Thursday, June 10, 2010

Decorative Envelope and Card Edges Video Tutorial

Today’s project was made backwards…meaning, I made the video and then decided to create a little project with the results. :)

baby shower card

baby shower card CU

The bottom edge of the card was cut and embossed. Because of a tape mishap, I thought, wouldn’t it be cute to cover up my boo boo with another matching border? :) I love happy accidents.

baby shower envelope

The other topic covered in the video is how to make a decorative edge on your envelope flap. Its a fantastic finishing touch. Imagine a bridal shower invite or a super elegant wedding invitation envelope!

Direct link to the video: DECORATIVE EDGES

Well, one more day of Borderabilities week left. Tomorrow is about the two-cut edge and a super cool card and technique!! Keep asking those questions and I hope you are being inspired! thanks so much for stopping by!

Supplies: Spellbinders Borderabilities (S4-241 Jumbo Scalloped Border Petite), Ink-Palette (Belle Rose, Paris Lights, Sunflower, Burnt Umber), Fabric Paper-American Crafts (Dear Lizzy), Cardstock and Stamps-Papertrey Ink

8 comments:

Regina Easter said...

Hi Kimberly what a cute card...have a blessed day...hugs

Anna said...

You're brilliant! I never would have been able to figure all that out! Thanks for this video :)

Anna said...

Me again! Hi! :) I just tried playing a little bit and I'm confused... If I'm using patterned paper, I put the die itself against the WRONG side? So the cutting edge is going up into the right side? I was actually using a PTI die, but they're pretty much the same and I ended up with the wrong side of the pattern looking better than the side I wanted. Maybe I'm just thinking too much? ;)

Kathy Martin said...

Darling card! Great that the envelope matches so beautifully! Thanks for the video! I just bought a Spellbinders cutter and was not doing it correctly and saw that in your video! :)

Rox-Ann said...

Love this card and what a great idea to do the envelope too! Thanks for sharing love the video!

Ida said...

Super Cute. Thanks for sharing your video's.

i {heart} papers said...

Adorable! I love boo-boos when they work out!

~jan said...

What a great tutorial! I've never seen the Spellbinders used. I think I might need some now! :)