Jul 10 2013

Spellbinders Tip – by Michelle Woerner

Sometimes a project is SO gorgeous, it’s worth repeating – especially when some fabulous tips are included to help make things go easier! I LOVED Michelle’s original creation of the design used today, and today’s remake is even prettier, if that’s possible.

 

These colors and patterns are SO appealing — just gorgeous, and so “do-able”!

Simple layers that are simply exquisite!

You can see Michelle’s original version of this card here.

You can see Michelle’s card above on the Spellbinder’s blog here.

CHECK OUT the link above to the Spellbinders blog!  The information included in that post will save you a lot of headaches!  Some of the dies that are larger and/or more intricate tend to need a bit extra attention to get them to cut completely.  That’s the issue that Michelle addresses — WORTH THE TIME TO READ!!!

Michelle used:

Stamps:  Grand Sentiments, a large clear stamp set by JustRite

Paper:  My Mind’s Eye – from the Collectable SeriesUnforgettable 6×6 pad

Spellbinders Dies:  Square Nesties, Labels Twenty Five, Bitty Blossoms, Foliage, Fancy Lattice

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black

Ribbon:  May Arts 3/8″ Dotted Sheer – White

Miscellaneous:  Stick pins, Xyron Adhesive Eraser, Rhinestones, Foam Squares

All items available at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store, as linked.

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Spellbinders Fancy Lattice – this is the die Michelle used today.

It creates such a lovely backdrop!

 

Spellbinders Basic Lattice – another lattice option available

 

Spellbinders Grateful Lattice – still another lattice option!

All items available at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store, as linked.

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Thanks so much for stopping in today.

We did post twice  yesterday with all the NEW JustRite July Christmas releases, so please scroll down if you missed those.

Have a wonderful day.

We’ll be back REAL soon!

NOTE: We’ve issued a DT Call to serve through the holiday season – interested?  Check it out here.

 

 

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