What’s New | Dimensional Doily Collection by Becca Feeken
My latest collection is a dream come true. Nothing says love more than a handmade doily, meticulously and adoringly made by someone special from days gone by. I wanted to recreate that wonderful intricacy in paper!
Welcome to the latest edition of What’s New At Spellbinders. Join Becca Feeken as she presents her brand new Dimensional Doily Collection.
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S3-397 Petite Double Bow with Dimensional Circles: These smaller sized bows and the dimensional circles with Fleur di Lis accents add that extra “something” to a Dimensional Doily or any project. Use a decorative brad to create a single or double set of looped bows.
S4-1055 Starburst Petal Doily: The pointed petal design, when assembled, creates a stunning doily design for cards, shadowboxes and more. Die cut, fold and interlock 6 of these beauties. There is a choice of cutting a detailed design or without the insert, create a shadow element.
S4-1059 Timeless Grace Doily: These filigree elements assemble into an intricate circle doily. I love how single pieces can assemble to create something unexpectedly beautiful and delicate- the recipient will be surprised this is made from paper!
S4-1060 Heart Melange Doily: I heart….hearts! The beautiful shapes of these delicate hearts create a jaw dropping finished doily that will be perfect for any birthday, anniversary, wedding and more! Layer with a smaller dimensional doily for one-of-a-kind cards.
S4-1061 Pointed Harmony Doily: Turn this exquisite flourished design into a star-like doily that is made even more beautiful when embellished with embellishments such as ribbon, buttons or pearls!
S5-405 Filigree Drop in Circlet Doily: The versatility of this set makes a different kind of doily, but is also a perfect base for any of the dimensional doilies in this collection. Use the base on its own or build a unique circular card with layered filigree quadrants.
Gorgeous cards with this beautifully intricate design.
more instruction would have been nice. such as ‘shadowing’ wha is that? and some card ideas as well.
someone gave this to me as a gift, and though the basic item put tog is pretty. i’d like more instruction on them.