May 30, 2017

Tuesday Tutorial - Cascading Circles

Hi Everybody,

Todays card is one way to use up all those pretty paper bits that you have left over in your "Bit Box" 
As long as they are large enough to cover the holes then you are fine and this is the easiest card you are ever going to make.
 Quick, simple and effective for any gender or age group.
Spellbinders Supplies:
Other Supplies:
  • Foam pads
  • Glue 
  • Paper scraps
  • Embossing Folder
Instructions:
Create the base card by cutting two white panels from die #7 Matting Basics A
Create another layer in white from die =7 Matting Basics B and emboss this layer.
Add these two together with foam in between the layers
With the Cascading Circles cut this two or three times in white and stack together for strength
Cover the different holes with the pattern and colours you want from your scraps and cut as many as you need to have a different colour and size throughout the card

I added my stacked Cascading Circles to some self adhesive paper and then added the circles in the colours I wanted with foam pads. The foam keeps the whole shape raised from the card base

Stamp "Happy" on to one of the largest white circles and "Birthday" onto another piece of white card and cut into a strip with fish tails at one end 

Add this strip just below the "Happy" with foam underneath

Alter the colours for a more masculine look 

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx






18 comments:

  1. Morning Christina, what a great idea for a very pretty card and to use some of our bits we all have.
    Nancyd xx

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  2. What an interesting way to use up those small pieces of lovely paper we can't bear to throw away.

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  3. What a great idea to use up all those bits I have a huge box full of those bits I just cannot throw away xx

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  4. Morning Christina love this card really handy die as you say your bit box handy too thank you xxxxxx June horrocks

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  5. Great card, very effective way of using up scraps & perfect for any occasion.

    Michele

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  6. Lovely card, Christina!
    So easy, and yet so striking, love it :))
    Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Hi Christina what a different card love it.
    must have a go at one .
    Marion H

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  8. A great idea - will certainly be making one of that type in the future- thanks once again. xx

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  9. Great card Christina. What a wonderful die.
    Love Val in Spain xxx

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  10. Hello Christina,
    What a fabulous idea, and so easy. This is definitely one to bear in mind.
    love Maureen xx

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  11. Simple but such an effective card, thank you Christina...luv Ursula xx

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  12. Christina- This card is very pretty! That is a great use of small pieces of paper. This card also could be used for different reasons.

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  13. Left over paper.... what is that? Wonderful idea.

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  14. Hi, Christina,
    What a wonderful die this is, such fun and a great way to make a quick and effective card. Anything that helps use up the scraps none of us want to throw away is a winner isn't it :).
    Bejay xx

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  15. I love this idea and it will make a great card for a guy. Love the inspiration!

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  16. Hi Christina,
    I love the simplicity of this beautiful card. Who doesn’t have left overs? Great idea and tutorial.
    Carmen

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  17. Good Morning Christina, once again you give inspiration and keep my old brain functioning, thanks for your easy to follow instructions, cheers Dorothy xx

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  18. Hi Christina

    This is a great way to use the ever expanding 'left-overs'

    Your card is gorgeous too

    June x

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