Cardmaking Inspiration | You Encourage Me When I Stumble Card
Hello Spellbinders’ fan! Have you been busy die-cutting and making stunning projects? We hope you have! Today we’d like to share a beautiful 5×7″ card created using dies from the Chantilly Paper Lace collection by Becca Feeken.
Project created by in-house designer Yana Smakula
Step By Step Instructions:
We have a full set of step by step instructions describing how to create this card.
- Create 5 x 7 ” card base out of white cardstock.
- Cut patterned paper panel 4 ½ x 6 ½“. Cut gold foil cardstock mat slightly larger, adhere two panels together, foam mount onto the card.
- Die-cut & emboss Frame from the Anabelle’s Trousseau Layering Frame Medium set out of white cardstock. Foam mount onto the card.
- Die-cut Insert from the Anabelle’s Trousseau Layering Frame Medium set out of gold foil cardstock. Adhere onto the card.
- Die-cut & emboss 2 Corners from the Anabelle’s Trousseau Layering Frame Medium set out of gold foil cardstock. Foam mount onto the card.
- Die-cut Straight Banner out of white cardstock. Stamp sentiment in black ink. Foam mount onto the card.
- Die-cut Curved Tails out of gold foil cardstock. Foam mount onto the card.
- Embellish card with pearls.
- S4-820 Vintage Pierced Banners
- S5-327 Anabelle’s Trousseau Layering Frame Medium
- PL-001 Platinum Die Cutting And Embossing Machine – 8.5″ Platform
- T-001 Tool ‘N One
White Cardstock (Neenah Solar White 110LB & 80 LB); Gold Foil Cardstock; Patterned Paper (DCWV – Happy Day Stack); Fun Foam; Tape Runner; Clear Stamp (MFT – Kind Thanks); Versafine Onyx Black Ink; Self Adhesive Pearls; Elmer’s Multi-Purpose Spray Adhesive
Thank you for joining us today, friends! We hope you like this project and will give this idea a try! If you do, please share your project photos on social media and tag us so we can see!
Have fun die-cutting!
A stunningly beautiful card
thank you so much, June!
How do I not sound like a “broken record”?!!! Oh … my … gosh! What a beautiful card, Yana!! What a beautiful die set and I really like what you’ve done with it. I also really like the sentiment … very unique and one I could use over and over again when I receive support through a troublesome time. The pink background paper and then how you used white as well as gold as an accent add to how pretty the card is … and so feminine. Thanks for sharing an idea of what can be done with this stunning die set!
Where do you find the dies to make this card they are so beautiful
Very elegant and beautiful.