August 26, 2013

A Requested Video ...

Hi Everybody,

When I added the tutorial for Adding Flowers to Cards I had many emails asking me about the centre panel made with the Quatrefoil Pattern die.

The link above is to the UK supplier and if you are in USA then this link will take you to your supplier

So another video has been filmed and it is now there for you to see ... so get your cuppa and settle down to watch and I know you are going to love this card.

 Creating a frame with Spellbinders    shows how the featured card is made and takes you step by step through  the whole process.

The blue card used in the making of this card is Centura Pearl from Crafters Companiuon

This photos hows you the depth involved in the card .... but please be aware that it takes a lot of matching card to get the layers.

It also needs patience to cut all the layers but once you have finished it is so well worth effort.

As I say to you on the video ...  be aware of all this extra  work and the material you are using when you are pricing your cards to sell.

You are going to need to replace your stocks and YOUR time needs to be paid for too

Another request I have had is to include more videos for those who don't have Spellbinders.

So later today ... once my "Film Crew" has watched his Formula 1 ...  I am going to create the same card again and not a Spellbinder will be used throughout. I will add the video for that later in the week.

If you still haven't entered the "Give Away" the link is still here .... August Give Away   ... it's open until Saturday

More tomorrow ...

Hugsxx



7 comments:

  1. I just love your cards and I thirst for new ideas. I have made a few cards with the accordion sides but that was a makeshift one with my girl friend.

    You are very artistic and I watch your blog all the time. You are my favorite.

    Would think of making some videos with the Imperial Gold selection of Spellbinders?
    Thanks for sharing all your beautiful ideas.

    Joanne

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  2. What a beautiful card Christina, you make it look so easy with all the dies that you use. I have had the quatrefoil die for ages now, and I am really going to have to use it once I am back on track. Thanks for your inspiration. Hugs, Jen xx

    Krafty Keepsakes

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  3. Beautiful card, Christina! I love the layers and bling! I found the steps in the tutorial easy to follow and appreciate the tips. Thanks for sharing and have a great day. :-)

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  4. Thank you for the tutorial Christina I can see how much work has gone into making your cards they are so beautiful and this one is no exception, such a lot of work but so worth it with such a gorgeous end result xx

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  5. I love this beautiful card, and thank you for the great video! I was actually trying to figure out something like this a couple of weeks ago, but I didn't realize I should use a much smaller die for the inside cut. Thank you for showing us this technique. Your "Film Crew" does a wonderful job, as well. Now, I "need" to find a QuatreFoil. LOL BethAnn M.

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  6. who makes the quatrefoil die? Looked all over but can't find it in USA

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  7. What a beautiful card! Thank you for using the Our Daily Bread Designs Quatrefoil Pattern die!! Could you possible list it in your description? Thanks for sharing! I will be checking out all your other wonderful videos!!

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