Thursday, 26 November 2015

Aperture With A Swing Bauble..


Good morning friends, followers and visitors, welcome to new follower Meine Bastelwelt. thank you for joining me.

Sharing my DT card for Poppystamps blog today.

I have a few followers who ask how I do "Aperture cards" with a die and add a frame, so I have taken photos to do a step by step, making an aperture for a swing bauble..



Finished card 5.1/2" x 6"..


1.

 Main card folded in half.
I am using the two largest die from Poppystamps Stitched Main Street Tags.
using both dies to find the centre of the card where I want my cut out to be and large enough for the bauble to swing.

 2.
Use the smallest die only for the cut out!
Open card and run through your cutting machine.
3.
Finished cut out.

4.
Place the paper you are using inside the card. again put the smallest die one you have used for the cut out back in the frame.
Draw a pencil line around.
Using your die on the blue paper, cut this on your pencil line.

ONLY if you are adding paper to your card! you do this..


5.

Using your two dies together, cut a white frame, this is for your Aperture.. Front of the card.
6.

Glue your blue paper to the card front.
 I cut away to leave a small border (After Stamping and embossing with White embossing powder).
The glue your frame to the card..




















Finished card.. I also used White Gesso on the Poinsettias and berries..
list below what I have used..

Thank you for stopping by and hope you understand the tutorial on to-days card..Pam x


Item used.

Stitched Main Street Tags.    here phone 01634 686823
Luxe Ornament Outline & Background.
Blooming Poinsettias. Large & Small.   here phone 01634 686823 small and large  .here large
Verona Flouris.
lorelai Leaf.
Vintage Merry Christmas.
Open Studio. Cabin Pine Trees  Cling stamp. CS2218H.
Distress ink. Tumbled Glass/Broken China.   here
White WOW.embossing powder 
berries.
White Gesso. 

46 comments:

  1. Hi Pam, what a stunning card again. You've chosen wonderful colors and the flower arrangement is a feast for the eyes. I'm totally thrilled.
    Hugs Petra x

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  2. Morning Pam,
    Another stunner, love it.
    Lydia
    X

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  3. Wow, wow, wow! Enough said xx Zoe xx

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  4. Wow Pam, just stunning! Loved your step by step, so interesting to see how the card was put together. Beautiful blue hues and that ornament is do intricate and stunning, wow!!! Love it! hugs :)

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  5. Fabulous tutorial Pam, thank you . Striking and gorgeous creation, lovely colours too.xx
     { aNNie}

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  6. Gorgeous card and fabulous tutorial Pam..Loz

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  7. Another of your stunning cards, love it.
    The colour and design are just wonderful.
    Patricia X

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  8. This card is so gorgeous it takes your breath away. Great tutorial too.

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  9. Hi Pam,

    Even I understood your instructions - many thanks. Really beautiful card. Don't always have time to leave a comment but I check your blog every day.

    Much love,

    Shirley T.

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  10. Gorgeous card Pan love the use of the stamp on the background.
    Diana

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  12. Wow!!! That's WINTER MAGIC!
    Hugs Silvi

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  13. Hi Pam!! This card, is very very wonderful!!! The colors is fantastic!!!
    Hugs,
    Dory xxx

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  14. Stunning Card Pam and I really really love that colour..
    Hugs Babs..x

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  15. Stunning design Pam, looks so lovely and a great tut too!
    Hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  16. Hello Pam,

    ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL. There's nothing else to say.

    Beverly

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  17. Hi Pam, Your tutorial is fantastic, thank you. I love this card, love every element on it, and how effective is the Gesso, you clever girlie.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  18. Hi Pam this is a stunning card. Thank you for the tutorial. Hugs Jackie

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  19. You knocked this one out of the ball park, Pam. X

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  20. Oh Pam, welch eine prächtige Weihnachskarte und diese Farbe... Traumschön!!!
    Bin wieder total hin und weg - WOW -
    Herzliche Grüße schickt die Eva!

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  21. Hi Pam...What a beautiful card....great design and dies....thank for the tutorial....Joolsx

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  23. Hi, Pam! I remember way-back-when you were a new blogger. Your artwork was already elegantly, lovingly gorgeous. But now, you have brought a Beauty to card making which is uniquely yours. The way you magically arrange and combine die cuts, glitter, EP, and colors is remarkable. I can usually identify your cards prior to seeing your name. Thank you for not only sharing gorgeousness with me, but having a way of revealing your loving heart in your masterpieces. It's a joy visiting your blog. As for this amazing Beauty, you have outdone yourself yet again! Love the gesso textures and sparkling glitter on the thinnest of your die cuts! The color is icy and clean. Thanks, too, for the helpful tutorial! Hugs, de

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  24. I love all your cards. and this one too!
    Elma

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  25. Love this card Pam and the ice blue effect xxxx

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  26. Hi Pam,
    another stunningly beautiful card.
    I love the fab design of this, and the wonderful poinsettias.
    The colour is so pretty, and the super effects on this card are ace.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  27. Hi Pam, fabulous card, absolutely stunning.
    Regards Liz

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  28. Gorgeous card Pam. Love the colours you've used. Thanks for the tutorial.

    Hugs.

    Karen x

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  29. Hello Pam, what a stunning card, love the dies you've used and the gorgeous frostiness. Thanks for the how to do, Kate x

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  30. Simply stunning, I love the gorgeous colours and great tutorial too. Thank you!
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  31. Oh, this is so pretty. Thank you for the tutorial.

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  32. Hi Pam, such a beautiful card, so classy

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  33. Hi Pam always love your cards but this is an absolute beauty!
    Hugs, Angela x

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  34. Another icy blue beauty. Amazing that the baby card blue was so soft looking, yet this one is just cold & brrr! Love those lush poinsettias in the top florals. They look so nice with the additional foliage tucked in. Thanks for the great tutorial as well. The way you've done this, looks so stunning with that pretty die ornament. TFS & Have a great wkend. Hugs

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  35. You knocked this out of the park. Ohhhhh, blue poinsettias??? I LOVE IT.

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  36. Absolutely gorgeous!!
    Sandy xx

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  37. Good morning Pam what a beautiful card and the colours and design are wonderful xxx

    Debs xxx

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  38. Absolutely gorgeous Pam...love your soft colours and those gorgeous poinsettias

    Anne

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  39. Stunning card and design Pam ...i love the colours and beautiful detail

    hugs Lorna xx

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  40. Stunning card and design Pam ...i love the colours and beautiful detail

    hugs Lorna xx

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  41. Beautiful card once again Pam, I love the frame, it looks like it is sitting in a window.
    Gorgeous colours!!
    hugs
    sharon :)

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  42. hello pam!
    Thanks for your last commntar.
    WoW ! incredibly
    Your tutorial helps me!

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