Monday, March 27, 2017

Spellbinders Stacey Caron's Tuscany Strip Tutorial

Hello friends, I have a new tutorial for Spellbinders to share today - using one of the new Dies by Licensed Designer Stacey Caron - her style is always elegant and Stacey has a flair for the dramatic which shows in everything she puts her hands to.

Spellbinders Products
Other : Liquid Glue;  Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: E-Z Adhesive Runner, 3D Foam Squares; Turquoise and white card stock; 

1. Cut/emboss one Stacey Caron Renaissance Jubilee Tuscany Strip using Turquoise card stock.
2. Use the Die as a stencil, sponge the open areas using Teal Zeal Ink and a Sponge Dauber.

3. Emboss white card stock using Embossing Folders Tammy Tutterow Designs Horsehair.
4. Trim to size and layer onto pre-cut card base.

5. Cut/emboss Cinch N Go Flowers #1, #2, #3 #4 (#1 being the smallest) using White card stock
6. Create the flowers as shown in Becca Feekens tutorial HERE.
7. Adhere the Tuscany Strip to the lower portion of the embossed card front using liquid glue.
8.Glue the Cinch N Go flower to the centre of the Tuscany Strip
9. Cut/emboss Foliage Dies #6 (#1 being the smallest) using green card stock
10. Use the Die as a stencil, sponge the open areas on the leaves using Bamboo Leaves Ink and a Sponge Dauber.
11. Trim off three leaves and pop them up underneath the flower as soon in the photo above.
12. Glue a button to the centre of the Cinch N Go flower, add a pearl to the centre/
13. Apply liquid glue around the pearl - allow to dry.

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. Absolutely gorgeous, Linda! Love that die! Great job, as always :)

  2. Another gorgeous creation Linda - love your textured background that really shows off the die cut to perfection


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