July 18, 2017

Tuesday Tutorial - Spellbinders Venice Lace

Hi Everybody,

The card I made for todays tutorial features one of the new dies from Becca Feeken who is a designer for Spellbinders. This is her beautiful Venice Lace Collection and it is so intricate and elegant.
I didn't have card in the shade of pink that I wanted so I used Picked Raspberry to blend white card for my backgrounds and flowers
Spellbinders Supplies:
  • S5-131 A2 Matting BasicsA
  • S5-311 Emmaline  Venice Lace
  • S4-792 Cinch and Go Venice Lace flowers
  • PL-001 Platinum Die Cutting Machine
Other Supplies:
  • Distress Ink from Craft Stash
  • Pearls from Want2Scrap
Instructions:
With the largest die from Matting basics A cut two pieces in white card 
Score down one of them by about half an inch 
Add glue along this small scored panel and add the two cards together to create the base
Cut another panel in white slightly smaller
With a blending tool ink over the panel with Pocked Raspberry to create an Ombre effect and leave to dry
With both parts to the Venice Lace Emmaline die cut one in white
Add mini foam pads to the back of each of the tiny flowers
Add to the Ombre panel
Cut as many flowers and leaves as you like and with Picked Raspberry ink through the die to the flowers before you remove the card
Shape the petal with a ball tool to give dimension
Assemble the flower with a Brad and off set the petals as you go
Stamp a sentiment of your choice and sketch a black line around it
Cut out into a banner shape and add larger foam pads to the back
Assemble the pieces by adding the Ombre Vnice Lace panel to the base card
Add the sentiment where you would like it and arrange your flower and leaves to the left side of it
Add a pearl to each of the flower centres in the Venice Lace

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx

15 comments:

  1. A very pretty die Christina love the card you have produced with it xx

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  2. Morning Christina, a very pretty card and a very useful die.
    Nancyd xx

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  3. A lovely card Christina. I love the colour of the background and the die is very pretty.thanks for the step by step photos. Xxx

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  4. Lovely card, very pretty.

    Michele

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  5. Hi Christina, Becca Feeken is such atalented lady and what a beautiful die sshe's designed. Just love the card you'vemade with Iit and the great tutorial. Thank you.
    Love Val in Spain xxx

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  6. What s beautiful card Christina love it
    Thank you
    June horrocks xxxxxxx

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  7. Your card is beautiful and really shows off Becca's beautiful dies. I can't wait for mine to come.

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  8. Beautiful card - a "must buy" die ! xx

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  9. Oh so very pretty, the background is just so eye catching....thank you Christina...luv Ursula xx

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  10. A very pretty card Christina, the die is stunning

    June

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  11. Thank you Christina for another great card - love the die and the colours.

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  12. Hi Christina,
    Gorgeous card! So elegant. Love the lacy look of this dies set. Great tutorial.
    Thank you for all your lovely inspiration.
    Carmen

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  13. Hello Christina,
    Your card is beautiful. Becca's designs are wonderful.
    Maureen x

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  14. Beautiful card and the die is amazing

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  15. Beautiful card Christina x

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