Thursday, September 12, 2013

Stempunk Spells card series 2

Steampunk Spells card tutorial 2

Graphic 45 newsletter project..

Finish card


Cut out one black cardstock 8 x 6 and score at 4.
And one for the little booklet 5 1/2 x 4 and score at 2 3/4

Some suggestions for embellishments on the front. Did not use the large hot air balloon.
Used a zig pen around all my cut outs and the fussy cuts are covered with Claudine Hellmuth multi matte.
Most of the images are from the 12 x 12 paper pad.

 Here I used a May Arts black ribbon and glued it on the front with Score tape.

Her i cut out the blue of the tag and glued it on just around the frame so it is open in the middle.
The banner was backed with black cardstock and then i took on some hinges on the side and bottom to make a pocket.

 Glue the  little book ( from the 8 x 8 paper pad ) on the other black cardstock and cut around,
Cut 2 piece from the 6 x 6 paper pad ( light yellow ) 2  3/4 x 4 and tore around. Ink up with vintage photo distress ink. Cut out eye glasses and corners from a tag on the 8 x 8 paper pad. 
Also cut out a cat from 12 x 12 paper pad  tag ,sign and fairy are backed with black cardstock and cut around about 1/8 inch on the outside of the image. Also added some gears, bats, and flowers from the 8 x 8 paper pad.

Inside the card I cut 6 x 4 from the plain 12 x 12 paper pad and torn the edges. Distressed with Vintage photo.
Took some thick sewing thread around the paper to make it look like spider web. Score tape on the back and also taped over again when I had enough thread on.

Added a clock, bats and time flies for decoration. The clock is only glued down on the left side and bottom so a tag or picture can slide behind.

Back paper from the 12 x 12 paper pad cut at 5 3/4 x 3 3/4.
Sticker backed with black cardstock.

Supply list:
Steampunk spells paper pads, sticker sheet, from Graphic 45, May Arts black ribbon, black Bazzil Prismatics card stock,Zig pen, Vintage photo distress ink, Black thread,Scotch quick dry glue,  Claudine Hellmuth multi matte and score board.

Hope this is a bit inspiring and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne

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