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Friday, February 19, 2016

Spellbinders Make a Wish Tutorial

Hello friends - it is time for another Spellbinders Tutorial on my Blog - for my card today,  am using one of the new Die D-LitesMake a Wish.  It takes me back to my childhood when we would see Dandelions and close our eyes tightly and make a wish as we blew, scattering the flower heads all over the lawn. 


 Today they are considered a weed and this is not encouraged - although we always let our children and now our grandson

Spellbinders Products:

Cross Promotional Products: 
Other:  Recycled Button; White Seam Binding; liquid Glue; Kindy Glitz; patterned paper

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1. Cut/emboss two (2) Make a Wish Flowers using White cardstock.
NOTE: Do not throw away the negative Dies.
2. Cut/emboss four (4) Make a Wish Leaves using Green cardstock.

3.Cut patterned paper using A2 Matting Basics A #6 (#1 being the smallest) Approx 5.3.875" x 4.625" in 
4. Adhere the negative Die to the patterned paper using re-positional tape.
5. Use the negative Die like a stencil, sponging the inside areas using Flannel Grey Ink.
6. Repeat the process randomly on the paper to create background paper.

7. Adhere the Flowers using liquid glue, followed by the leaves.
8. Lightly sponge the leaves using Teal Zeal and a Sponge Dauber.
9. Adhere the double bow using liquid glue.
10 Add the button with linen thread tied though into a bow.
11 Adhere computer generated sentiment with a dovetail cut into the right-hand end, curving slightly in the center.
12 Add Kindy Glitz to the ends of the flowers and allow to dry.
13. Layer onto Navy Blue cardstock cut/ebossed usingA2 Matting Basics A #7 (#1 being the smallest) using 3D Foam Tape.
14 Adhere onto a white precut card base using double sided tape.

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1 comment:

  1. What a fabulous card Linda - love how you used the negative die cut as a stencil for the background.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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