Sunday, 31 January 2016

Tri-fold step cards - Kaszazz


I have a couple of cards to share today. They are both the same style, but different sizes, and use mainly the same products. Stamps, papers, inks and dies from Kaszazz.

The base for this first card was cut using a Spellbinders die.
Paper is from Terrace garden collection. The small envelope is cut from vellum. Paper is embossed in Leaves folder. Filled with sunshine and  Leaf stems stamps were used. The front sentiment from Greetings is gold embossed and die cut with the Shield die. Ivory card is placed inside the envelope to add a greeting. Dragonflies are cut with Flutterby die, wings highlighted with gold gel pen, and fixed to the card with glossy accents.
Focal image is Spring Border, stamped in archival ink on to the paper and also on to ivory card. These were coloured with alcohol ink markers and the flowers from second image fussy cut and mounted over the originals, then coated with glossy accents. Some seam binding loops and rhinestones finish the design.

This card is larger than the first and was cut by hand. It has been made in the same way as the first card, but has a folded tag for the inside greeting.
Main image is Spring Flowers. Wings of a Butterfly and Moroccan butterfly have also been used. Flower centres have gold brads, and the rhinestones have been coloured with alcohol markers.
These cards are a little special and are fun to make.

Till next time

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