Spellbinders Oval Regalia is one of the new dies to be released from the team for 2015 and it will help you to make the prettiest of cards very easily
You will need a die cutting machine to use these dies but there is one thing for sure ... die cutting is here to stay.
Every year new dies are released as old ones are retired and they just seem to get better and better
I love the intricacy in some of the larger dies as they make such a wonderful effect on my designs
Add to that some flowers, ribbons and pearls and what more could you want in a card
Perfect for any occasion and all you need to do is swap out the sentiment
This card features one of the new dies and this is Oval Regalia from Spellbinders
I have created a video tutorial to show you how to make this card ... from start to finish ... and I know you will love the result if you try it for your self
The flowers, pearls and the bows centre piece on my card are all from Wild Orchid Crafts and they have the most wonderful selection of flowers for you to choose from
So sit back and relax and the let the tutorial show you how to get this look
The sentiment is also from Spellbinders and is Sentiments Three
But change the color and the phrase and you will have another look for your design
For my cards I have arranged the flowers differently and used various types and sizes for the display.
To this blue card I have added in some lace and threaded a thin blue ribbon through the slots in it
But if you use your imagination I am sure that you can come up with many other ways to vary the look to your own cards using Spellbinders Oval Regalia
And the beauty of using dies is that they do all the work for you. All you have to do is sit back and take the praise
And look out for new dies as they come onto the market. You are sure to see some that really catch your eye and that you kn ow will make the most stunning cards for you without the hard work.
Just run it through your die cutting machine and away you go. Spellbinders will work with most leading machines and they will go through those with the smaller A5 cutting area.
Making cards has never been so easy or as much fun
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