Camellia Accents With Love Card

Hello everyone, Yvonne here! I am showing you how to make  a card using the Rouge Royale Collection by Stacey Caron. For today’s card I chose Camellia Accents Etched dies.

By combining golden die-cuts with deep fuchsia/pink it’s easy to create an elegant card with only one set of die-templates.

Let me show you how to make the card!

Here we go:

1.      Trim chocolate brown cardstock to size 8½x6⅛” and fold to a card base size 4¼x6⅛”.

2.      Trim soft pink cardstock to size 3⅞x5¾” van glue upon the card base.

3.      Trim fuchsia cardstock to size 3½x5½”.

4.      Cut/emboss all three CamelliaAccents die-templates 3 times from dull gold cardstock. Use the Tool ‘n One to remove the excess parts.

5.      Put small pieces for 3D foam tape on the back of the die-cuts (for an extra 3D effect on the card).

6.      Glue the Camellia upon the fuchsia cardstock and cut of the parts that stick out with scissors.

7.      Glue the fuchsia cardstock with the die-cuts upon the card base.

8.      Embellish the card with satin ribbon, mulberry flowers and twine.

 

Voila….you created the Camellia card! It’s that simple 🙂

 

Spellbinders supplies:

·        S4-737 Shapeabilities Camellia Accents Etched dies from the Rouge Royale Deux Collection by Stacey Caron

·        PE-100 Platinum™ 6 Die Cutting and Embossing Machine – 6″ Platform

·        T-001 Tool ‘n One

 

Other supplies:

·        cardstock: chocolate brown,soft pink, fuchsia

·        satin ribbon, mulberry flowers and leaves, twine

·        3D foam tape, glue, paper trimmer, bone folder

 

Thanks for stopping by.

Wishing you happy crafting!

 

Hugs from Holland,

Yvonne

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Yvonne van de Grijp
Hello everyone, my name is Yvonne van de Grijp and I love crafting and especially making cards. In 2008 I made my very first (simple 3D-)card. Now I'm really addicted to this lovely hobby of scrapping and stamping. I hope you'll enjoy visiting my blog which is named after my lovely dog: cocker spaniel Phoebe. Hug, Yvonne