Saturday, November 21, 2015

Spellbinders Lacey Layers Tutorial

Hello everyone -I am sharing a Spellbinders Step by Step Tutorial today - I am wanting to show you just know easy it is to create lacy layers using the gorgeous filigree dies and having an elegant and professional looking card.

One of the things I love about Spellbinders Dies is the way the dies work so well together creating unique and timeless cards.

Spellbinders Products:
Preferred Partner Products:

1. Cut.emboss one (1) Lacey Oval using Whirl White
2. Cut/emboss stamped and coloured image using Classic Oval # 5 (#1 being the smallest)
3. Pop oval onto Lacey Oval using 3D Foam Squares
4. Adhere double to the top of the Classic Oval using liquid glue

5. Cut/emboss one (1) A2 Tranquil Moments using Whirl White, 
6. Remove the extra pieces using the Tool'n One
7.Adhere the A2 Tranquil Moments to a precut card base in green
8. Adhere the layered image onto the card base using 3D Foam Squares
9. Add pearls as shown in the main photo

As I told you - it is so very easy - don't let layers fool you - they do not have to be complex - but they can certainly be beautiful when you use Spellbinders Dies.

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{{{Hugs}}} and happy crafting


  1. Very pretty Linda, had to have a look to see how many dies you used.

  2. Very pretty, Linda. I love the layers and your tutorial.

  3. This is gorgeous Linda - love the way you have coloured the flowers too. The bow perfectly balances the whole.

  4. A really elegant card!
    Thanks for the tutorial!


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