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Friday, December 12, 2014

Spellbinders - Delightful Foliage Tutorial

Hello Blog Friends, I am here to share a Spellbinders Tutorial with you - I hope you enjoy seeing them as much as I enjoy sharing them. I have created a card today that is both elegant and very easy - my husband says I say every project is easy,  but as you will see - this is so-o-o easy - check it out


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  • White Card stock; Chameleon Art Alcohol Markers; acrylic block, sentiment stamp; 













 1. Using yellow card stock, cut/emboss one (1) Delightful Foliage Die using both the cutting edge and the detailed insert.
 2. Using outer cutting edge only, cut/emboss two (2) pieces in yellow card stock for card base
 3. Score one (1) of the base pieces at 1.5cm and fold forward
 4. Adhere the front to the scored card base (back), making sure the patterned edge lines up.
 5. Adhere patterned piece to the card base, as shown above

















 6. Stamp the Poppy image onto white card using Tuxedo Black - allow to dry
 7. Colour using medium of choice 
 8. Cut/emboss using Oval Bliss Die
 9. Layer onto the card base using 3D Foam Squares


















10.  Add triple Seam Binding bow, followed by an insert from the Elizabeth Border Die and pearls
11. Adhere to the bow using liquid glue
11. Cut/emboss the Tag from  the Delightful Foliage Dies, using yellow card, adhere using liquid glue.
12. Tuck the tag in behind the bow and secure using  liquid glue
13. Stamp the sentiment and cut out by hand - adhere using E-Z Runner
14. Add pearls as shown in the photos above                                                                                            

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5 comments:

  1. Oh Linda this is gorgeous - love the lovely lemon card you have used in this project, and the fabulous die cuts - it's easy as long as you have the dies ;-).
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. You're in love with yellow at the moment, Linda. These are lovely dies and a lovely card.

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  3. A beautiful card and easy to follow tutorial. I really love the bright and cheery look of this card.

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