September 06, 2016

Tuesday Tutorial - Swirl Stripe

Hi Everybody,

Today I am going to be using this really pretty panel die from Spellbinders that was designed by Becca Feeken.  It is in two parts and creates a panel that is about 3 x 6" and I have only used the centre part of the set for my card.
Spellbinders Supplies:
Other Supplies:
Instructions:
Using  die #7 from Matting Basics A cut two pieces and Create a Hinged card
With  die #7 from Matting Basics B cut another panel in pink
( Die #1 is always the samllest)
Use the centre part of Swirl Stripe and place it in the upper left corner of the pink card and cut.
No need to emboss this piece as you are now going to add it to your embossing folder and run it through the machine
I added some Parchment/Vellum to the back of my patterned area and then added foam tape to the back to support it all
Wrap this panel with lace along the bottom section before adding it to the base card
Cut as many leaves as you would like to add to your creation.
I used Foliage Two for my flourishes but that die is now retired so in the supplies above I have given you an alternative die  for the same effect
Cut the Celebrate word four times in white and once in gold.
Layer them all together with the gold one on the top.
Add the leaves, flourishes and flowers to the right hand side of the card
Add the sentiment along the bottom on top of the lace.
I use a hot glue gun to hold all my additions in place
Sparkle the flowers with some glitter on the petals
Place the pearls around the flowers and onto the patterned piece
Push the Hatpin into the petals as the finishing touch

More tomorrow ... 

Hugs xx

25 comments:

  1. Morning Christina, absolutely gorgeous love the embossing folder don't think I have this one must see if it's still around.
    Nancyd xx

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  2. Another stunning card. I am always in aw of your flower arrangements

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  3. Gorgeous card Christina, i love it .
    Elaine H X

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  4. Once again a beautiful creation! Love what you have done!

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  5. Morning Christina

    This really is a very gorgeous card

    June x

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  6. Such a beautiful card and tutorial for us today Christina, my kind of card, plenty flowers and lace....many thanks...luv Ursula xx

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  7. Morning Christina,
    A very beautiful card.
    Lydia
    X

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  8. Hi Christina
    Wow what a stunner. It is really pretty and love the swirl stripe die. Thanks for the tutorial
    Love & best wishes
    Jenny C xxx

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  9. Stunning card, so love the pink panel

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  10. Gorgeous card! Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Hi Christina,
    What a beautiful card today and I love the hatpin :). As always, the flower arrangement is just perfect :)
    Bejay xx

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  12. Gorgeous card and I do love the lace.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  13. Another gorgeous card today and inspiration for us. Thank you Christina!

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  14. Absolutely gorgeous!!! I love the dies and the pretty flowers! Great design!
    Sherrie K

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  15. Good Morning Christina- I absolutely love this beautiful pink card! I love the colors the flowers, the background, the lace. Just everything it is marvelous !

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  16. A very beautiful card, love the colours. gorgeous die. Thanks for the tutorial. Dianne

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  17. The card is gorgeous, but I love, love, love your hatpin.

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  18. Good Evening Christina :) So sorry for a late post. Had an early Tee Time this morning and then a busy day! WOW!! Absolutely BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL Christina Card today! And as always, an AWESOME Tutorial. Thank you so much for all you do for us. Big Hugs.

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  19. Hi Christina. A beautiful pink card today with your usual gorgeous flower spray and a lovely hatpin. Thanks for your tutorial X

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  20. Hi Christina. Another awesome card. You never fail to deliver. Thanks so much for the inspiration.

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  21. Totally gorgeous card Christina, I can see in time you having your own range of dies, great tutorial as usual X X X

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