Friday, February 27, 2015

Spellbinders Grateful Heart Tutorial

Hello friends - I am sharing a Spellbinders Step by Step Tutorial today that shows how to use your Dies differently - I always love to get more than one use out of a product - and using this Die for embossing gives it 'an edge' - follow along on the tutorial to see how it is done....and let me know what you think!

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Other: Black, White and pink cardstock; Mulberry Roses; Seam Binding; Dark Pink Velvet RicRac


1. Place S6-022 Grate Effect onto the base plate with cutting blade up, then white cardstock.
2. Add tan mat, followed by the pink Embossing plate.
3. Run through the Grand Calibur - this will emboss the pattern of the Die NOT cut it.

4. Cut one (1)  Heart & Flutter using white cardstock
5. Cut one(1) Classic Scalloped Hearts in pink cardstock

6. Adhere the Heart & Flutter Diecut to the pink Classic Scalloped Heart using liquid Glue.
7. Pop embossed Grate Effect onto black cardstock using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® - 3D Foam Squares
8. Adhere Ricrac using liquid Glue across the lower portion of the card.
9. Adhere the layered heart across the ricrac using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® - 3D Foam Squares.
10. Sponge the butterfly using Imagine Crafts/ Tsukineko Memento Ink in Rosebud and adhere using Liquid Glue
11. Adhere Paper Rose to the center of the layered hearts, using liquid Glue.

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  1. This is so sweet and pretty! Thanks for the great tutorial!

  2. What a beauty Linda - love that wee butterfly against the heart, and the embossed background is so elegant.

  3. Hi Linda what a gorgeous card I love the colours and the design is wonderful. xx
    {Debs Cards– my personal blog}


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