Do you have your Flower Burst Spellbinders D-Lite die yet?
If yes, look at the cards below to see what you can do with it.
If no, then you had better pop into Crafty Capers and pick yours up today.
This die will go through the Sizzix Big Shots and the Cuttlebug die-cut machines.
Click on the Spellbinders tab above or this link to get more information on using these great dies and get a great cut every time.
This card has an acetate/clear film base. There is an insert on the inside of the card base that is slightly smaller than the acetate that is made from Kaiser printed paper. The paper insert is held in place by the twine. The white Flower Burst is glued to the front of the card base with Glossy Accents. A second Flower Burst (in a different colour) is glued to the inside of the card base directly behind the white Flower Burst.
Use the red/tan embossing mats on your die-cut.
To get coloured flowers, die-cut the Flower Burst die in different colours, cut out the flowers you want in various colours and mount them into place.
Use the red/tan embossing mats with the die to emboss the details of the Flower Burst onto the die-cut. If you have forgotten how to do this click on the link above.
This die-cuts above and below have been embossed with the red/tan embossing mats.
To get a shadow look on the card above die-cut two Flower Bursts in the same colour and mount one on top of the other with tiny pieces of white Magic Mount.
Make sure you pop into to Crafty Capers to see the samples on display.