I am delighted to share a project with very intricate dies with you. Spellbinders has some awesome March release. I was somewhat skeptical when I saw the actual dies...
Like... is it possible to create what you see on the project photo?
Well, guess what!? To see and do is to believe.
As usual, I like to make my own paper with Distress Oxide. This was made easy thanks to the Distress Ink Spray. I sprayed the paint onto my watercolor paper and then used a heat gun to dry it.
I admit, that it did take some patience to adhere one tiny petal at a time. I stamped the sentiment from one of the stamps set from the previous card kit.
BUT honestly, it was fun and therapeutic to create this project that after doing it for a few minutes. I started to enjoy it as the Hyacinths started to "bloom" in front of my eyes!
One thing I 'd suggest that you will need to use one of Stylus tools (see here). I have also listed a few others that will also work. This tool will help to add that extra dimensions to the petals.
I have listed a few other items from this release for your reference. I have more to share! Hope you are enjoying milder temperature as I do. Thank you for stopping by!
PS: please check out HERE if you are making any purchase of Spellbinders products. Thank you!
a really great with DIMENSION NO LESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is incredible! I LOVE the 3-D effect!
These hyacinth look so real. Just like the ones blooming in my yard. Needless to say, I love the card.
Awesome textures and dimension! So pretty!
Really beautiful! A bit fiddly but well worth it!
Would like to try these types of dies. The shaping seems intimidating, especially with smaller parts.
Beautiful hyacinths. Ours are blooming now.
What a sweet card! I love all the little flowers on the hyacinth. Beautiful colors.
incredible Virginia. What stunning flowers.
The hard work paid off. Looks great!
The hard part of making these intricate pieces is to match up exactly where they go and you have done a fabulous job!! The petals look natural and are gorgeous!
Really an eye-catcher, Virginia!!! And fabulous dimension with all those little buds!
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