Friday, January 29, 2016

Spellbinders Nostalgic Frame Tutorial

I love dimension on a project - any project. So it's no surprise that I LOVE  Spellbinders® 3-D Em-bossing Fold'ers™! The details are amazing and if you are wanting more than one dimension, this is the product for you.

I love the nostalgic photos that come in photo frames and keep them for projects - this is a favourite image and I use it every opportunity - the nostalgic feel works wonderfully with today's 3-D Em-bossing Fold'ers™!  You will see the same image used a number of times in my tutorials.

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Sanding Block; Liquid Glue; Paper Trimmer; Nostalgic Image


1. Place nostalgic image onto the raised side of the Shady Allure 3-D Em-bossing
 Fold'er. Close and  run through the Grand Calibur Machine
NOTE: The sandwich for Spellbinders 3-D Em-bossing Fold'er in the Grand 
Calibur  Machine (stack from bottom up): B-Pink Embossing Plate, Sculpted 
Embossing Folder  with Media Inside and D-Raspberry Adapter Plate.

2. Remove and lightly sand the raised embossing using a sanding block
3. Adhere onto 7¼ x 5¼" piece of Cuddle Cream cardstock, using double sided tape.
4. Adhere onto 7½ x 5½" card base, using Crafty Foam Tape.

5. Adhere Antique Gold Trim along the lower edge of the nostalgic image using
 liquid glue

I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial and are inspired to create using these fabulous 
3-D Em-bossing  Folders.  We would love you to visit and share your projects with us
 on the Spellbinders  Facebook Page.

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  1. What a gorgeous image, and well done on the up-cycling :-). The sanded embossing is lovely


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