Sunday, February 4, 2018

Spellbinders Floral Panel and Textured flower Tutorial

Hello friends - thanks so much for stopping by!! Today I am sharing a tutorial for Spellbinders using one of the new dies by Sharyn Johnson Sowell and one of the beautiful detailed flower dies by Marisa Job - such a pretty combination!  

Both of these talented Designers bring beautiful botanical elements within our reach - and we love that - don't we!

1. Cut/emboss medium flower from the Rolled Flowers using white card stock
2. Sponge using Dandelion, Angel Pink and Bamboo leaves.
3. Spritz the flowers with water and shape then using a Stylis
4. Add glue along the baseof the Rolled Flower and roll - starting with the stamens.
    Note: Try and offset the petals to give a more realistic look.

5. Cut/emboss one  Floral Panel using white card stock using both the Insert Die and the Outer Die Frame.
6. Cut/emboss one  Floral Panel using pink card stock using the Outer Die Frame only.
7. Cut/emboss one  Floral Panel tag using pink card stock.

7. Adhere the white filigree insert die to the pink outer frame die
8. Pop up onto a white pre-cut card base with rounded corners.
9. Pop up the tag onto the card front using liquid glue.
10. Adhere the Bling Bracket below the flower.
11. Adhere a computer generated sentiment below the bling.

Spellbinders Products:
Other Supplies: White and pink card stock; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: 3D Foam Squares;  Liquid Glue;  Want2Scrap: Bling Brackets - 2 Cute (2 Pack)  ; Imagine: Memento Ink in Dandelion, Angel Pink and Bamboo Leaves; Computer generated sentiment.

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{{{hugs}}} and happy crafting


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