Monday, May 8, 2017

Spellbinders Rocket Card Tutorial

Hello friends, I am sharing a tutorial for Spellbinders today - this one is special to me as it is the card I created for my grandson, Noah's 2nd birthday.  What little boy doesn't love a Rocket and all that goes with it - such a fun project and so easy to create a very cool scene.

Spellbinders Products
    Other : Liquid Glue; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: E-Z Adhesive Runner, 3D Foam Squares; Imagine: Radiant Neon Inks, Memento ink in Teal Zeal; Handmade paper; Gold and blue card stock, small amounts of yellow card stock and recycled cardboard, computer generated sentiment

1. Cut/emboss the Large Circle and ring using Gold Card stock,
2. Cut/emboss the Star, Shooting Star and Flame using yellow card stock.
3. Use the Die as a Stencil and sponge inside the edges of the Star, Shooting Star and Flame using Radiant Neon inks

4. Lightly sand the Large Circle and ring using a Sanding Block.

5. Cut/emboss the Rocket using recycled cardboard(eg. cereal box).
6. Use the Die as a Stencil and sponge inside the edges of the Rocket using Teal Zeal Ink.

7. Emboss handmade paper using Seth Apter Em-bossing Fold'ers Lazer Beams.
8. Randomly sponge using Radiant Neon Inks and a Sponge Dauber.
9. Glue the Die cuts onto the handmade paper, creating a scene.
10. Adhere the sentiment using double sided tape.
11. Layer onto a pre-cut blue card base using 3D Foam Squares,

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. Love this Linda. The background embossing folder makes it look like there are shooting stars.


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