April 2021 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month is Here – Dahlia Dimensional Doily
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April 2021 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month is Here – Dahlia Dimensional Doily

Our April 2021 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month is here! Designed by Becca Feeken from Amazing Paper Grace this “Dahlia Dimensional Doily” die of the month will have you creating gorgeous layered projects in no time! Versatile, elegant, and timeless. This die set features 11 dies.

Enjoy the step by step tutorial below as well as the video tutorial to get you started with this month’s kit. Make sure to show us what you create by tagging #AmazingPaperGraceClubKit & #SpellbindersClubKits on social media! This kit is available on April 1st, 2021, make sure to get yours!

April 2021 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month is Here – Dahlia Dimensional Doily

Instructions:

Catch step by step instructions for this project below. Click photos to enlarge:

  • Cut pieces as noted; ink dahlia petals and roses with blending tool.
    To create the Dahlia Dimensional Doily, snip “V” piece as noted from all 4 die cuts, but on Doily B snip on the long cuts as noted.
    To fold, make a mountain fold (/\) for the outer perforated folds and a valley fold CV) for the inner scored folds. They will interlock together into a “quadrant” of four bases for the doily. The last piece is a little tricky to insert. Add glue between the petals on the 3 quadrants that are in place; once dry, bend one of the other doily pieces to interlock with the remaining doily piece. Glue last set of petals together.
  • Add striations of color by flicking brush tip of marker from the bottom up on each of the 4 sets of petals.
  • Adhere doily lace inserts in each quadrant of the Dahlia Dimensional Doily.
    Pinch the bases of the 8 dahlia petals; glue 2 petals into each quadrant. You now have a dahlia base of 12 petals.
  • Die cut and emboss 2 petals from green cardstock. Fold on the center vein to create dimension; set aside.
  • For roses, use scoring tip to burnish scored lines from the back of the die cut. From the front, bend back scored edges.
    Place thinnest end of the flower into quilling tool and turn so that the rose wraps around the quilling tip with the rose edges bending outward. Add glue to the rounded base of the flower and hold quilled flower in place; make sure the glue holds before letting go or the flower will uncoil.

Supplies needed:

Platinum™ or Platinum 6™ Machine, Cardstock in Cream, Mirror Gold, Lavender & Green, Bearly Art Glue (PCG02E), Foam Adhesive, Ribbon, Sentiment of Choice (Heart Felt Sentiments GLP-219 used), Copic Marker (BV00 Mauve Shadow used), Ink & Ink Blending Tool (Distress Shaded Lilac Ink used), Tool ‘n One (T-001 or T-016) with Stylus Tips (T-003) & Quilling Tip (T-010), Basic Craft Tools

April 2021 APG Die of the Month – Video Tutorial

Watch the video tutorial using this month kit below or on Youtube.

Additional inspiration

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April 2021 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month is Here – Dahlia Dimensional Doily

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April 2021 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month is Here – Dahlia Dimensional Doily

Craft artist Becca Feeken blends a love of sewing, embroidery, needlecrafts and jewelry-making into a passion for gift making and paper crafts. Her distinct style is a romantic elegance with classical and victorian influences, often punctuated with a delicate ribbon bow or handcrafted embellishments.Her passion for die-cutting began in early 2000 and today motivates her to encourage others in gift making, nurturing faith, creating legacy and giving.As a licensed die and stamp designer for Spellbinders, her sweetly recognizable designs continue to impact the industry.

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