December 06, 2016

Tuesday Tutorial - Romantic Vine

Hi Everybody,

Todays card is in a really pretty shade of pale green and I ahve teamed it with crisp white.
 The card itself is easy to make and is quite effective once it is finished.
 The tiny spots of pink just give it that little lift and it could be for any occasion that you wanted.
Spellbinders Supplies:
Other Supplies:
With die #7 from Matting Basics A cut two panels in white and create a hinged card
With die #7 from Matting Basics B cut another panel in green  and emboss in any folder that you have
With die #6 from Matting Basics a cut another panel in white and emboss this also
(Die #1 is always the smallest)
With the two embossed panels remove a#bout an inch from the white one so that it will create a channel
Add foam tape to the back of each piece
Thread some ribbon though a piece of lace that will wrap around the bottom panel and secure in place then add both of these pieces to the green layer
Cut the flowers and leaves that you need and inkt through the die before removing the card to give the shade portion on the flower
Add these across the open channel in your card just adding glue to the parts that will touch the main panel
Cut the sentiment several times and glue them together for extra strength and position the words across the card front

Alter the sentiment, colours or dies for an different look but keeping the basic method the same

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx

23 comments:

  1. Morning Christina, absolutely gorgeous card not really a fan of green but this shade really pops the card love very thing about it.
    Nancyd xx

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  2. oh wow!!! Christina that is a lovely card, love the soft green and touches of pink, can't wait to try making a card using that colour combination xxx

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  3. Good morning Christina

    This is a very pretty card. Love the colours you've used too

    June x

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  4. Lovely delicate card Christina.

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  5. Beautiful and elegant card!
    Love the flower :))
    Thanks for a great tutorial!

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  6. Oh so pretty Christina and thanks for the tutorial.
    Love Val in Spain x

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  7. Hi Christina
    Not normally a fan of green but this shade is lovely and makes for a very pretty card. I have that embossing folder and find it really useful
    Love & best wishes
    Jenny C xxx

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  8. Good Morning Christina :) I love your design on this mornings card. Very Pretty. Enjoy a lovely day. Big Hugs.

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  9. Thanks for showing us how to do this very pretty card - I agree, the green is so nice.

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  10. Such a beautiful card you have for us today Christina, thank you so much for the tutorial....luv Ursula xx

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  11. So delicate and pretty - thanks for the how to

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  12. Hi Christina
    Green is a colour you don't often see on cards, unless it is used for colouring or leaves, but it looks really nice.
    Margaret xx

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  13. Just lovely Christina....well done and tfs

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  14. Hi, Christina,
    What a beautiful card! I love that flower die and will be on the lookout to get that one I think. |T|he green is a lovely soft shade and the lace is so delicate, it's all just superb.
    Bejay xx

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  15. Hi Christina another beautiful card today, I love the way you have cut the embossed card to create a channel I would never have thought of doing that, and it creates a really different look to the card. Thanks for the tutorial. Love Anne Owens xx

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  16. Sweet card Christina.
    Rene from OZ x

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  17. Very pretty card Christina. Do like that shade of green. X

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  18. Beautiful card, love the way the ribbon is woven through the lace.

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  19. Hello Christina- Wow a very lovely card! Love the green & hint of pink to make it pop! Very lovely,

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  20. I love the gentleness of this card. Thank you again x

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