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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Spring Blog Hop

Welcome to the International Ambassadors Unofficial Spring Blog Hop! For those of you in the Northern Hemisphere spring is on its way - for me in the Southern Hemisphere, spring is a long way off.  The theme of today's Unofficial Blog Hop is spring and some of the new Spellbinders flowers may be making an appearance.


The Dies I have used for this card are:







Spellbinders products 


Cross Promotional Partners

Chameleon Pens: Alcohol Markers
Imagine Crafts 'featuring' Tsukineko: Memento Dye Ink in Cantaloupe
May Arts: - Ribbon
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: Adhesive Runner 3-D Foam Squares
Want2Scrap: Baby Bling - Purple Pearls - Self Adhesive

Other
Light Green cardstock; flower stamps acrylic block White sharpie; patterned paper

Directions:
















1. Cut/emboss two (2) Fleur De Elegance using white cardstock
2. Cut/emboss one (1)  Royal Circle using light green cardstock
3. Use the Die as a Stencil and sponge the inside of the Die with Cantaloupe and a sponge dauber.
















4. Score one die at 1.5cm and fold forward
5. Attach using E-Z Runner to form card base.
















6. Center Royal Circles to the card base using 3D Foam Squares
7. Cut/emboss one (1) Standard Circles LG using patterned paper
8. Pop up onto layered Dies using 3D Foam Squares
9. Pop up the coloured and fussy cut images to the center of the circle as shown in the photos above
10. Cut/emboss two (2) Tudor Rose Collection solid flowers #1 #2 flowers as shown in the photo above
11. Curl Petals using a piercing tool or small paint brush
12. Split the Die cut flowers Dies carefully - the layers of the cardstock should separate easily
13. Glue together with petals alternating, using liquid glue
14. Add medium pearl to the center
15. Add Baby Bling around the Royal Circle as shown in the main photo
15. Secure a double bow at the base of the stamped images
16. Adhere the Tudor Rose Collection flower above the bow using liquid glue

I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial and can feel 'spring' in the air.  Make sure you pop in and visit the other International Ambassadors - these girls are amazing!!  The list of International Ambassadors is below, in case you get lost along the way.

Linda Lucas (you are here)
  
Thanks so much for stopping by - we hope you enjoy your time with us - we will be back with more!


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29 comments:

  1. Hi Linda.
    What a beautiful bright card, it shouts Sping to me : ) (sorry it is a long way off for you though) Take care. Mrs B

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous project Linda!
    Hugs from Holland

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  3. Hi lovely linda, a lovely card and lovely tutorial.
    Thank you
    Anne Owens.

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  4. Hi Linda, Such a lovely card loving the layers, colors and style.and a beautiful flower
    Elaine H X

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  5. Lovely card - and such a pretty vintage look :)

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  6. Hi Linda, thank you so much for the instructions on how you made this lovely card. Janelle x

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  7. Beautiful Linda - I do love the colours you have used on this magnificent creation.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  8. Hi Linda,
    Lovely card. love the colours.

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  9. Joan from Newcastle upon TyneApril 15, 2015 at 7:03 PM

    Gorgeous card. Will have to check your blog each day now.

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  10. Really gorgeous creation Linda. Love the layering and flower.
    Gr Elly

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  11. Truly "Springlike" Linda I can almost smell the perfume from the flowers Cxx

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  12. Just love the card, such a great way of using the actual dies to make the card base. Valerie

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  13. Lovely card, Linda. I enjoyed 'stopping by' thank ypu
    Best wishes, Jenny C x

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  14. A great tutorial and a very pretty spring card. Hopefully this will make you feel a little spring like. In the UK we have had a lovely warm Easter and all the plants have burst into life.
    Lesley

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  15. So pretty love the design of the card and all the layered dies. thanks for the easy step by step tutorial

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  16. Beautiful card Linda, thanks for the step by step instructions, most useful....love my Spellbinders....luv Ursula xx

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  17. Very pretty spring card. Great design x

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  18. Wow very pretty and I love the colours. Spring is calling! Thanks for sharing. Dianne

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  19. Hi Linda.
    Very pretty Thank you take care Kitty.

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  20. What a beautiful Spring looking card....the colors are so bright....Well done

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  21. What a pretty card! Thanks

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  22. Such a very pretty card. Great tutorial.

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  23. What a cute idea - ovals and circles together like that, looks fabulous :)

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  24. What a pretty card. thanks for sharing and thanks for the tutorial.

    sue
    rolfe974@prodigy.net

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  25. Hi Linda! Your card is beautiful! I love how you made the card base! I haven't tried that yet, but will. I also love the dies you used. That means I need to invest in these pretty dies! I also like how you detailed the tutorial with great colorful photos. It helps me a great deal. Thank you!

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  26. This is so pretty! LOVE the color palette and your flowers are lovely!

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