June 16, 2015

Tuesday Tutorial - Labels Forty Six

Hi Everybody,

When it comes to collecting Spellbinders I have always said that if you are buying Labels dies then also look for one of the fancy ones that will work with them.  That way you know that they will work together and you will have lots of choices in how you make the card. 

For this card I have used Labels Forty Six to create the base of my card and the Decorative Elements to give me the layers I need to build it up.  I always use foam tape or pads in between the layers as this will  create shadows and depth and add more interest to any of your designs. 


Spellbinders Supplies:

Bakers Twine
Flower Charm
Pink Pearls 

Instructions:


With the #3 die from Decorative Elements cut two pieces in white for the base card. Score and fold one of them over by about 1" and glue the two together.  Place to one side as you work on the layers first.    (Please remember that #1 is always the smallest die)  


From Labels Forty Six and your chosen color cut one piece from die #6 and another from die #3 giving you two layers of different sizes

 
Cut a decorative layer from #2 and carefully open up the petals in the flowers around the edge and into the centre of each flower add a small pearl. 

Alternate these three layers together with foam pads in between to give height and wrap all of them with Bakers twine.  I added in a small charm to my card


I chose the "You're Invited"  from Sentiments Eight as this could be used for a really pretty Wedding Invitation.  So I inked up the die with Distress Inks and cleaned of the edges of the die with a cotton bud. Once it was cut and embossed I added foam tape,  cut to fit the back. 

When you have all the layers in place you can add them to the base card .... I kept the hinge to the top of the card. Add the sentiment and there you are a neat little card for any occasion.

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx

33 comments:

  1. Looking at all your lovely cards I now have a mile long shopping list of MUST have dies
    I really love this pretty card so have to go shopping
    cheers Kaye

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  2. thanks for the tutorial . very pretty card.

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  3. Brilliant card Christina, I am loving the Dies you have used to make your stunning card.
    Off to have a look for the Dies.
    Thank you for the inspiration.
    Patricia x

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  4. Gorgeous card, very pretty. I love the shape of it, so unusual.

    Michele

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  5. Good morning Christina, A lovely card and tutorial today thank you for making time to show us .Take care Jane B.

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  6. Hi Christina
    Wow wow wow. This card is gorgeous. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  7. Hi Christina, a beautiful card. Labels forty six has now been added to my wish list!

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  8. Really like this card Christina. Must have a look for labels ! xxx

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  9. Love this card and must get these dies.
    Marion H

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  10. Morning Christina,
    A very pretty card. Love it.
    Lydia
    X

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  11. Lovely card Christina, such a simple design but so effective. I think that label die needs to be in my craft room! Pat x

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  12. Beautiful card Christina,lovely dies.

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  13. Hi, I love this pink card, it's totally perfect in all aspects of of its overall look. Stunning.
    X Ros

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  14. Hi Christina, you really have excelled yourself with this beautiful card, it's just marvellous and oh so feminine! Janelle x

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  15. Hi Christina,
    Lovely card, so different, it would be a beautiful invitation, another die to add to my list, Love the flowers, pearls, and the little embellishment attached.

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  16. Hi Christina, yet another stunning card and tutorial .
    Elaine H X

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  17. Really pretty invitation idea.

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  18. Hi Christina, beautiful the way the flowers are lifted from the shape too . take care and thank you xx

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  19. Good Morning Christina :) Lovely Blog Hop Yesterday. Thank You! Today's card is so sweet and cheerful! I love it! Thank you very, very much for taking the time and all the work to put these tutorial instructions together for us. They are greatly appreciated! Enjoy a fun-filled wonderful day! Big Hugs.

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  20. Hi Chritina, I love this card so much I have ordered them and thought they mite make nice Christmas cards. Xx

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  21. Good morning by my time. Christina, I haven't seen this die. Such a beautiful invitation. Thank you for your tutorial. ~blessings

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  22. Lovely idea and I do love your hinged cards. So pretty and thanks for the tutorial. Dianne Crowe

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  23. Brilliant idea Christina for a quick card....thank you for the tutorial....luv Ursula xx

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  24. Good afternoon Christine
    Love the Spellbinders dies that you have used. The card is so pretty.
    Regards
    Joan

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  25. Hi Christina, wow this is a beautiful card, I love the shape of it, not seen these dies before, must look them up, Christina what are you doing to us, Santa will need more than a sleigh to deliver the dies on my wish list!!!
    Regards Liz.

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  26. Hi Christina. Your card is really beautiful. I'd never have the vision to buy those particular dies, besides the wretched euro has put manners on me. The exchange rate is NOT good. However a girl can dream - I need the vine flourish die you used yesterday and those two you've used today. Maybe my memory will fail me as it often does!! --sigh--

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  27. LOVE all of Spellbinders Labels dies and am thankful that they have the base label and then the decorative elements and accents.
    Awesome card! TFS!

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  28. Beautiful card Christina. Thank you for showing us how to make it.

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  29. Hi Christina beautiful card and lovely tutorial.
    Kind regards
    Anne Owens

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  30. this is one gorgeous card Christina, love it.

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  31. Hi Christina Beautiful card. Must look out for these dies.

    Margaret xxx

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