Friday, February 4, 2011

Betsy Bluebell Card by Sue

Hi Everyone,
Our DT Gal Sue has made another lovely card to share, I hope you enjoy it.
Sue has used the Penny Black Betsy Bluebell stamps set to create an adorable card.




































 Products Used:
Cardstock: Xpress it Blending cardstock & Blush, Peony, Raspberry
Paper: Pink Gingham
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Stamps: Penny Black Clear Stamp Set- Betsy Bluebell
Copics: E50, E51, E53, E55, Y02, Y06, Y08, Yg17, YG21, YG23, YG25, RV10, RV11, RV21, RV23, RV25, RV29, C1
Accessories: Air Compressor and Airbrush, Nestabilities Labels 12 and circles, MFT die-namics Floral border, MFT Die-namics Flower trio and Leaf trio ,MFT Die-namics Jumbo Scallop Die, Lemon Spica glitter pen, White embroidery thread, White pearls, Pink Satin ribbon




















Tutorial:
This card is C6 size.
The grass is made using the same technique as the ‘Cherry Emma’ Card, using a mix of the YG copic markers
To make the flower, cut one of each size of the flower with the MFT die-namics die.  Using a mouse pad or foam pad, hold the centre of the 1st flower down with a stylis, bend each of the petals up with your fingers, repeat with the remaining flowers. Layer each of the flowers on top of each other with foam mounting tape in between.
To make the gorgeous scallop border. Cut 3 scallop borders, I have cut 2 of the same colour and 1 lighter. Score a line (the die will leave a faint impression, I use that to score on) on each one and bend up.  Layer together with double sided tape, lay the 1st one down, add the next one 3-4mm higher and repeat the same with the 3rd.  You will find they will flatten out as you work with them, when you have finished sticking them together and then on to the card, tweak them a little, gently bend them back into place.  Cover over the join with some ribbon, then sit back and admire!!

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Thanks for stopping by, happy crafting,


Evelyn

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