Spellbinders Educator #13 - A2 Waves Border Dies

Welcome. Today we are having a look at another Spellbinders Educator class, and two very different cards at that.

Spellbinders Educator Class # 13
WHEN: Wednesday. May 30th
TIME: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
COST: $42.00 plus GST (includes $25 die)
Contact Stacey to register at sbebc2011@gmail.com  or  778-533-4290

A blast from the past with past class dies and two totally different cards created in this class. The die for this class is the A2 Waves Border die set (S4-788). We are going have some fun getting our fingers dirty as we blend ink colours together. For those of you that took the Four Seasons Spellbinders class, we will also be using the tree die for this card. With the Wave Border dies we will create three layers of waves with ink blended card stock to create the sunset waves scene.

For our second card we will be using another past die, Graceful Fans (S4-703) and also use a new die, Petite Double Bow & Flowers (S3-314). It is a die that is available for you to order if you would like one - cost is $20.95. For class the Petitie Double Bow pieces will be die cut for you. 
If you do not have the extra dies used in this class, there will be ones there for you to use.
PLEASE BRING TO CLASS: your Platinum/or other die cutting machine, die cutting plates and rubber emboss pad, with blue plate (for the Platinum), Four Seasons Tree (S4-840) die, Graceful Fans (S4-703) die, All-in-one tool or piercing tool, non-stick craft mat, ink blending tools, white 3D foam tape, white pop ups; Ink pads Distress - Cracked Pistachio, Mermaid Lagoon, Blueprint Sketch or like colours; Oxide - Wild Honey, Worn Lipstick, Salty Ocean, or like colours; Liquid glue, and double sided adhesive tape.

A closer look reveals the there wave layers and the coral created for the Four Seasons Tree.

You can add a sentiment where ever you wish to. Below is a side view revealing the layering.

This second card the focus is on another past die, the Graceful Fans, and the new Petite Double Bow and Flowers die.

I love using bow dies with double sided paper because you get the sneak peek of the underside colouring.

Here is a closer look at the cute double bow.

The side view shows how everything is layered and popped up.

Hope to see you in class!

So this post brings us to the end of May for classes that are scheduled. You will not see too many post over the next two to three weeks as I will be visiting my eldest son in Phoenix! Excited to see him and his family, but not so excited about the hot weather they are already having. I will try to have a couple of posts prescheduled for you on some other creative works.

Happy creating! And Happy Easter, too!

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