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Today I’m introducing S5-068 Decorative Dress Forms to you, as well as fabulous Spellbinders M-Bossabilities™ folder ES-001 Simplicity! Here is what I created using these fabulous die templates!!
Here are the new dies I am introducing:
Sku Name ES-001 Simplicity
4 ¼ x 5 1/2
Sku Name S5-068 Decorative Dress Forms
1. Lattice: 1 7/8 x 2 ¼”
2. Scalloped: 2 1/8 x 2 5/8”
3. Plain: 1 ¾ x 3 1/8”
4. Swirls: 1 ¾ x 3 1/8
Watch this introductory video!
See how to use the new Spellbinders M-Bossabilities in this video!
Paint the box with a generous coat of crackle paint. Feel free to paint inside and the bottom if desired. I left the center of the top unpainted, as it will be covered by paper. While it dries, continue on with the next steps.
Trim a patterned paper just slightly smaller than the size of the box top. Sand edges of paper. Set aside.
Using E8-013 Classic Decorative Inserts Five and E8-003 Classic Triple Scallop Edge, create a 12” long strip. Tape the 2 die templates together, then tape to the strip of paper using a low tack tape. Cut and emboss using Spellbinders Grand Calibur® Machine. Remove die templates and reposition to finish cutting the 12” strip. I like to overlap the last portion of the cut design with the die templates to ensure everything remains in the proper position.
Repeat, so you have 2 12” strips to work with.
Create a decorative strip by adhering the edges of the strips just cut under the edges of a strip of striped pattern paper. Ink all edges if desired before adhering.
Adhere patterned paper to box top. Adhere decorative strip using Scor Pal’s Scor Tape for a strong hold. Trim ends once they have met the bottom of the box lid. Sand for smoothness.
Next, add a black flourish from Want2Scrap. Ends will be longer than the box, so just continue to wrap them around the box.
Now we get into some die cutting fun!!
Using cream colored cardstock, cut out S4-353 Labels Twenty Four die template #4 (with #1 being the smallest). No need to emboss, as we are now going to set this piece in our ES-001 Simplicity M-Bossabilities folder using side B. Emboss using the A-Base Plate and the raspberry D-Adaptor Plate, with the M-Bossabilities folder in between. Once embossed, lightly run a light colored ink across the embossed image. This helps to give a faux-letterpress look very easy! Set aside.
Using green paper, cut circle using S4-114 Standard Circles LG #5 (#1 is the smallest). Emboss using the same technique discussed above… using plates A and D with the M-Bossabilities folder between. Sand lightly, then ink. Add circle of black Nestabling from Want2Scrap. Set aside.
Next, I chose a different paper to add a bit if a delicate touch. Donna Salazar’s Antiquities linefrom GCD Studios worked perfectly! Place plain dress form from S5-068 Decorative Dress Forms over journaling block containing the floral pattern on the bottom left. Use low tack tape to hold in place. Trim with scissors. Cut and emboss. Lightly outline the form using black ink from Clear Snap. Add 3 pearls from Want 2 Scrap. I chose baby bling… in LeCreme. To finish off the dress form, I tied the waist with a small piece of green tulle.
Now we get to put it all together!!
Using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L foam squares, adhere the die cut pieces to the center of the decorated trinket box. Labels Twenty Four on the bottom, circle next, with the dress form on top.
To finish off, add a thin strip of stripped pattern around the perimeter of the box. I inked the edges first, and adhered it using Scor Tape.
Now you are finished!!
Spellbinders Products Used:
S5-068 Decorative Dress Forms (plain)
ES-001 Simplicity (Side B)
S4-114 Standard Circles LG (#5)
S5-353 Labels Twenty Four (#4)
GC-001 Grand Calibur Machine
Basic Grey “A Capella” paper collection
GCD Studios: Antiquities paper collection (Journaling squares)
WorldWin Cardstock (ivory)
Want2Scrap Nestabilities, Flourish and baby bling
Ranger crackle paint (Old Paper)
Ranger distress ink (Frayed Burlap, Antique Linen)
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L foam squares.
ScorPal Scortape 1/8”
Here is another quick project that I created, again using the S5-068 Decorative Dress Forms (Swirls) and the ES-001 Simplicity M-Bossabilities (Side A).
Spellbinders Products Used:
S5-069 Decorative Dress Forms
ES-001 Simplicity (Side A)
S5-077 Labels Twenty Five (#5)
S5-029 Nested Lacey Pennants
GC-001 Grand Calibur Machine
WorldWin Cardstock (red, ivory, black)
Want2Scrap: pearl border and baby bling
Quick Quotes patterned paper (gingham)
Ranger distress ink (Frayed Burlap)
Helmar Liquid Scrap Dots, Premium Craft Glue
Computer printed sentiment
To see one more project using the S5-068 Decorative Dress forms, see this blog post
where I revealed this die template for the Crafters Home release.
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