Monday, 13 February 2012

Fancy Nesty Tutorial

Hello everyone!  Finally a few minutes to put together the other tutorial, the Spellbinder one that I promised some time back!  I started with a piece of card that measured 8 inches by 12 inches.  Make a score line in the centre so that the finished card will measure  6 " x 8" in size when folded.

Next, tape your chosen die (I'm using the Parisian Motif here) with the cutting ridge down on the inside of the left side of the scored card.  Tape the die with removable tape (I like the Scotch brand) so that it won't tear your card and get it close to the edge of the card
Next, you will need to make a score line from the die upwards to the edge of the card and from the die downwards to the edge of the card.  The score line needs to be in the centre of the die.  The Parisian die has a small notch when taped in this direction that allows you to find the centre easily.
Next, you will turn your card with the taped die upside down on your base plate so that you can no longer see the actual die, but you should still be able to see the score line that you made above and below the die.  This is the line to which  you will need to line up the cutting plate.  Normally when cutting a die you would cover the entire piece with the cutting plate, but we only want half of the die to actually cut so the other half of the die will remain uncovered as we run it through the machine.
When you finish passing it through the machine it should look like this when you remove the cutting plate.
Next step is to emboss the entire piece.  So you will cover all of it this time with the tan mat and then the pink embossing plate and run it back through the Grand Calibur.  This will bring out the detail on the cut half and leave the other half nicely embossed into your card to complete the design of the Parisian (or whatever your chosen die may be) die template.
Carefully remove your taped die now and you will find a half cut and a half embossed design.  Remove the pieces from the cut die that may still need to be poked out.  Leave the embossed side as is.
Next you are going to fold your card in half on the original centre score line.  The back of the cut die should be facing up at this point like it is in this picture.  On the score lines that are above and below the die, you are going to fold the card flap backwards but allow the cut portion of the die to swing under so that it will be facing the right side up. 
This is perhaps a better pic showing how I am folding it backwards at the score lines but I am using my hand to push the cut portion of the die outward as I fold backwards.

This is what your card should look like when you fold the scored lines (give them a nice crease with a bone folder) and you have flipped the cut section so that it is not right side up.
In this pic I am trying to show that there will usually be a piece in your die that is on the centre line.  You will have to cut by hand the fall out piece so that half of it is completely gone and on the embossed side it should remain intact so as not to disrupt the overall look of the die on that side.  You now have the entire base piece done so that you can decorate the rest of the card as desired.
Here is the same card using the Holly Motifs and Accents and I have decorated it using borders and corners and smaller dies.  You can use this tutorial for any of the fancy Spellbinder dies and it looks wonderful!  I hope you will give it a try.  All for now, Sue x

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Jan said...

Wow Sue, you have excelled yourself. What a great tutorial cant wait to have a go. Nice to have you back. x

Heather said...

WOW Sue this card is fabulous and thank you so much for the tutorial. I will be trying to make this later on in the day.
Heather x

Sonia said...

Good morning Sue, i often wondered how to get that effect - now I know. Great tutorial - lovely card. Thanks for sharing.
Blessings
Sonia - St Helens

starcyl said...

Great tutorial Sue and such a good look. Love the card and this is easy to do once you know the secret, guess there will be quite a few cards made this way now.
Jenny x

Mrs O crafty blog said...

Morning Sue, what a great tutorial... I'm
Gonna have to try it, your so talented and give such great inspiration p x

AnnH said...

Great tutorial, you make it look so easy. Thanks

Hellma said...

Thanks for the tut, love the finished card.

Linda said...

Morning Sue, This is a great idea, I think you will have started a trend, I don't know how you keep coming up with so many new ways for us to play with our nesties. Linda x

Missmizog said...

Hi Sue
Thank you so much i am really looking forward to having a go at this. I love the card.
Sue

mags said...

Morning Sue. Great tutorial and will certainly be giving this a go.
Thanks for sharing.
Mags
x

Anonymous said...

'morning Sue, Fab-U-lous Darling!!
What a lovely sight on a wintery morning, thanks so much. Mabex

melanie said...

Great tutorial , thanks again for the card size that is what i struggle with. Melanie

auscrafts said...

Wow !!! Sue this is beautiful

auscrafts said...

Wow !!! Sue this is beautiful

Liz said...

Wow fantastic card and great tutorial. thanks sue

Carole Z said...

thank you Sue for the tutorial...will be having a go after work today :) Love Carole Z X

Elizabeth said...

Thanks for this Sue, I had forgotten all about it. Brilliant technique and looks really impressive when done. Must have a go soon...
Elizabeth x

Bea said...

Hi Sue
Thanks for sharing this technique - I will try it our with the fleur de lis set as that is the nearest I have

Patricia said...

Good Morning Sue,
Thank you so much for that wonderful Tutorial.
Going to give that a go later today, would look good Landscape as well.
Thank you for sharing your fabulous ideas.

Patricia xx

Maryann said...

Awesome tutorial Sue, thanks soooo much. And your card here today is absolutely gorgeous, but like you say here, I can see lots more of these dies used like this and is definitely going to try a couple of ideas out now too.
Thanks sooo much again and have a great day.

Lynnus said...

Thanks for this - I am sure we are all going to give it a go. Fab idea, can we have mote tutorials like this and the ribbon rose, they help so much - Lynne x

KIm said...

Good morning Sue
I have to agree with the other ladies, thankyou for taking the time to put this tutorial together, its really great to have something to refere back to. It goes without saying love love the card. Counting the days to the 21st, can't wait.
All the best

Kim x

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tutorial Sue,

Lovely Card

She x

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for this tutorial sue, it has made everything nice and clear. I will give it a go now.

Edwina

Sandra F said...

Super card Sue. Great tutorial. I have a card to make for the end of the week so will definately be giving this a try

Ana K. said...

Great tutorial, I just need more experiences with nesties!

ang said...

great tutorial will have a go with the dies I have got thanks angxx

Lydia Jordan said...

Morning Sue,

Good to have you back looking forward to your shows, I have ordered the Parisian motif dies si I;ll be able to have a go at this. Thanks for the tutorial.
Lydia
XX

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, Thanks for the tutorial. it's great seeing it set out step by step. Have you ever been asked for a Spellbinders DVD - How to? It would be great having you "in our homes". I do record your demos on C&C but it would be lovely having a DVD of them all together. Looking forward to POTD. love Teresa. X

marg said...

Good Morning Sue
Thank you for the tutorial !...... I need those ,as sometimes I need inspiration for something different
Lovely card
LoveMarg

jemet said...

Hi Sue

WOW what a beautiful card and thanks for the tutorial easy to follow so will definatlly give it a go.
Jean x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue , Love the nestie tutorial and i am going to have a go today, many thanks Yvonne xx

hazel said...

Morning Sue, great tutorial, which ive seen you demo a few times. Great use of dies xx hazel

PaulineC said...

Thanks Sue. I have been meaning to try this since I saw you demonstrate it on C & C, but I did not get round to it. I have no excuse not to now, with such a great tutorial.

Oksana said...

Thank you for the tutorial Sue. Will give this a try! X

Victoria said...

This is a really helpful tutorial that I will be trying later on! Thanks for sharing.

Lynn said...

Great tutorial Sue...Thanks for sharing have a great day! xx

Desiree said...

Hi Sue,
Thanks for the tutorial. Was very useful for you to include the card measurements - with your all white Cutie Pie card was wondering how big it is, seeing as it has so much packed in!
Can't wait for the C+C shows as am itching to get my hands on the winter dies - they look wonderful.

dutchess said...

Hi Sue....well just like lots of the other ladies I will be having a go at this as well!!! thank you for the tutorial is great to have a step by step, you are so good to us!!! love the card and as I have already started my christmas cards its another one in the bag take care Margaret

veronica said...

thanks Sue - will definitely be trying this with my big shot

Jenny L said...

Hi Sue,
greatttt tutorial . Thank you for sharing it with us. Will be trying it soon. Wonderful card this morning too.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L

Uta said...

Wow, what a great card. Thanks for this wonderful tutorial.

Hugs, Uta

Clare with paint in her hair said...

Ohhhh love that! thanks for the tutorial

nzillingworth said...

Hi Sue
Yo i did it at last. You should have seen some of the mistakes lol. Had one embossed at the fold edge looked quite good but didnt stand up well. Dont know how i did it , as cant do it again lol. Good to experiment but taken to doing it on paper cheaper lol. Now trying a three fold or gate fold. Let me know if u manage it. Got the into and out of frame ones, die cut. Wonderful. Thanks for great blog and welcome home.
born again spell binder
Nadine x hug
nzillingworth@hotmai.com

AnneRD said...

Thank you for posting the tutorial Sue. As you say this technique will work well with the other fancy dies. Anne x

Clare said...

Great tutorial thanks for explaining that technique. I'll be having a go of doing it.

Clare x

Sue J said...

That is incredible! Thank you so much for explaining it so well and making it easy for us to follow. :) I can see a play session coming on! :)

Astrid Maclean said...

Fantastic tutorial and brilliant finished card! There is one step I don't understand,namely why you cut the one half off, but I'm going to give this a try so hopefully I'll figure it out.... Thank you!!

Hanneke said...

Great tutorial and wonderful idea! Love your card with the green colors! So stylish! Hugs, Hanneke

nattyboots said...

Such useful information Sue and the finished result is fantastic ,thanks for the Tutorial.Elaine H x.

Ruthie said...

Thanks Sue it make my head hurt working out these things you made it so simple.

sue said...

Hi Sue, thanks very much for the tutorial, I will be having a go soon. I really like the finished card.Sue M

occasionali said...

Nice to have you back Sue and looking forward tp seeing you on c&c. Had forgotten about this effect which I saw demonstrated on tv but now you have given us such a clear tutorial I will definetely be having a go. Thanks so much.

Maggie said...

Thanks for sharing this technique Sue, will be trying this soon!

Maggie

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, this is one of my favourite techniques, since seeing your demo on C&C. Have you considered releasing a creative expressions magazine similar to HunkyDory's? I love your clear writing style & intuitive photography so I know the articles would be fabulous & I'm sure your amazing design team would help. With Love & Light Theresa. H

Debbie Tinks said...

SUE THANKS FOR SHOWING HOW TO MAKE THIS CARD
LOVELY CARD

scrapper said...

LOve this card - esp as I already have the appropriate nesties.!
Love the shade of green you have used Sue

Marie-Louise said...

I saw you do this on C & C and your instructions then as well were perfect. I have now made this style of card a number of times and they look marvellous.

Kate's Cards said...

Fantastic!! Not only do I need more nesties I now NEED a GC!!!!!

lainey said...

Hi Sue, I saw you do this on C&C and thought it was great then, I will have to give it a go, thanks for the tutorial to refer to. lainey x

Olga said...

It's just wonderful Sue! I'll do it too! It looks amazing!

Maria Simms said...

Hiya Sue, Lovely to have you back and hope you are recovered from the journey home. I love this technique-had forgotten all about it, you have inspired me to try a couple of ideas with this, thank you!

Maria xx

Christine said...

Awesome Sue many thanks for the tute ..I have seen this on C&C wondered how you did it..great me thinks I need to try this NOW..lol

smiles Christine x

Sue Yorkshire said...

Great tutorial Sue

I did manage to do this technique from your C&C show, and its brilliant when finished.

xxxx

Claveh said...

Thanks Sue,
This is really handy to have something to refer to, and I always think that they look so impressive.
Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

Welcome home Sue! So pleased you have given us this tutorial - watched it on C&C and loved it. Must make this tonight and then sit back and admire!
Val C

Tammy Ortiz said...

This is amazing.
I am not sure I am advanced enough for this but very cute
Hugs Tammy
http://tammyscrapincorner.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the tutorial Sue. Definately one to try. Ann W

Lesley said...

Hi Sue, "thank you" sooooo much for the fantastic tutorial, I can't wait to have a play. Thanks for sharing.

Hugs Lesley x

Carolyn said...

Fabulous card Sue,thanks for the tutorial.Will be trying this one out for sure.Its nice to be able to different cards x

May said...

Morning Sue, WOW, what a beautiful card and fab tutorial, thank you for sharing, Hugs May x x x

Lizzie said...

I saw you do this on cc and recorded it but this tutorial is so much better.
The card is gorgeous. Thank you.
Lizzie (Serial copycat)xx

yorkielass said...

Hello Sue, Thank you for the tutorial, often womdered how to get this effect and card size is really helpful, I usually struggle with this. Will be giving it a try shortly.
Hugs, June x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue

Thanks for sharing this fantastic tutorial. This is one I will be trying out

Geraldine

Bee and Dee said...

Thank you for tutorial really helpful and a great card.Hugs Bee

gwen70 said...

Thanks Sue for the tutorial I will certainly be trying it out. Great card

Vie Carter said...

very clever idea

Vie
x

eileen.fj said...

Hi Sue
Very useful tutorial-love the card!
Eileen x

lockedinmycraftroom said...

Hi Sue,

Thanks for the brilliant tutorial. Lovely card.
Chris

lorraine (classylady) said...

Hi Sue thanks for easy tut. I copied this when you demo'd on C & C turned out great

lorraine
xxx

Clai01 said...

Thanks for the tutorial Sue, it looks very clear to understand.
The finished result is outstanding!

Cumbrianlass said...

Hi Sue
I do like the Holly dies, and you have made a beautiful card with them, makes me want to start making Christmas cards again !!!!
Think I might leave it until August though.
Janet

Lisa M said...

I can't wait to try this...fantastic tutorial!

nzillingworth said...

Hi Sue
just received the hounds tooth embossing folder and i understand why your in love with it. Think it is going to sit on my desk all the time along with the spiral blossoms.

born again spell binder
Nadine hug x

Vee Cassidy said...

Dear Sue
Thank you for taking the time to do this I for one am hoping to give this a go soon as it is a lovely effect. It looks so interesting on a card. Sorry for catching up on a few of your posts at once as I was not on line all weekend! But I had three lovely posts to read at once and my favourite Sue card on your homecoming day. what a treat! Thanks, Vee x

Ayelet said...

Beautiful card and great tutorial.
Thank you :)

Melanie181 said...

Another fantastic card and really clear tutorial. Can't wait to get home and try it!

elkeartsandcrafts said...

Sue,
Thank you for spending so much time to give us this tutorial.
What a good idea. I would like to have a go at this some time. I wonder if it will work on a smaller scale in my Cuttlebug.

Love the finished result.

Elaine J xxx

craftygardener said...

I am so glad you have done this tutorial - I have been desperately trying to remember how to do this since I saw you do it on Create and Craft. Welcom back to the 'old country'. :)

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue
I remember seeing you do this technique on C & C but couldn't remember how to do it. Thanks to this tutorial I will now have a go.
Counting down the days till we see you on the TV again!x

Cazann49 said...

Thanks so much for this Sue..:).Am going to try this today with the Fleur de Lis squares ...Love looking at the daily blog..xxx

Petra2 said...

What a great card and so easy.
Thanks for the tutorial Sue.
Petra2

SusieB said...

Thanks so much for this Sue. I have been waiting for the tutorial but have to confess I had to try myself but did not get it quite right. So I will be having another go later. Sue X

CraftyJo said...

Thanks for that Sue, great photos showing the steps, I'll certainly be trying this.

craftycarol said...

Hi Sue,
Thankyou very much for this tutorial your ideas are great and I can't wait to have a go.
Carol x

loftylass said...

Hi Sue - nice to have you back....
Thanks for the great tutorial, this I have to try. tfs
Hugs
Heather W
x

Ria said...

Hi Sue
Many thanks for putting on this tutorial it is one I shall look forward to trying out.
I am really excited about the new dies you will be showing on C&C
Ria

Sandy Palmer said...

Great tutorial! Lovely card!

Carol S. said...

Hi Sue, I did a class on this a few weeks ago but haven't done it myself for a while. I also did a tutorial last year on my blog!Thanks for the reminder. Hugs Carol S.xx

Jan Caven said...

Hi Sue
What a brill idea, will have to try this with other dies as don't have the ones you used (yet) ha. Love the card it looks so fresh and crisp, yet another beauty, well done.
Hugs
Jan

pamela said...

WOW Sue, thank you for sharing this tutorial, I cannot wait to have ago. Looking forward to the POTD on the 21st.

happy2craft said...

Hi Sue,
Great tutorial, great pictures, brilliant easy explained words, got the whole idea in seconds, hope you find time for more demo's on your blog. Holly card lovely, still keep looking at yesterday's card, lol.
Best Wishes
Happy2craft

craftysals creative corner said...

my my sue, you really know how to stun us with your amazing talents

baconbits said...

I love this effect and have been trying as you know for many weeks to make it happen.I will be trying again later.
The cards you have made using this technique are amazing.
Thanks for the pictorial
Hugs
Amanda x

Stacey G.-2 Craf-t-4u said...

Thank You so much for that tutorial! That is awesome! I will have a try at that one! Beautiful card!

gwendraeth said...

Great tutorial and a must to try,
Thankyou for putting it down in writing,did tape it when you did it on tv with the square hearts, but this is better to refer to
Kind Regards Gwenda

Craftychris said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial, fab xx

lindyloo12 said...

Hi Sue I loved the tutorial and will have a go as soon as I get chance. I like the way you explain things so that they are easily understandable. Thanks

lindyloo12 said...

Hi Sue I loved the tutorial and will have a go as soon as I get chance. I like the way you explain things so that they are easily understandable. Thanks

CathyinMN said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial. Such a beautiful effect. Hoping to have the time to try this soon.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, the card is just fabulous, I'll definitely have a go at this one. Glad your back hope to see at Ally Pally
JanNxx

Shelley said...

Fantastic tutorial Sue, thanks for sharing. x

Lynne M said...

Hi Sue, thank you for the tutorial, clear instructions that hopefully even I can follow. LOL Lynne M

Janet said...

thanks a lot Sue, good one to have in the memory bank! Oh no ......I forgot.... I don't have a memory bank.....I'll print it off and keep it in my 'Sue File'.

Knerten said...

Great tut, Sue - thanks for sharing !

sheila said...

Thanks for the tutorial, I really appreciate the time it must take you. This oneis sooooo good I'm ready to give it a go and look foreward to another one.

sheila said...

Thanks for the tutorial, I really appreciate the time it must take you. This oneis sooooo good I'm ready to give it a go and look foreward to another one.

Ann said...

Fantastic Sue, a great tutorial will definately be "having a go" whilst off work this week. Thanks

Lexie said...

This is gorgeous. Thank you so much for such a brilliant tutorial. Shall definitely be giving it a go.
xx

Barbara said...

Great tutorial Sue, very clear and precise. Thanks for taking the time!!!

jordiegirl said...

Thanks for a great tutorial Sue - I really need to get around to playing with my dies more and experimenting.

SusanneJ said...

Saw you do this on create and craft and i loved it thanks for the tutorial Sue!!!

Sue Parish said...

Hi Sue, Thanks for a great tutorial - good photo's and very clear and easy to follow instructions, I shall be trying it very soon. Looking forward to the 21st! Sue x

gill said...

Excellent tutorial, very clear and easy to follow. Will give it a go. Can't wait for Tuesday and POTD with fab new spellbinders to drool over.

Gill

gill said...

Excellent tutorial, very clear and easy to follow. Will give it a go. Can't wait for Tuesday and POTD with fab new spellbinders to drool over.

Gill

Lindyloo said...

Hi Sue,
I loved this when you first showed it on C&C It is such a creative idea and since seeing you demo it, I have been thinking about ways to adapt it. You inspire me in so many ways and I love it.
You know how sometimes you can be looking at a sunset or some beautiful flowers and you're inspired to make a card in those colours or with that picture in mind, well I get like that, as you know, with song and film. Well now I find myself doing that with your demos. Rewatching your old shows recently I found my mind racing as I thought of ways to adapt this, alter that; searching then for my note pad (always one beside my bed and sofa) I am scribbling ideas or doing some sketches for a new card layout. In fact your tutorial for the rolled rose had me creating a new pattern for my crochet lace so I could roll that for a flower, and it looks lush. I think you are becoming my muse (as well as my mentor) if I may say!! LOL.. So, I know I sometimes go overboard but, thank you, thank you!
All the best and happy crafting everyone. Hugs Linda

Lindyloo said...

Hi again Sue,
Please don't count this when you do your no's game but I had to tell you something I thought important.
The card you did with Sam Poole, well I posted it on my Pinterest board that same day as I thought it so lovely and in under 5mins it was being repinned by others... and the card I cased of your Parisian in Teal is still been repinned regularly, including a repin by someone who thinks it is a fab layout for a scrapbooking page!
Told you, you were inspirational..
Loads love Linda

lilysmum said...

Welcome back Sue, sorry the weather isn't as sunny as you've been used to recently :-(
I've missed a couple of days so I've been spoilt with your last three blogs-great tutorial, more please. Loved both cards, especially the colours used on the one with the mesh flowers, good job it's half-term; I can craft all week!
Best wishes, Theresa

Helen O said...

Wow what an excellent idea, cant wait to try it, thank you Helen O xxx

Victoria said...

Fantastic tutorial Sue. I love the finished effect.

Jenny, said...

wow thax Sue, great tutorial :)

Vicki Sharkey said...

This has finally made my mind up that I have to get a Grand Calibur - been putting it off as happy with my cuttlebug but the need to make bigger cards is taking over. ANyway, my birthday's coming up soon. Hope C&C have a good offer on with these new dies too.
Vicki

Lorraine H said...

Thanks for the tutorial Sue, have been trying to work out how to do this. Lorraine x

Maggie J said...

Hi Sue

Many thanks for this great tutorial, I can't wait to have a try as it looks great. x

Monis Stempelgaudi said...

Very beautiful card and a wonderful idea! Thanks so much.

Greetings
Moni

YorkshireLass said...

Guess what I'll be trying this evening - lovely idea Sue!

YorkshireLass said...

Guess what I'll be trying this evening - lovely idea Sue!

bali said...

At last..... Thank you so much Sue. Much appreciated.Will get down to it soon. A great tutorial too well done. Hope to see many more. Greedy we are.xx

bali said...

At last..... Thank you so much Sue. Much appreciated.Will get down to it soon. A great tutorial too well done. Hope to see many more. Greedy we are.xx

Heidi said...

Awesome tutorial Sue, thank you for sharing this. Gonna give this a go
Heidi :-)

yorkshiresue said...

Thanks for the tutorial. It will come in very useful
Sue
XXX

CraftyCj said...

Caught the demo of this technique on c&c a while back and had totally forgotten about it, I definately need to give this one a try x

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

A fantastic tutorial. Thank you so much for sharing it with us.

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Barbara said...

Wow, I've been away without internet access and I've just seen this post. The card is fab, and I'll certainly be trying this technique...Thanks for sharing xx

isobel said...

Hi Sue, Thank you for this tutorial, which thank to you I have done. When I watched you making it on C&C I just could not get it correct, but thanks to you I did it. !!!!!!!!!!!!

Sue H said...

Hi Sue
Wow! I love this one, the colours and the excellent explanaton of how to achieve the look. Than you :D
Sue H. xx

Anonymous said...

wow wow what a beautiful card sue missed you not being on c&c
from another sue h

Jane said...

What a fabulous card love it thanks for the tutorial

Jane xx

Chrizette said...

Wow, beautiful! Looks tricky but it will be worth the effort! Have to give it a try!

Celestial Things

Jacqui's little piece of England said...

Thank you so much for your tutorial after the shows today I will have to give this a go.

jacqui x

Thelma Bayles said...

Just watched you on create and craft, have a grand calibur, and spellbinder dies, love your cards, will be a regular visiter to your site. love it.
Little bit crafty.

jac777 said...

Golly Sus, I'm yet another crafter who'd never thought of doing this! I really learn so much from watching you on C&C/IW & your fab blog about the less obvious uses of nesties. I really thank you for sharing your ideas with us.
Jac x

Diana said...

Thank you so much for the step by step instructions and photos for this technique. You've really inspired me :)
Love Diana x

hoddy said...

inspirational card and i am going to have a go right now.

chappers said...

I just love this idea and will use it a lot it is just so clever of you to think of this I cannot wait till my pick fo the day arrives and can have a go at this technique. Watched all your shows over the last few days. they were great
thanks
Sheila

miislucky said...

Thanks for the tutorial, Sue. I really appreciate all the hard work you do with the TV show and the examples you show here. Mimi

Carole said...

Thank you so much Sue, for this tutorial...fabulous idea!

Carolerob x

Sweetpeapolly said...

Thank you Sue for showing us this this effect, the card looks fab, and for your tutorial which makes it look easy. Pauline x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue so glad you put this one onwas wondering how you did it.Great xxxx.jan p

Dee said...

Hi Sue, love all your cards. Made my Yule cards with local village greeting, went down a storm. Keep up the good work, just wish I could afford more dies!! lol Dee

Cheryl said...

Love this tutorial! For some reason I've thought of only embossing, but not the half and half thing like you did here. Great idea and thanks for sharing!

debs said...

Thank sue I have struggled to do this bet by seeing the tutorial it as made it clearer and ive just had ado and I can now do it and it realy make a stunning card.
Thanks again Sue

Debs xx

chrissyh said...

Hello Sue - I'm very new to spellbinders and this tutorial is soo helpful - thanks x

joolsedesigns said...

Hi Sue I watched you demo this on C&C and have made a few of these cards I just love them. Hope you don't mind I have put a link on my blog back to this tutorial
Joolse x

Stella Wright said...

Great tutorial almost missed it as not been on line for a week, saw you do it on c&c but fogot how to do it this is great. Its a must for me to try

wintam said...

Thanks for a great tutorial! I'm surely going to try it!

salem said...

great

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I have made this card and everyone loved it. I it's a great tutorial thank you Sue.x

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