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Friday, May 6, 2016

Spellbinders Splatter Proof Tutorial

Hello friends - today I am sharing a Spellbinders Tutorial using some of the fabulous Dies designed by Seth Apter of The Altered Page.  I love these grungy Dies that make us look so arty without too much work on our part! LOL! You can see how easy it is as you follow along with this Tutorial.



Spellbinders Products:
Other: Liquid Glue; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: E-Z Adhesive Runner, 3D Foam Squares; Stampendous stamped sentiment;  Imagine Crafts 'featuring' Tsukineko: Radiant Neons in Electric Yellow, Electric Orange and Electric Pink; Memento Ink in ; patterned paper



1. Cut a 2 inch panel of patterned paper #1.
2, Adhere to the center of patterned paper #2.
3. Cut/emboss using the A2 Curved Matting Basics B #5 (#1 being the smallest).
4.Cut dark blue cardstock 4" x 10', scoring in the centre.
5. Cut/emboss using the A2 Curved Matting Basics B #6 (#1 being the smallest), making sure to keep the fold INSIDE the top of the Die Cutting Edge to form the card base.

















6. Cut/emboss one (1) Circle with Holes and one (1) Circle with Splatter in Whirl White cardstock.
7. Cut a circle to back the Circle with Holes and sponge randomly with inks.
8. Adhere the inked circle to the Circle with Holes using liquid Glue.
9. Stamp the sentiment to the lower portion of the card using Blue Ink
10. Adhere the Splatter Circle above the sentiment using liquid glue.
11. Pop Circle with Holes up on the center of the Circle Splatter using 3D Foam Squares.
12. Adhere small Die Cuts from Circles with Holes randomly to the card front.

I hope you are inspired by this tutorial - to get your 'arty' on and great something a little different - but just as fabulous as you normally create, Thank you for your comments and all of the support you give me - you make blogging such an amazing place to be!! Your encouragement is such a blessing for me - it makes my day! God bless you!
{{{Hugs}}} and happy crafting

3 comments:

  1. Linda -- I am loving this. The grunge look, the splatter in the sentiment, the layers, the colors. Mixed media genius!!!

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  2. Beautiful, Linda!! Thanks so much for the tutorial!! Seth's products are amazing, aren't they........

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