating die cut letters in flocking powder to give your title a special textured treatment.
To make your die cut look like an expensive epoxy embellishment, cover the die cut with a thick layer of UTEE. Melt the powder with a heat gun, then gently fold the paper back and forth to give it a "cracked" look.