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Monday, December 31, 2018

Spellbinders Laced Flowers Tutorial

Hello friends, thanks so much for stopping by.  I have a new tutorial to share for Spellbinders using some of the new Special Moments Collection by Licensed Designer Marsia Job. In her true style Marisa shares her floral designs that are easily paired with other dies - in this case the sentiment from the Exclusive Indie Collection  What great tools we have to make beautiful cards - as you will see as you follow along with the tutorial.


'Shapeabilities Laced Flowers Etched Dies Special Moments Collection by Marisa Job is a set of three dies includes three different sizes of beautiful intricate flower designs.
Special Moments Collection by Marisa Job brings together her signature floral designs and sentiments to help create expression through art. Special Moments complements her other collection to mix and match for a wonderful collaboration.' - Spellbinders


















1. Arrange the Laced Flowers face down onto white card stock, using repositional tape to secure.
2. Lightly spritz the card stock with water - NOTE: Do not soak.
3. Run through the Platinum Die Cutting Machine using with the cutting edges of the dies facing up into the card stock, using the embossing mat and plate


















4. Sponge the embossed area using your inks of choice and sponge daubers.
5. Cut/emboss the card front using the largest die from the Scored and Pierced Rectangles.
6. Cut/emboss the first part of the sentiment from the Wishing Expressions Stamp and Die Set - Exclusive using black card stock.
NOTE: Embossing is optional for the sentiment - I personally like the slightly rounded look it gives the edge.
7. Glue across the embossed card front
8. Stamp the second part of the sentiment onto white card stock using black ink.
9. Trim to size and adhere under the die cut sentiment.
10.Pop up the card front onto a slightly larger pre-cut purple card base.

Spellbinders Products:
Other:  White and purple card stockScrapbook Adhesives by 3L: E-Z Adhesive Runner, 3D Foam Squares; liquid glue; Imagine Radiant Neon Inks in Electric  Purple, Electric Yellow, Electric Orange and Electric Pink, Sponge Daubers;

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                                                          {{{hugs}}} and happy crafting

2 comments:

  1. Love how you have used the dies to emboss the paper Linda - it makes for a fabulous card
    Richest blessing for you and Ron and family for 2019
    Maxine

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