It's time for another Release week challenge over at Flourishes.
|Die cut, punches edges or decorative borders, all are the rage in card making, so let's see how you can create a card that's a !
To enter, simply use a die cut, decorative punch or border punch as a
focal point on your card. Keyword: FLLCMAR11 - deadline is ern.|
I have created a little tutorial for you today.
I wanted to do a short tutorial to show you how you can use your
First I took a 4.5 x 11 piece of cardstock and folded it in half. Place the top of the die just above the top of the fold. This will cut the card keeping it all in attached. Then I put it through my Spellbinders Grand Calliber to cut a piece that looked like this when opened.
Now you want to score one of the ovals in the middle and fold it towards the center of the card. This will be your easel back.
Now you want to cut another Beaded Oval in your Grand Calibur. Attach the bottom of your oval to the bottom of the folded oval. This will be your card front.
Now it is time to add your image and your sentiment. The sentiment is cut out using the Spellbinders Nested Lacey Pennant die. LOVE this die.
I then stamped out some violets and leaves. I added these all to the bottom of my easel card with dimensions. That way they catch your easel top.
This lays flat to mail...
I watercolored the beautiful Flourishes Sweet Violets stamp for my easel card.
I used my Spellbinders Oval Nestabilities to cut out and add some Memorybox Minuet Designer paper for a bit of color.
To enter, simply use a die cut, decorative punch or border punch as a focal point on your card. Keyword: FLLCMAR11 - deadline is ern.
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