Friday, November 7, 2014

Spellbinders It's a Hoot Tutorial

How are you loving the new Spellbinders Dies - the Card Fronts make it so easy to create a card...and there is no limit to the styles.  I had a lot of fun with this one - it can either be keep CAS (Clean and Simple), or you can add to it - as I have done - you can see how in the Step by Step Tutorial below.

Spellbinders Supplies: 

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Other Supplies: White card, black card, yellow and kraft scraps, Yellow/White Baker's Twine

 1. Cut/emboss white card using both Dies from the It's a Hoot Decorative Card Fronts
 2. Remove excess pieces of card from the Die
3. Using Die as a Stencil, sponge over all of the white card showing through ie. Wings, using Desert Sand Ink.

 4. Cut scraps of yellow card and adhere to eyes using liquid glue
 5. Cut Kraft card to fit inside owl shapes, trim to size.
 6. Adhere 'It's a Hoot' to black card base (previously cut using cutting edge Die.

 7. Stamp sentiment using Tuxedo Black
 8. Cut using small tag from Spellbinders® Shapeabilities®
 9. Use Die as a Stencil and sponge around the inside edges using Electric Yellow
10. Adhere to the card using Bakers Twine, secure using liquid glue
11.  Draw on eyes using Black Sharpie/Marker and White Pen

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  1. Love it Linda - very cute owls, and beautifully constructed card.

  2. Hi Linda, I LOVE S/B dies...and this is a cutie I've not seen as yet. What a fun card it made, & I'll bet the stenciling inside the cutouts made fast work in pulling the card together. Adding in the yellow pieces for the eyes really sparked things up too. Delightful & cheery. TFS & Happy wkend.


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