Thursday, April 28, 2016

Spellbinders Simple but Stunning Dies Tutorial

Hello Spellbinders Fans! It is Linda here sharing a Step by Step Tutorial using some of the basic Labels and Core Dies - I do love how effective it is to create beautiful details using one of the basic labels and having it be 'the star!'   Let me show you how easy it is!

Spellbinders Products:

  •           S4-565 Labels Forty  
  • Other:


      1. Cut two (2) Labels Forty Die #6 and one (1) Die #4 (the smallest sized die is #1) using Cotton Candy with the Grand Calibur machine.
      2. Score one of the Labels Forty Die Cut #6 (#1 being the smallest) at ½" and fold forward.
      3. Place adhesive on the scored area with double sided tape and with the other Labels Forty Nine Die Cut #6, align together to create one shape. Press the adhered area to secure.

      4. Cut/emboss one (1) of Labels 40 Die #5 (#1 being the smallest) in patterned paper
      5. Cut the Die-cut across the center, turning top half over.  Tape with double sided tape across the join.
      6. Sand the embossed edge using a Sanding Block.
      7. Attach Washi Tape across the join, trimming the edges.
      8. Pop up onto the card base using 3D Foam Squares/

      9. Stamp the sentiment using Blue Ink
      10. Cut/emboss using Standard Circles LG Die.
      11. Pop up onto layered cardbase using 3D Foam Squares
      12. Adhere Bling Circle
      13 Adhere the crochet Flower using liquid glue.

      Thanks for stopping by the Spellbinders Blog! I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial. 
      We look forward to seeing your comments and hearing what you think!
      {{{hugs}}} and happy crafting!!


      1. What a simple sweetie Linda.

      2. This is a great tutorial Linda, thanks. It's a lovely card and not complicated.


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