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Friday, December 26, 2014

Spellbinders Everybody Loves a Wedding Tutorial

Hello friends - I hope you have had a wonderful Christmas, filled with love and laughter, family and friends.  For us it is the first time we have celebrated Christmas together for a couple of years and an added excitement of a grandson on the way - due in April... Looking forward to 2015 BIG TIME! In the meantime....


I am sharing a tutorial showing how I created this elegant Wedding card - how beautiful are the layered Dies and the gold Precious Metal Premium Craft Foil!

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Other: White card stock; Wax Paper; Handmade bird embellishments



















 1. Cut/emboss two (2)  Fleur de Elegance #3 and one (1) #2 in white cardstock using the Grand Calibur Machine.
 2. Score one Fleur de Elegance #3 1.5cm from the top, apply double sided tape to the scored  portion and the two base pieces making sure the pattern is matching.
















3. Cut/emboss one Ovals Bliss #4 # 3 and #2 in Precious Metals Premium Craft Foils Assortment,  using wax paper between the foil and the Die - wax side up!  Remove the wax paper after cutting.
4. Layer the largest three Dies onto the card base using 3D Foam Squares as shown in the photo above.
















5. Stamp the sentiment onto Oval Bliss #2 Die Cut, using Espresso Truffle Ink, allow to dry.
6. Use the Die as a Stencil, sponging the inside edges using Golden Glitz and a Sponge Dauber before removing the Die cut card from the Die.  Adhere to the center of the card using 3D Foam Squares



7.  Adhere Double Bow to the left hand side of the sentiment, using liquid glue, followed by a Mulberry Paper Rose and handmade bird embellishments on the layers as shown in the photo above.



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5 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous card!! Thanks for the great tutorial!!

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  2. How beautiful. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  3. What an amazing card Linda - thanks for the tutorial too :-)
    Blessings
    Maxine

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