Hi friends, another swoon-worthy die set from Becca Feeken for this month’s Spellbinders Amazing Paper Grace Oct 2020. I must say this one challenged me – especially the part to make the lenses on the camera. But I figured it out after watching this intro video from Becca.
And here’s the card I made – I did not make it a popup 3d card. I only made the front of the camera and added that to a 6×6 square card.
- Spellbinders Amazing Paper Grace Oct 2020
- Spellbinders Elegant 3D Cards Cinch and Go Flowers III Etched Dies
- Spellbinders Shapeabilities Cinch and Go V Etched Dies Vintage Treasures by Becca Feeken
- Brewtiful Day Paper Pad by Craft Smart®, 12″ x 12″
- Blue Solid Paper Pad by Recollections®, 12″ x 12″
- Sweet Berry Paper Pad by Craft Smart™, 12″ x 12″
- Plan patterned paper for die cutting. I followed the video here and the blog post here.
- Die cut the camera and all its parts. Emboss using the dies that allow embossing. I used patterned papers from the ‘Brewtiful’ Day paper pad (linked below).
- Die cut the sentiment ‘you make me smile’ using blue cardstock. I used one from Blue paper pad (linked below). Also cut it out from gold mirrored cardstock. Give a banner tail to the blue sentiment stripe and add a layer of foam tape under it. Like a puzzle, fill in the gold letters into their place. The foam tape will help adhere them.
- Create the flower using light pink cardstock. I used one of the lighter ones from the Sweet Berry paper pad (linked below). I also created smaller flowers using Spellbinders Shapeabilities Cinch and Go V Etched Dies Vintage Treasure from the left over pieces of my pink cardstock.
- Cut out one of the squares from the paper pad. On this base square add the camera, the flowers, leaves and the sentiment stripe.
- Create a 6×6 card using two separate 6×6 squares. I used the front to be blue and back to be white.
- Adhere this finished panel on a blue (front side) of the card and call it done.
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