April 28, 2015

Tuesday Tutorial - Labels Thirty Four

Hi Everybody,

Today I am using  Spellbinders Labels Thirty Four  and some of the other pieces that match. It is a set of dies has been around for  quite some time and maybe you already have them in your crafting "Stash"

It makes the most beautiful card and it could be for any occasion. Just by altering the colors and embellishments you can make it suit your recipient. Please remember that the smallest die is always #1 (Number One)

Within this tutorial you will find other links that will take  you to a  Video Tutorial  that is relevant



Spellbinders Supplies:


Instructions:

For the base I have cut my card  free hand to 7 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches to Create a Hinged Card

From the pink card I have cut a slightly smaller layer

From another  piece of white card that is slightly smaller I have created another layer

On this this layer I am using the Letter Press Technique 

The video will show you how to achieve the look and explain about the different effects within the folder

I have used a very pale pink for my card and a brayer to add the ink to the folder


With the Decorative Labels Thirty Four and using dies # 3 and #4 I have cut panels  in the pink card

And from Labels Thirty Four #5 I have cut one panel in white.

This has then been placed back into the centre of the embossing folder and run through the Calibur

I have stamped and embossed a sentiment and with #3 from the plain Labels I have cut it out.

You can ink through the die if you wish to enhance the sentiment but for my finished card I haven't done this


Foam pads have been added to each of these layers

This will  give some dimension to the card and add more interest

The ribbon has been added to the bottom of the card and then the layers can be added to the base card.

I have added beautiful pale pink and white flowers from  Wild Orchid Crafts   to sit around the sentiment

They are sparkled with Glitter Magic and my  satin ribbon is from Mei Flower   And as a final touch I have added in a white Dove to the top left of the card.

Designers Tip:

Try adding your ink to the opposite side of the folder for a completely different look to your card.

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx

33 comments:

  1. Again a lovely card, you make everything look so easy, with great results
    Cheers , Kaye

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  2. A really beautiful card .
    Elaine H X

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  3. Gorgeous card, so pretty & could be used as a wedding card.

    Michele

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  4. Beautiful card Christina love the letter press technique

    Anne

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  5. A really beautiful card Christina! I really like the letter press technique and how it adds to the card. Spellbinders makes creating a card a bit easier with dies and embossing folders that match. You definitely make it work.

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  6. Morning Christina,
    A beautiful card, thanks for the tutorial very helpful.
    Lydia
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  7. Beautiful card as usual Christina ,and really enjoy the tutorials.
    hope you have recovered from all your tv shows.
    Marion H

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  8. Hi Christina
    What a lovely card today. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  9. oh Christina, that is such a pretty card. I am loving your Tuesday tutorials
    hugs Lyn
    xxx

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  10. Hi Christina
    Thanks for the tutorial. I have some of these dies so will mix and match to have a go at this card which is, of course, is lovely.
    Love and best wishes
    Jenny C xxx

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  11. Thank you for sharing your talent with all of us . I love seeing how these work together . Beautiful card hon. . Hugs,jan

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  12. Hi Christina, I'm also really enjoying your Tuesday tutorials , thank you for sharing as always. This card is very beautiful and I love the subtle shade of pink which makes for a very pretty card. Janelle x

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  13. I just LOVE this card. Beautiful, well made and so feminine.

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  14. Oh its just gorguss,like cotton candy. Such delicate colours and touches.

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  15. Amazingly beautiful card Christina, love all the layers, thank you so much for the tutorial, will have to follow it up.....luv Ursula xx

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  16. Good Morning Christina :) Ohhhhhhhhhh this is soooooooo delicate, sooooo feminine and soooooo pretty! I just love this card and this tutorial this morning!! Thank you so much for sharing. What a cup of beauty to start my day! Enjoy a lovely day. Big Hugs.

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  17. Hi Christina,A very nice card and thank you for the tutorial! Take care Jane B.

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  18. A very pretty card, Christina. Will have a go at this one with any similar dies in my stash. x

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  19. Hi Christina, another great tutorial, I have these dies yet hardly used them I will play with them later today to see what I can do with them. Thank you. X Ros

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  20. So pretty!!! Thanks for the tips.

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  21. This is gorgeous! Thanks for the tut xx Jan

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  22. Really pretty- the flower arrangement is gorgeous- love the colours. xxx

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  23. Hi Christina,
    Another great step by step tutorial to make a fantastic card. You've given me something else to put on my wish list...a brayer. It's certainly an easier way to get a nice even coat of ink on the folder isn't it. x

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  24. Beautiful card, lovely soft colours. Thanks ever so much for the tutorial. Dianne

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  25. Hi Christina, another beautiful exquisite card truly stunning, and the flowers are amazing the way they have been put on to the card. Love it.
    Kind regards
    Anne Owenx

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  26. Hi Christina
    Must try the letter press technique,it has made a lovely effect to your card which is very pretty. Love your use of the flower's and dies on this card.
    Regards
    Joan from Newcastle upon Tyne

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  27. Hi Christina,
    Beautiful card and thank you so much for the tutorial.
    Have a nice evening,
    Maria

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  28. Hi Christina yet another absolutely divine and beautiful card and wonderful tutorial I love how you have filled the large daisy flower with a pearl centre, looks very much like the one's that Wild Orchid Crafts sell, I love them they are so very useful.
    Hugs
    Margaret

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  29. Absolutely gorgeous! I love the soft colors too. I have those dies so will try to make a similar card. Thank you so much for sharing, Christina.

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  30. Lovely card Christina & a great tutorial. Love the layers and the pretty flowers. Pat x

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  31. You make such beautiful cards and this one is just lovely
    I really like the flowers that you added to this card...they are in the perfect place
    well done Christina

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