Tuesday, August 12, 2014

New fun G45 Botanical Tea 3D garden card - Tutorial for Card base

Hi everyone :-)
New fun and easy card idea!
Had so fun making this garden card with the gorgeous Botanical Tea collection from Graphic 45.
There will be a tutorial in the end of the video how to make the base for this card. There are so many different opportunities with this card base and it is just imagination that can stop you for making different cards with this card base :-) The Card measure 6 x 4 inch.


Video


Used banner and chipboard cut outs from the collection on the front and left it open so 2 small cut outs fits behind.Also fussy cut out the lady from A ladies diary The bench is from Marianne Design and the happy birthday die is from Cheery Lynn.Butterflies are from Martha Stewart and they are fastened on acetate strips.

 All the fussy cut outs are covered with Claudine Helmut Multi matte and distess with white paint dabber.Seam binding colored with Pan Pastel chalk

Was so inspired by the early summer here in Norway to create a full summer garden with flowers and birds :-)

 Close up picture of the bottom garden.
Fence die is from Magnolia

Close up picture of thetop.
Lamp post die from Magnolia and bird cage from Cottage cuts.

Garden scene :-)

The cut out can also be placed on the back side.


Will show in the end of the video how to build up this card.
The paper stripes can be placed different places to create your own unique card :-)

Seen from the top

Supply list:

Botanical Tea collection from Graphic 45, Bazzill prismatics , paint dabber,glue,Multi matte,dies,seam binding,Pan Pastel, punches, dies and a lot of fun creating :-)

Papers and dies can be found at Kreativ Scrapping

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgsJnzDCHkA
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,

Hope this is inspiring  by and have fun creating :-)


Hugs, Anne

9 comments:

  1. Dine arbeider er fantastiske, du overrasker meg hver gang! Jeg skjønner at du må ha det utrolig morsomt hver dag og hver gang du setter deg ned med saks papir og lim. Det er alltid like spennende å se hva du finner på. Tusen takk for all fantastisk vakker inspirasjon, hver gang. Jeg elsker å følge med deg og din kreative hjerne. Varm klem fra meg

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  2. What a lovely Garden pop-up card ! I loved all the pop-up elements .The front and back of card look equally beautiful.Thanks a lot for sharing the pop-up mechanism !

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  3. Seriously, no words to describe the beauty of this card!! Thank you so much for your generosity in sharing your technique for the base. I can hardly wait to try this!!
    Hugs,
    Nancy

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  4. Such a beautiful dimensional card! I will have to try it - thanks for the tutorial!

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  5. GORGEOUS!! this is breathtaking Anne, thank you for the tutorial. You are amazing.
    Hugs Annie x

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  6. Dear Anne, it's so very remarkable; every time I find a gorgeous card on Pinterest, I end up on your blog... your work is so outstanding! I want to thank you for the inspiration.
    love from the Netherlands, Astrid

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  8. What a beautiful card, thank you for share!

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  9. What a beautiful card, thank you for share!

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