Saturday, February 18, 2017

Spellbinders Broken Path by Seth Apter Tutorial

Hello friend - I am excited to be back sharing tutorial for Spellbinders using one of the New Release Dies by Licensed Designer Seth Apter of The Altered Page.  It is no big secret that I am a HUGE fan of Seth - both the person and his designs - he has helped me transition to the Mixed Media side of art - or 'the dark side' as some affectionately name it - not naming names! :D

Spellbinders Products:
Other : Liquid Glue;  Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: E-Z Adhesive Runner, 3D Foam Squares;  Imagine: Memento in Bamboo Leaves, Tangerine, Teal Zeal, Rhubarb Stalk and Dandelion, irRESISTibles Pico Embellisher in Electric Yellow and Wedding Dress; Yellow and green card stock; computer generated sentiment; Recycled cardboard;  China White Pencil, Glass embellishment.

1. Cut/emboss one Broken Path Die using corrugated card.

2. Cut/emboss two Broken Path Dies using recycled cardboard ie. cereal boxes
3. Glue the layers together - with the corrugated card on the top.

4. Emboss green card stock using the Seth Apter Em-bossing Fold'ers Gridiron,
5. Sponge using Tangerine, Teal Zeal and Dandelion ink - apply the ink pad straight onto the embossed card.
6. Splatter using irRESISTibles Pico Embellisher in Electric Yellow and Wedding Dress - allow to dry.

7. Adhere the embossed layer onto the pre-cut card base card base, centering as much as possible.
8. Randomly stamp the areas above and below the embossed panel using Morse Code stamp with Teal Zeal ink followed by Rhubarb Stalk ink.
9. Glue the Die cut onto the layered card base.
10. Adhere computer sentiment onto black card stock and trim
11. Pop up onto the lower portion of the Die using 3D Foam Squares.
12. Glue the glass embellishment to the centre of the Die cut.

Take care friends - 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

1 comment:

  1. Your work is amazing too Linda - love the colours and texture in this awesome card


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