As promised here is a tutorial on how I have made this hinged card using the lovely Spellbinders die Heirloom Oval. I love the way you can layer these dies to make lots of different finishes.
Here is the card:
To make the card
Fold a piece of cardstock in half to fit the die – 12″ x 5″
Lay the outer die slightly over the edge of the fold and tape in place prior to putting through your die cutting machine. I used my Scorpal to try and get it straight. This will create your hinge.
To decorate the outside layers:
Cut a piece of cream cardstock using the inner, patterned and inner edge dies.
Cut a piece of contrasting colour using the inner and outer edges. To create this I have placed all three dies together and taped them.
I then removed the inner patterned die to leave the outer edges and then die cut the coloured back.
I then layered the cream patterned piece over the coloured background die cut.
I put foam tape on the back of this piece and then adhered to the base card.
I decorated the card by cutting the centre die out in the coloured card and after cutting in half I have placed them in the middle of the card.
I then decorated with flowers made from the Heartfelt Creations Delightful Daisy set and finished with a tag from the Spellbinders Fancy Labels One.
Cardstock – CTMH White Daisy, Rosies Pearl Cardstock
Stamps – Heartfelt Creations Delightful Daisies, CTMH Just a Note
Inks – Versamark, Memento Dandelion, Lulu Lavender, New Sprout
Embossing Powder – Stampendous Aged Ivory, Ranger Silver
Bling from the local discount shop.
For those that live in the Wellington Region I will be having a class tomorrow, at Gift Hutt, teaching how to make these cards and more. For more information click here.
Have a good week and Happy Crafting