These Spellbinders Cut Fold Tuck dies will give you yet another look to your cards ... with very pleasing results and there are several patterns for you to choose from
This is the ever popular White on White card and the addition of the centrepiece makes it look really special.
I have used the Floral Burst for this card from the Spellbinders Range of dies and they are very easy to use.
There are three different sized dies in each set and they can be mixed and matched with any of the other sets too.
I have used the Persian Accents border with ribbon added to the top, and the back of the card has been run through an embossing folder
The Floral Oval has the sentiment added and then mounted on foam pads to give some height.
The organza ribbon has a large sparkly button in its' centre....and the Diamante "Bling" is from Want2Scrap
There are several sets of these dies and new ones are being added to the range all the time.
They get more intricate each time ... but a good tip when using any of the highly detailed dies is to rub over the die with an un-used Tumble Drier sheet before you add your card
That will help to release the card after it has been run through your machine and talcum powder or wax paper are other ideas that can help to release the card too
So here is the video tutorial which will show you the cut, fold, tuck, process and it is only a short one ...
This White card shows the dies layered up together with a gemstone in the centre ... but you can use them as stand alone pieces if you wish.
The size of these dies means that they can be used with any other brand of die cutting machine, even those with the smaller cutting area, with extremely good results
And the effect is lovely if you use some double sided paper that will show through the tucked part of the shape
The Pink card shows all the smallest dies from each of the sets used as flowers on the bottom portion.
But however you decide to use these Spellbinders dies you will not be disappointed with the result.
And once the shape is cut think about adding it to a complimentary layer that is mirror card that will show through the tucked parts