I used Spellbinders Labels 4 Dies and cut 1 each of #6 and #5; Mega Labels 4 Dies cut 1 - # 4 and 2 - #1. Score Mega Die #4 in half and fold. Hot glue the lace to Labels #1, #5, #6; Then, Glue the other Mega Labels #1 to the back to cover the a lace. Use Dimensionals to add the shapes to the card base.
To make the inside piece (see Labels & Labels 4 side view), cut a piece of white cardstock 4” x 6”; Score the 4” side at 1”, 2” and 3” and fold accordion style. Lay the folds of the inside piece even with the bottom edge of the card and trace the card edge on the folded strip. Cut out on the traced area. Now, when you adhere it to the inside of the card it won’t show. Add Red Line tape on the outer edges. Remove the tape from one side and adhere. Then remove the tape from the other side and fold the card over the tape to adhere in place.
My words are computer generated and then cut out and embossed using Beaded Ovals Die #3. I placed a Liquid Pearl in each of the beaded areas.
The flowers are stamped using Botanical Floral 2 PreCut Set #1, #2. You need 3 layers per flower. Cut out flowers with Spellbinders Rose Creations Dies. Form the flowers by rolling the petals around a needle nose pliers. Glue the layers together; add a “Punch Bunch Mini Sun” for the center and a liquid pearl to finish the flower.
The leaf spray is from Heartfelt Creations Bella Rose PreCut Set. Stamp on white cardstock and cut out Heartfelt Creations Bella Rose Leaf Die. Using a Ranger blending tool add some color to the some of the leaves. The flourishes are from the Cheery Lynn Mini Fanciful Flourish. I added a touch of Stickles to the flourishes.
The butterfly is from Cheery Lynn Mini Exotic Butterflies. After the glitter dried I put some black Stickles on my finger and gently brushed it over the wings. I colored 5 tiny pearls with a sharpie pen and glued them to the butterfly’s body; traced the butterfly onto a piece of plastic, cut it out and glued my butterfly to it. Use your embossing gun to heat the plastic and shape it to the butterfly. Cut off any excess plastic. Adhere to the card using a Dimensional.
Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 GMT Views: 864