Today I am sharing a brand new launch with you from Tonic Studios with the beautiful Corner die sets,there are 5 sets in the complete collection all with 2x dies in each set a detail die and also a backing plate.
The card I am sharing with you today is the Romanesque Bracket corner die set.
Materials used :-
Corner die set-up Romanesque Bracket
Beautiful day sentiment - sew pretty
White 300gsm base card stock
Craft perfect pistachio green
Craft perfect Bright white
Craft perfect pink Blossom
Crystal drops - forest green
Tim Holtz distress- ink Spun Sugar
Wide pink organza ribbon
The card base is 8" x 8" with mat & layering, you then need to cut 4 of the backing die from the Romanesque Bracket corner set in pistachio green craft perfect and then die cut 4 of the detail die in Bright White craft perfect card stock these clue flat using Nuvo deluxe glue you then need to cut the detail out in pink craft perfect card but just use your scraps as you only need to cut the flourish bits to paper piece back into the die cut using wet glue.
The 4 corners are then added to the card base with 3D foam pads
Now cut the centre die out in craft perfect Pink Blossom and Bright White and with a blending sponge slightly distress with Tim Holtz spun Sugar which is a very pale pink distress ink then add the Have a beautiful day which is from the sew pretty range of dies and this needs to be die cut in silver Mirror craft perfect and also Pink craft perfect.
To finish the card a pink organza bow was added and a large Nuvo Crystal drop,to make the larger Crystal drop I used a piece of double sided sticky sheet the bit you throw away and placed a large drop on to the sheet and left to dry over night and then placed a little hot glue onto the reverse and stuck to the bow then finished the card by adding a few drops to the flourish detail of the die set.
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