Monday, January 22, 2018

Spellbinders Rosemal Flower - Folk Art Tutorial

Hello friends - thank you for stopping by! Today I have a tutorial to share for Spellbinders - sharing a little sneak peek at one of the new Folk Art Collection by Lene Lok This set is made up one 
  intricate scrollwork design for a beautiful focal piece or die-cut many for a background design.  In this case I have used it as a focal piece.

'Folk Art Collection by Lene Lok is inspired by Norwegian folk art with its flower designs featuring scrollwork and flowing lines to create flowing patterns. Bring these whimsical elements into your next projects'- Spellbinders

1. Cut/emboss black card stock using the Pierced Rectangles Etched Dies #5#6.  Place #3 in the centre of the black card stock - this will emboss only.  Run through the Platinum Die Cutting Machine.
2. Using a White Gel Pen to draw around the pierced lines to create faux stitching.

3. Cut/emboss one  Rosemal Flowers using white card stock.
4. Colour using Chameleon Pens - changing the colour with each section.
5. Use White Gel Pen to add extra details.
6.Glue to the centre of the card front.
7.Pop up onto a white pre-cut card base using 3D Foam Squares.
8. Adhere 3 white pearls - large, medium and small to each corner.

Spellbinders Products:
Other Supplies: White and black card stock; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: Extreme Double Sided Tape, 3D Foam Squares; Liquid Glue; Chameleon Pens  White Gel Pen

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{{{hugs}}} and happy crafting

1 comment:

  1. Love the drama of the rosemal design against the black (very traditional), and the faux stitching. A beautiful card Linda


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