Sunday, December 1, 2013

Spellbinders tussy mussy -Video tutorial- GDT Pion Design

Hi everyone :-)
Had so fun making this Tussy mussy`s with the beautiful Yellow pansy PD2303 For mother paper.
Used the backside of the paper with music notes For mother collection from Pion Design and different dies from Spellbinders to create the shape.
This are layered with tissue paper,cheese cloth music note decor paper glued together with Claudine Hellmuth multi matte .Brown spay from Lindystampgang to give it an old look and distress dry glitter on top. You can also use sticels. 

Some of the papers, dies and decor can be found at Kreativ Scrapping

Video tutorial

Link to Pion Design store finder,
And here is the link to the`r blog for ideas,
And Pinterest,

Had to make a several lol and here I used diferent Spellbinders dies.
Hearts, squares, ovlals and also corner dies can be used.
Here is the link to Spellbindes where you can see all the different dies,

On the backside there are some angels cut out from Wintertime in Swedish Lapland ~ Images PD3809Fand have glitter on them also

 Here is a close up picture from the back side with images glittered up.

Suply list:
Wintertime in Swedish Lapland ~ Images PD3809F
Yellow pansy PD2303 For mother paper Both from Pion Design.,
tissue paper,cheese cloth, Claudine Hellmuth multi matte, laces, trims, distress dry glitter seam binding,lindystampgang spray and pearls

And here is the link to Annie`s Etsy shop where you can find a lot of beautiful laces,

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,

Thanks for stopping by and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne

1 comment:

  1. I watched your video a few times through last night while making my Christmas cards... these are so beautiful Anne; I love the way they are translucent - they must look incredible on a tree! I must try to make one; I would love to have one hanging in my Victorian Studio!


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