Sunday, August 30, 2015

Place Cards Tutorial featuring Graphic 45 Rare Oddities and Spellbinders dies

Hi everyone :-)
Here is the tutorial on how to make the table place cards I made for the configuration box.
This place cards can also be used for other Occasion like wedding, baptism, Christmas and new year.
I am using Rare Oddities paper collection from Graphic 45 and Spellbinders label seventeen.

Video tutorial

 Here is the place card I show how to make in the tutorial.
Also used movers and shapers branch die from Tim Holtz and spider web die from Memory box.
The spider web die is retired but there are many other similar dies on the marked :-)

The base is 2 die cuts labels seventeen from Spellbinders but if you don`t have this die you can make your own shape and I will link to my tutorial under the video on how to make the shape you like:-)

Ready for party :-)

Picture of all the projects together.

All stored inside except for the bottle
Picture taken at night.

                 Here is the link to how to make your own tag shapes and frames,

                                   Here is the link to my fussy cut video tutorial,

Here is the link to the configuration box post where you can find the link to how to make the base for the box,

Here is the link to the post where I show the mini album, menu card and place cards to go in the configuration  box,

Supply list:
Rare Oddities collection from Graphic 45, Spellbinders label seventeen, memory box spider web, Tim Holtz branch die,Ranger multi medium matte. cardstock, Pan pastel and Distress ink.

Here is the link to Simonsaysstamp for fine tip bottles,
And here is the link to www.tupelodesignsllc

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link, 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 it is inspiring and helpful.
Have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne


  1. Amazing as always. Thank you so much for your tutorials and for sharing your creativity. I am going to give this a go. :)

  2. Incredible! You have such an eye for detail Anne. I'm a new follower and I just find everything you do to be jawdroppingly good! Love, Mimi xxx


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