Monday, April 2, 2018

Spellbinders Rosemal Heart Tutorial

Hello friends - thank you for stopping by! Today I have a tutorial to share for Spellbinders - sharing a card created using one of the Folk Art Collection by Lene Lok I have decided to use neutral and soft colours rather than bold and bright and love the way it turned out.

"Shapeabilities Rosemal Heart Etched Dies Folk Art Collection by Lene Lok comes as a single die with birds and botanical designs framing an intricate heart shape" - Spellbinders

1.Cut/emboss one Rosemal Hearts using white card stock through the Platinum Die Cutting Machine.
2. Colour using Imagine Inks in Summer Sky and Teal Zeal to highlight  areas, making sure to leave some white.

3. Cut/emboss Emmeline Treillage Etched Dies outer border only using kraft card stock.
4. Add Hemstitch Rectangles #5 (#1 being the smallest) inside the Die cut card front, secure using repositional tape and cut/emboss. 
5. Glue the Rosemal Heart to the centre of the card front.
6.Pop up onto a white pre-cut card base using Emmeline Treillage Etched Dies outer border only; using 3D Foam Squares.
7. Adhere white pearls - to the Rosemal Heart.
8.Trim the Beautiful Bling Borders and adhere to each corner, adding small white pearls to each swirl.

Spellbinders Products:
Other Supplies: White and kraft card stock; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: Extreme Double Sided Tape, 3D Foam Squares; Liquid Glue; Want2Scrap: 250 Count White Pearls, Beautiful Bling Borders Imagine: Memento Ink in Summer Sky and Teal Zeal, Sponge Daubers

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{{{hugs}}} and happy crafting


  1. Oh Linda this is gorgeous - love how you have added the colour to the die cut

  2. This is lovely with a beautiful vintage feel.


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