Hello, crafters! My name is Yasmin from cardsandcraftsbyyaz.com and today, I’m delighted to be here on the Spellbinders Blog sharing with you the two scenarios that, I made for today’s cards using the Scenic Snapshots Collection which, coordinates perfectly with Santa’s Workshop Etched Holiday Die.
So…without further ado, let’s take a look of the two cards that I created for this blog post.
Adventure Time Card
For the first card, I create a beautiful dawn in the mountains scenario using the Adventure Time Snapshot Dies from this collection so, to begin with I started by running through the Die-cutting Machine each of the elements to die-cut them out of an Assorted Colored Card Stock pack as, there was a color variation from one element to another. In the meantime, I also ran though the die-cutting machine the Cloche edge die and the base from the Santa’s Workshop Etched Holiday Die to die-cut them once out of white card stock, and a second time to, die-cut just top part of the cloche out of light blue cardstock as, I was planning to use the light blue piece as the background for the sky.
Once, all die-cutting pieces were done, I started by adding a bit of depth to the light blue piece and, to do that I inked it up just the edges of the die-cutting. Next, I adhered the backing of each of the elements to the background with liquid glue creating that way the full dawn in the mountain’s scenario. Then, I added clear sparkly glitter to the top of the mountains and trees as, well as glossy accent to the fire, moon and stars for a touch of sparkle and shiny dimension.
Right after when the scenario was finished, I adhered the backing of the cloche edge to it, and I adhered the lower side of the top piece to its base with liquid glue which, right afterwards became into a beautiful Cloche décor for the card. Lastly, I adhered the backing of the cloche décor to a white card panel which right after, I adhered the backing of it to an A2 top folding Kraft base with double-sided tape. To finish the card off as, you can see in the picture above, I adhered the Adventure Time die-cutting word that, I previously die-cut out of brown cardstock on the top side of the card. And, as a finishing touch, I added glossy accent to the sentiment and I adhered a tided bow that, I created out of a big piece of burlap string to the top of the cloche décor.
For the second card, I kept the main idea as the first example. However, I changed my scenario by using the Harvestime Snapshots Scenic Dies from this collection. So, to begin with, I stared by running through the die-cutting machine the dies from the set along with an assorted colored card stock.
Once, all the die-cutting pieces were done. I started by adhering each piece creating that way the beautiful Fall/Autumn morning scenario for this card. As you can see in the picture above, I added lots of dimension by curling up the leaves and the flowers. To curl them up, I used the Tool N’ One and the Stylus Tips. Then, when the full scenario was finished, I adhered in the same way that, I did on the previous example to create the cloche top and base.
Lastly, I adhered the backing of the cloche décor to a white card panel which, right afterwards, I adhered the backing of it to a top folding Kraft card base with double-sided tape. To finish the card off, I added lots of shimmer to the barn, tree, leaves and flowers. As, for the sentiment, I adhered the backing of the Harvestime die-cutting word on the lower side of the card and, I adhered two yellow jewels to the center of the flowers as, well as a bow to the top of the cloche décor.
Well, I hope that you’ve enjoying learning about how, I created these cards! The new Scenic Snapshots Collection is available now. Be sure to tag us in your social medias using the hashtags #Spellbinders #NeverStopMaking when sharing your creations so, we can see what you are creating with these beautiful scenes.
Thank you so much for stopping by today, we hope to see you soon. But, for now…have a fabulous crafty day!