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Friday, September 11, 2015

Spellbinders Love this Girl Tutorial

Hello friends - it is always fun to share a Spellbinders Tutorial and this week I am sharing a layout I created with a couple of fun photos taken with my eldest daughter and I on a family outing - she is spontaneous with the camera - and I love what they captured.


I love the diversity that Spellbinders Dies have - my usual style is shabby/vintage with a romantic flair but with this layout, I wanted it to suit my daughters style - simple but stylish - no fuss but definitely pretty!

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Other: Handmade Resin Owl; Light Blue Patterned Paper; Double-Sided Journal Cards; Sentiment Dies















1. Cut/emboss  two (2) Urban Blooms #2 #1 (#1 being the smallest) using Whirl White and the Grand Calibur Die Cutting and Embossing Machine
2. Using the Die as a Stencil sponge inside the petals darker at the center and lighter towards the outside edge.  Remove from the Dies.
3. Using Scissors and one (1) #2 Urban Bloom; removing the top 5 petals, cutting around the flower center.
















4. Cut/emboss both photos using the 5x7 Matting Basics B
5. Lightly sand around the edges using a sanding block
6. Attach Journal card to the photos as shown in the main photo using double sided tape
7. Cut/emboss the sentiment using white cardstock
8. Adhere to the left of the coloured photo using double sided tape
8. Adhere a strip of patterned paper along the base of each journal card
9. Adhere the handmade Resin Owl to the right of the coloured photo.





10. Cut.emboss #2 #3 leaves from Marisa's Bouquet using green cardstock
11. Pop flowers to the top of the stems using 3D Foam Squares as shown in the photo above
12. Place two remaining flowers to the bottom left hand corner of the coloured photo using 3D Foam Tape

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4 comments:

  1. Your flowers look so gorgeous . I always forget to ink my die cuts while they are still in the die...Thank you for the inspiration Linda
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  2. A beautiful layout Linda. I too, tend to forget to ink my projects too while they are in the dies. A great reminder!

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  3. Lovely layout, the flowers are very pretty.

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  4. Oh Linda what a fun occasion and a fun scrap page of it. Love your fun flowers, they are the perfect accent :-)
    Blessings
    Maxine

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