Card with Acetate Front

by Phil Quinn
(Meath Ireland )

Acetate Card

Acetate Card

This is another card in which the inspiration came from one of Christina's video tutorials, it's an A5 card with the sentiment printed onto Spellbinders Labels Twenty.

I embossed some white Centura pearl card stock with the Cuttlebug simple flowers folder and the border on the bottom of the card is from the Spellbinders Parisian Accents die set.

The flowers are made up from Spellbinders Spiral Blossom One and Bitty Blossom set and I also used the foliage die, bling and ribbon from my stash.

I only started making cards just over a year ago so I don't have a huge collection of dies yet but I did start with the one's that Christina advised on her "Starting your Spellbinders Collection" tutorial

Hugs Phil

Christina says ...

I love the color of this card and those dies look just fabulous... and the beauty of Spellbinders is hey will never date and go out of fashion.

So although this was a set I told readers about a good few years ago they are still as fresh and pretty as they were then.

This is surely a card that anybody would be pleased to get and one I am sure that you are proud to say you made

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Pretty Pink

by Phil Quinn
(Meath Ireland)

Pink Christening

Pink Christening

This is a card I was asked to make for a little girls Christening Day

I have used Spellbinders Labels Twenty
and Filigree Cross I have the sentiment on the Resplendent Rectangles from Spellbinders

To the Tied Together embossing folder from Couture Creations I added diamante. I got this idea from Christina ... Well I get all my ideas from Christina, I am pleased with the final result and so was the recipient

Christina says ...

This card is so beautiful and I love the pink and white. It looks clean and fresh and those diamante on the cross section look so special.

Any embossing folder with this type of pattern on it can be dressed in this way and it makes a real difference to the look and finish of the card.

I am not surprised that you are pleased with it and it will become a "Keepsake" for the future.

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