Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Bless You...

I created this card to show off the beautiful new Gold Labels Four die templates from Spellbinders® Paper Arts! These dies are so pretty when they are layered on top of each and using their companion dies, Labels Four. This card looks complicated, but if you dissect it, you'll see that it's not.

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To achieve these results, just take the largest die of Gold Labels Four and nest Labels Four inside, then cut/emboss as usual. Leave the paper in the dies and stencil all of the exposed area with your chosen color! Remove the dies and you have your first layer. Continue nesting Labels Four dies inside the next Gold Labels Dies, cut/emboss and stencil until you have the three pieces shown.

I added the colorful Cherry Blossoms branch with the smaller flowers for added interest, and topped those off with leaves and pearls. I used the smallest Gold Labels Four die for my sentiment from JustRite Papercraft Antique Autumn Tags One and added it to the center! Adhere your pieces together, then mount them on panels of black and white, then to a black card. You can change it up by turning the card vertical, changing the color of the flowers, etc. I embossed my black panel with the Dainty Dots Side A folder to add even more texture!
Paper: Bazzill Basics Black, Red, Brown, Green and White Cardstock
Inks: Tsukineko/Imagine Crafts Tuxedo Black ink pad, Olive Grove ink pad, sponge dauber 
Embellishments: Beacon Adhesives, 3D Foam Squares, KaiserCraft Pearls

The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store carries a versatile collection of supplies for your papercrafting needs from Spellbinders dies, JustRite Papercraft stamps and other stamps, ribbons of all textures, styles and thicknesses, beautiful papers from a multitude of companies and lots of fabulous embellishments.


  1. Gorgeous, Darsie! I zoomed in on your photo to see all the beautiful details. What a stunning card!

  2. This is one elegant card and I love it. The way you layered the dies is so beautiful and the red flowers pull iit together .


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