Sunday, April 5, 2015

Thanks - Paper Players #239

This week the challenge with The Paper Players is to use any die cut  on your project.

I decided to make a 4 by 4" spellbinder hinged card with flowers and leaves made using dies.  I made this card for another group I belong to, and this card is perfect for the challenge. To make the hinged card I used this You Tube  tutorial.

The hinged card was made using Whisper White cardstock and the Spellbinder Nestabilities decorative elements die as per the tutorial.  All of the circles around the card were pierced with a paper piercer.

Next I cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock 2 3/4 by 2 3/4" and matted it with Blackberry Bliss cardstock.  The corners of both were rounded using the Project Life corner rounder punch.

A piece of  3/8" stitched satin Blackberry Bliss ribbon was adhered to both layers at the left hand side.  A bow made with the same ribbon was added after the flowers were attached.

Then, using the Impression Obsession spiral flower die I made 3 flowers that look like daisy mums.  One was made using Blackberry Bliss, one with Wisteria wonder, and one with Daffodil Delight. They were spritzed with a Vanilla spritzer.  The Leaves were die cut with Pear Pizzazz card stock and the Tattered Lace Ornate Leaf die set.

The leaves were attached using the two way glue pen, and the flowers using tombo glue.

The sentiment, from "Another Thank You" was stamped in Basic Black and punched with the large oval punch.  It was adhered to the card using dimensionals.

The art piece was attached to the hinged card using dimensionals.  Of course I couldn't forget the bling.  So some rhinestones were placed above the sentiment, and a larger one in the lower right hand corner.

Supplies Used:

Built for Free Using: My Stampin Blog

I also used the following dies:
  • Tattered Lace Ornate leaves
  • Spellbinder nestabilities Decorative Elements
  • Impression Obsession spiral flower die.
Forgot the Project Life corner rounder punch.

This would not be a card to put in the mail, but to lhand to someone in person.  I think I'll make a little box to put it in.


LeAnne said...

Wow, those dies are amazing! What a fabulous creation...a beautiful spring bouquet! Thanks for playing with your dies at the Paper Players this week and sharing this with us!

Debbie Mageed said...

Your card is so lovely and represents the Paper Players challenge perfectly! I will check out the video to try out this technique. Thanks for joining our challenge this week!