Spellbinders and Parchment will help you to produce some really memorable cards.
They will be suitable for any occasion .. especially those really special times when you need a stunning card..
Add in an embossing folder for a really pretty look that you will help you to design a card that you will be proud to give.
Scroll down for the video tutorial to show you how to create the look for yourself in easy to follow steps.
Your dies will cut many different types of material ... from card and paper to fabric and felt.
There is a tutorial on creating some really pretty Felt Flowers with Spellbinders
But one of the things that looks truly stunning on your design is Parchment and it cuts like butter.
You can use colored parchment to make some delicate flowers to match the color scheme of the card. Or create a wrap that will go around the card and hold it closed
There are so many ways to use the parchment and it always looks good.
Or you can do as I did and run it through your die cutting machine in an embossing folder to add some pattern and texture to it first.
The tutorial is just long enough for you to have a nice cuppa and a couple of biscuits as you sit back and relax and watch the video.
Then get out that parchment and have a go for yourself ... you will love the results and it doesn't matter which embossing folder you use the pattern will look just as good.
On the two featured cards I have added a different colour behind the parchment to show you how you can ring the changes each time.
The embossing folder that I have used is from Crafters Companion and it is one of the A4 Embossilicious range called Ornate Butterflies.
One sheet of the parchment gave me what I need to make the panel and then I have cut two of the butterflies out of the other piece to decoupage onto my card.
You will need to be gentle with the parchment once you have embossed it or it may split along the embossed edges
The butterfly trail has been created with some of the pearl flourish from Want2Scrap
I know that you won't be disappointed with your card and it is something you may want to try over and over again.
I will add in more ways to use your Spellbinders and Parchment as I go along ... so watch this space.