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January 24, 2012

Creating a Shaped Card with Spellbinder Nestabilities

Hi ya everyone! This is Melissa from Melissa Made! Thanks Pam for allowing me to share today.  I have an easy tutorial on how to create shaped cards like the one above using a die-cut such as the Spellbinder Nestabilities.  I created a video below.  I also made an adorable circle card using the same technique, a Tiddly Inks digital stamp, and Card Patterns sketch.
For those that don't like videos.  Simply take a folded piece of paper and attach the die above the fold and tape before cutting in you machine.  Here is the other card I created using this technique.
I hope you enjoyed this simple tutorial.  It's really a simple and easy way to create cards without having an expensive die-cut machine.  If you have any questions or comments please feel free to ask in the comments section!  For more fun projects please visit my blog at Melissa Made.
Melissa

7 comments :

Pam said...

Melissa these are awesome! I love how you added bead string and flowers and of course your coloring! awesome as usualy! Love your video instruction. TFS

Leah Crowe said...

Your cards are amazing.. and who knew nestabilities could be used for card making?? haha YOU.. but now I know too. Thanks so much for the incredibly helpful video.. love your cards!!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a great way to make a quick card without a lott of hassel. Love the detail in your card and the video was great! TFS

Cricut Couple said...

What a fantastic project! So beautiful!

Michelle said...

Love both those cards and all the little details.

Tanya said...

Beautiful cards! Love the shapes and all the fabulous details!

Jeannie said...

I love this! I have a Spellbinders shape and have never used it. Thank you for the inspiration to try! Love your things.

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