One of the things that has always amazed me about Spellbinders® dies is the quality and intricacy of each die. This fabulous Edwardian Door die from our Die D-Lites™ Collection is a perfect example and I’m excited to share my project with you today. To create this design, I’ve combined three different Spellbinders die sets. One of them I’ve used in a unique way by cutting apart the original die cut to form some sweet decorative foliage.
- S2-090 Edwardian Door
- SCD-012 Pierced Rectangles
- IN-010 Silhouette
- Spellbinders Grand Calibur® Die Cutting and Embossing Machine
white cardstock, vellum cardstock, text print patterned paper, gold glitter cardstock, gold glitter chipboard, letters, various vintage buttons, silver metal flowers, mini paper posies, white resin mini frame, adhesive
- Cut 4¼ x 5½â card base from white cardstock.
- Die cut white cardstock using the largest rectangle die and piercing die.
- Die cut text print paper using medium rectangle die and piercing die.
- Die cut Edwardian Door from white cardstock.
- Cut vellum just a little smaller than the door panel and adhere to reverse side of the cardstock.
- Adhere pierced rectangle layers to card base. Adhere doorway to design
- Die cut leaf oval die from Silhouette set from gold glitter cardstock. Hand cut tiny sprigs of foliage from frame and adhere.
- Adhere flowers and buttons over springs on either side of doorway.
- Adhere gold sticker letters for sentiment.
- Adhere resin frame on door as a wreath.
- Adhere vintage button as a door handle.
The flowers buttons and golden sprigs make a sweet doorway embellishment.
I love this doorway in a simple white and gold combo but I can see this doorway decorated in so many different ways throughout the seasons. Wouldn’t it be stunning embellished for the holidays or Thanksgiving?
Julia Stainton blogs at Belle Papier.