Friday, September 13, 2013

Stempunk Spells card series 3

Steampunk Spells card tutorial 3

Graphic 45 newsletter tutorial

Finish card


Start with 12 x 4 black paper and score at 6 and 9
Cut out yellow paper 5 3/4 x 3 3/4  from the 6 x 6 paper pad and ink around the edges with Vintage photo distress ink

Some suggestions for embellishments on the front.
Used a Zig pen around all my cut outs and the fussy cuts are covered with Claudine Hellmuth multi matte.
Banners from the cardstock cut outs

wrapped thread around the Yellow paper up and down and glue on 6 x 4 black paper with score tape.

Fold the black paper on the score lines and take glue on the 3 inch side and glue on the yellow paper on the bottom.

Glued the fussy cut steampunk lady and a pocket with tag from the cardstock pocket cut outs with a layered owl on the top.Glue only on the sides.
Used 3D foam on the back of the banners and bottom of the sign. You can also glue the banners on thick thread or jute with a glue gun and attach to the back side of the yellow paper before you glue the black backing on.

Glue the book cover on the top of  paper that is scored in the middle. Fold and cut around.

Used a cardstock cut out for a pocket and backed it with black paper. Attach to the yellow 3 3/4 x 4 1/4 paper with black brads. Cut out a bird and glue on the top. Glue the yellow paper on the black base and leave a bit on the top to bend up so the top don`t slide down.

Here is place to write a personal message.

Back side of the card. Used a sticker. Glued it on black paper and cut around.  Backing paper from the 6 x 6 paper pad.

Back side of the easel. Here i s place for a hidden message. Used a tag from the 8 x 8 paper pad and cut around the owl. Glued down on 3sides and leave the top open. Placed a little tag from the chipboard cut outs behind. Cut out some bats and glued them on the top for decoration.

Supply list:
Steampunk spells paper pads,Cardstock cut outs, sticker sheet, black brads, black Bazzil Prismatics card stock, Zig pen, Vintage photo distress ink, Claudine Hellmuth multi matte. Scotch quick dry glue, Score tape, and score board.

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


  1. This is absolutely entrancing as I love Steampunk but never attempt it. Your attention to detail really adds every element of perfection. Creative Bliss...

  2. This looks wonderful.Love your steampunk art.
    Thanks for showing, wonderful job Anneke.



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