Classically Becca Collection with Lisa Mensing
Greetings, crafty friends. Lisa from LisaMensing.com with you today. I am thrilled to be sharing inspiration here on the Spellbinders Blog again. I am sharing three cards featuring the Classically Becca Collection by Becca Feeken today. The dies in this collection are so intricate and elegant.
With Love Regalia Slimline Card
By using the With Love Regalia Etched Die Set, I created a slimline card, and honestly, these cards are all about die-cutting and assembling pieces together. Using kraft, white, and colored cardstock, I added Fashion Gold Embellishments to complete this card.
Neenah Desert Storm Cardstock, Neenah Avalanche White Cardstock, Chartreuse Cardstock, Glue, Foam Adhesive Dots, Sakura Gelly Roll Pen Gold
Filigree Marquis Never Lose Hope Card
Those A2 Filigree Marquis Etched Dies have a simple elegance to them. Using black-on-black cardstock is a first for me. The subtlety of it is wonderful, and you still pick up on the scrollwork. Even though I was a little worried it wouldn’t show, in the end, I really liked it.
Neenah Avalanche White Cardstock, Chartreuse Cardstock, Glue, Foam Adhesive Dots, Versafine Onyx Black Ink.
Radiant Navette Keep Smiling Card
Cutting and assembling the Cinch and Go Blooms is quick and easy. After cutting out a lot of the blooms, I assembled them. I now have plenty of extra blooms. It’s really stunning how detailed the Radiant Navette Etched Dies are. Using these dies is a no-brainer; they take care of all the work for you.
Neenah Avalanche White Cardstock, Chartreuse Cardstock, Glue, Foam Adhesive Dots, Versafine Onyx Black Ink, Shocking Pink Cardstock.
Having you here is always a pleasure – thank you!
Lovely script and lacy die set. I especially like how you did the slimline flowers – the extra dimension is very effective. Oh my, I really like the black card with the bright flowers. Something I don’t think I would have tried until seeing your makes! All are elegant and oh so pretty.
Love the beautiful detail and thought put into the cards. I really love Becca’s dies they are so feminine and lacy.thank you all.