Die Cutting

Spellbinders | Victorian Garden Collection

Hi all, welcome to today’s blog post with the Victorian Garden Collection from Spellbinders designed by Susan Tierney-Cockburn. I first created a background ink-blended panel using an oval stencil. The stencil comes in two parts I used the version with the oval gap in the middle. With an ink blending tool, I first started with Distress Ink Picked Raspberry in the middle of the oval working my hand in circular motions towards the out part getting light and lights with my ink blending. I then worked with the Distress Wilted Violet ink starting from the outer edge and working my way in until the inks meet and blend.

I then die cut the Southern Magnolia etched die from the Victorian Garden collection white cardstock for the floral and Primary Chartreuse embossed panel for the leaves. I did add some Mustard seed in the middle of the florals to add depth. I adhere down and assembled the floral dies in the center of the ink-blended mat panel. For the sentiment I used the Just Wanted to say glimmer plated and used Gold Foil for the sentiment. The sentiment panel has been adhered down with foam tape.

To finish the card, I placed the crystal drops around the panel and a glitter enamel drop in the center of the panel.


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