Start with your A plate, then add the B plate. Now put your folded cardstock on top. Place your die cutting side down on top of the folded card, overlapping the folded end just lightly. Edited to add: cutting side is the side with a rim in the middle sticking out, if you click on he pic for a closeup you see the side facing up is flat, this won't cut into paper)
Place your C plate on top and roll it through. (Remember, C is for "cut")
I'm using Gina K Pure Luxury Base weight CS (white), which is very thick, so I run it back and forth a few times to get the die to cut through both layers.
Remove the excess paper.
And there it is! Any guesses what I'm going to make?? (if you said "toilet seat", that's a good guess, but I don't have the "Way to Go!" set... yet!)
Then I took the same die and cut through a piece of DP (DCWV spring stack) using the same sandwich as before: A, B, paper, die cutting side down, C, but this time I didn't overlap it because I want to use the whole oval.
Then you adhere this to the card, lining it up, and now you don't have that "flat top"! To finish it fast I grabbed this wide ribbon and stamped "Happy Easter" in Black Staz On (so the ink wouldn't blur on the grosgrain) from the Gina K "Easter Blesssings" set and added a white paper flower from the Floral Frenzy kit (these paper flowers will be available for purchase in our release at the end of the month!) I didn't really pull the ribbon through the flower, just glued a knotted piece on top.
I couldn't get the colors adjusted properly, it is not really that pink! LOL! These could be mass produced pretty quickly for the holidays (and jazzed up to make them more "wow!" than this!) I hope this helps anyone who has been struggling with how to make the dies work this way for you! I love to use my circle and square classic and scalloped Nestabilities to make shaped cards too, you will find numerous samples of them on my blog.
Have a great day! Easter is almost here. :)
PS If you've been missing the tutorials here lately, me too! I have several I need to write up, but editing all the pics and writing them up take more time than I have right now, hang in there, I have several coming up I think you will really enjoy! :)