Friday, June 5, 2015

Spellbinders Flower Play Tutorial

Did you know Spellbinders have co-ordinating Dies and Stamps - it just keeps getting better and better!  I have had a lot of  fun playing with the Flower Play Stamps and Dies - they make such a pretty and easy card - did I mention that it was quick and easy! LOL!

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Imagine Crafts 'featuring' Tsukineko
: Vertigo 6x6; Memento Dye Ink in Rich Cocoa; Sponge Daubers
Want2Scrap©: 72 Count - White Pearls - Self Adhesive
 Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L E-Z Adhesive Runner and 3D Foam 
Kaisercraft: Patterned Paper

Other: Acrylic Block; handmade paper; sanding block; Flower embellishments

1. Stamp Flower Play flowers randomly onto patterned paper using brown ink
2. Cut/emboss  three (3) Flower Play #2 #3 (#1 being the smallest) using co-ordinating paper
3. Lightly sand the edges if the flowers using a sanding block

4. Cut/Emboss two (2) 5 x 7 Matting Basics B #6  using Cream cardstock
5. Cut/emboss one (1) 5 x 7 Matting Basics A #6 using handmade paper
6. Score one (1) cream Die Cut at 1.5 cm and fold forward
7. Attach double sided tape to the scored portion
8. Line up the second cream card and adhere - making sure to line up the edges
9. Adhere  handmade paper to the card base using E-Z Runner

10. Layer flowers to create 3 flowers
11. Cut/emboss six (9) leaves in olive green card 
12. Adhere layered flowers and leaves down the center of the stamped paper using liquid Glue
13. Adhere pearl bling to the centre of each flower.
14 Cut/Emboss one (1) Bow Elegance #3 #4 using white cardstock
15. Pop up onto layered card base using Foam Tape
16. Sponge around the edges if the patterned paper using brown ink.
17. Adhere patterned paper to Bow Elegance using double sided glue
18. Add pearls to the four sides of the frame as shown  above

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  1. What a stunning creation!! LOVE the refreshing and relaxing color palette! I am in love with it!! The flowers are yummy too!! Great card!
    How is the precious and adorable Noah doing? You are truly blessed to have such a wonderful and beautiful family! Isn't it amazing how fast the little ones grow? I have a hard time believing that my grandchildren are 11, 7 and 3 already. Jenna, the three year old, is growing so fast that I hate when she has to go back to her mom's because I don't want to miss anything! '
    Sorry this has turned into a novella! LOL Have a great day!

  2. Oh Linda this is stunning - once again you have made a beauty!!

  3. So pretty and another well done tutorial! I especially love handmade flowers on cards.

  4. I love it. Thanks for the tutorial. The pinterest button that you have won't let me pin and opens to a blank page. Oh well, I tried.


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