Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Laugh In Flowers Tutorial

 Hey there! Here is the tutorial I told you I would post today. The images are from Birds and Blossoms.

 I started by stamping the image with Memento Espresso Truffle.

 Began coloring with YR07.

 Added Y17.

 Added Y15.

 Then filled in with Y000.

 I used W5 on the body of the butterfly.

 Then for the stems, I used YG03.

 I used Spellbinders™Labels Eighteen to cut and emboss the butterfly/flower image.

 Then sponged Memento Desert Sand ink, while still in the die template.

 For a the layers, I used Spellbinders Radiant Rectangles, cutting a smaller layer with GKD Sundance Pattern Paper, then nesting two larger die templates to cut and emboss ivory card stock. I held the two die templates in place on the card stock with small pieces of painters tape.

 Then I sponged Memento Desert Sand while still in the die templates.

I used a Pure Luxury Kraft card base and adhered the layers. The sentiment was stamped on vellum and wrapped around the pattern paper layer. I added a few self adhesive pearls to embellish.

Thanks for dropping by. I hope your day is fantastic!


Sharon Underwood said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I was wondering what shades of ink you used. All your cards are absolutely beautiful.

Mihaela said...

Beautiful card, useful tutorial!!!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Wow- that frame is stunning! Your year is coming to an end with Spellbinders -- are you going for another one.... :)

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Debs Artliff said...

Morning Theresa what a beautiful card i the the farm you have done. And thank you for the tutorial. Take care xx

Debs A

Beth Norman said...

Wow, what a stunning card. I love the Spellbinders you used. I need to get one. It really showcases your work so nice.

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Teresa said...

This card came out so pretty!! Then again all your cards are beautiful :) Hugs and Smiles ....