I've been playing around with a new Sizzix die that I just received. It's called "Card, Scallop Circle 3-D (Pop-Up) and it creates an insert into your card that you add embellishments to. Lazy is my middle name so when I discovered I could cut this, crease it, add it to my card and then build on it, I was ecstatic. Then, I wondered how to get a really good background behind my pop-ups without adding lots of paper which would make the card bulky. It occurred to me that I could attach the cut-out to card stock, run it through my printer and have part of the image print on the cut-out. And it worked. I used an 8.5" x 11" piece of card stock (mine was white) and scored it, but did not crease it. I used my die to cut out the pop-up piece and without creasing it, positioned it in the center of my card stock using the scored line on the card stock and the scored line on the pop-up to line up the two pieces and adhered it. My printer loads from the back and prints on the top of the card stock, so I inserted the card stock into my printer with the smaller pop-up piece facing up and going into the printer first.