November 29, 2016

Tuesday Tutorial - Tudor Rose

Hi Everybody,

This pretty pale blue and white card would be suitable for all occasions and is not too frill for male cards either
 It is another that is easy to do as the die does all the work  for you all you have to do is cut and assemble the layers. 
 The centre shape matches the older Labels One that you may already have in your collection
Spellbinders Supplies:
Other Supplies:
Instructions:

With die #7 from the Matting Basics  A set cut two pieces of white card and create the base
With die #7 from the Matting Basics B set cut one layer in blue
With the two largest dies from the Tudor Rose Card Creator cut two panels in white and trim one of them so that the bottom flower and the leaves are separate 
Add foam pads to the back of the separated piece so that they cannot be seen from the front
Add the full panel to the blue layer and add to the base card
Cut the flowers from the Tudor Rose collection that match the flowers on the separated panel
(The photograph shows you where I have attached my flowers in blue and white layers)
Stamp and emboss the sentiment and cut out with Labels One then layer that on to die #3 from Luscious Labels One with foam tape in between
This shape fits beautifully into the centre part of the Tudor Rose Card Creator
Layer up the additional flowers on to the card front as you like and trim as needed

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx

19 comments:

  1. Morning Christina, a stunning card love the colours you have used though it would great in any colourway. Checked Olga's blog and watched some of her you tube videos they are fabulous thanks for introducing her to us
    Nancyd xx

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  2. A lovely card you have used a lovely shade of blue. Xx

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  3. beautiful card absolutly lovely

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  4. that is a very pretty card, thanks for the demo xxx

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  5. Morning Christina,
    Lovely card.
    Lydia
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  6. another beautiful card, how do you keep coming up with these beauties

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  7. Hi Christina
    Having difficulty seeing much on the laptop at the moment, Had a cateract removed last week, so had to take a lense out of my veifocal glasses, but find I still can't focus properly so am trying without specs at all. I am waiting to have my other eye done, and hopefully it won't be too long before I can enkoy my crafting again. I do enjoy reading your blogs and watching the demos, and I will continue to comment as often as I can.
    Margaret xx

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  8. Well done Christina.......tfs

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  9. Good Morning Christina- This card is very lovely. I enjoy your posts very much. I just absolutely love your beautiful creativity in card making. This blue card with the layers & White & darker blue pearl bling just makes it pop with beauty. Thank you for always sharing your card making talent with us!

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  10. Love this soft card, you have some beautiful dies to use.

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  11. As usual you've done a beautiful card anyone would love.

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  12. A great idea for a male card Christina, thank you, always struggle with those cards....thank you so much for the tutorial....luv Ursula xx

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  13. Hi Christina
    Thanks again for the tutorial to create such a lovely card
    Love & best wishes
    Jenny C xxx

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  14. Nice and easy with clear instructions, lovely colour, thank you. Dianax

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  15. Beautiful card for today's tutorial, Christina. I love the dies you've used and the pale blue is such a delicate shade.
    I hope you're all keeping nice and warm up there in Blackpool and that it's not too cold when you go out on your walks :)
    Bejay xx

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  16. I always appreciate a card that looks elegant but is easy to create. You've definitely given us that with this lovely card.
    Sandra Smith

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