Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Tilda with Peony Tails and a bit of a tutorial

Today, I thought I would share with you a card made with the darling Tilda with Peony Tails stamp from Magnolia, available for purchase over at the iCopic store, of course.
Supplies used:
Additional supplies:
Matting was done with my Cameo
DS Papers ~ My Mind’s Eye ~ Happy Go Lucky
Sentiment ~ Papertrey Ink
Next, it's Tuesday Tips and Tricks over at the iCopic Lovers Blog, so I thought I would share with you a few of the different methods that I use for coloring my seam binding. In the past, I would buy my seam binding already colored, but now, I just buy a large roll of white seam binding it and color as I go and now...I always have matching ribbon.
For my first method, I simply sprayed a bit of Glimmer mist along with either a spritz of water or Perfect Pearls onto a non-stick craft mat.
Smoosh (technical word) the seam binding around into this mixture, bunch up and either set aside to dry or carefully use a heat gun to dry...if you're impatient, like me. :)
The second method using Distress inks smooshed onto a non-stick craft mat and another spritz of Perfect Pearls or water.
After spritzing with Perfect Pearls
Crumple and set aside to dry.
The third method involves our beloved Copic Markers. Just scribble a couple of times on a non-stick craft mat, spritz with either a bit of colorless blender solution or a bit of alcohol.
and ...viola!
Below are the 3 different methods. Glimmer Mist, Distress Inks and Copic.
Have fun looking around your supplies to see what you have that will work too. I encourage to give it a try!
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27 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous!! Love tutorial on the seam binding ribbon too! : )

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  2. You are so talented and i love your card!
    xxxx

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  3. Very pretty card and thanks for sharing all the great tips!! :)

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  4. Oh, such an adorable card, Sherri! Your coloring is beyond fabulous and your embellishments beautifully and artistically arranged. Thanks for the tutorial on how you color seam binding...really cool! Hugs...Barb <><

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  5. Wow this is stunning!!!! Love the design and your tutorial too!!!!! way to go Fabulous!!!!!

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  6. Very pretty card! Great embellishing. Thanks for your tutorial. Glimmer mist is awesome....

    Karen

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  7. Oh, this is so sweet - love your floral arrangement. Beautiful! Thanks for the tip on smooshing.
    ~ rubber hugz ~
    Madge

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  8. Lovely tut Sheri. Your card is so pretty with lots of lovely layers. The DPs are so very yummy too :o)
    Hugs,
    Cabio

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  9. Gorgeous card Sherri. Your colorchoice is beautiful and also are the details.
    xxxSylvia

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  10. This is so pretty Sheri, I love the colour combo and design. Thank you for the great tip.
    Hugs
    Suzi x

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  11. So, where do you buy your seam binding? You didn't say.

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  12. Lovely card, Sheri, thanks for the tips. hugs, Frances.

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  13. WOW - love your card! Great Tutorial too! Thank you for sharing at Papertake Weekly and good luck with the challenge. Judy GDT x

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  14. This is just gorgeous, I love that berry colour on your seam binding, just lovely
    Hugs Julie P

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  15. Thanks for the displays on how you colored your seam binding. Isn't it fun?
    Your card is darling. You do such pretty work.

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  16. Thanks for showing me that! I need to try the ribbon dyeing with my inks, looks so easy. I love your colors and the gorgeous coloring on your card. So rich and cheery.

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  17. Very well coordinated and perfect colors!
    Caryl

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  18. Your card is so pretty.
    Blessings, Doreen

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  19. WOW! This is one georgeous project!!! Beautiful colouring, papers and details! Thank you for celebrating Spring along with us at WOC this time :)
    Hugs, Lena Katrine

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  20. Great card and a great tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing with us!!
    Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

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  21. Gorgeous card....beautiful job coloring Tilda!

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  22. Thank you so much for the tutorial! I had no idea you could use your Copics as a means of coloring the binding. Talk about always having just the right color! Now for your gorgeous card - it's adorable! Tilda is adorable. The colors are gorgeous as is the design! Love it!

    XO,
    Chris

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  23. Hello, love your fabby card,she is so pretty!!
    Great colouring and design.
    Thanks so much for the great tutorial, very helpful :)
    And thank you for joining us at Totally Tilda.
    Love, Mel. xxx

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  24. Beatiful card, Sheri. Thanks for the great tips and tricks! And thanks for playing Totally Tilda this time!
    Elizabeth xx

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  25. Stunning card, and thank you for the tips on colouring seam binding-I'm going to have to give it a go
    Thanks for joining us for this challenge at
    Totally Tilda
    Hugs, Becky x

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  26. Gorgeous sweet Tilda creation stunning design & colour combo..great tute many thanks.

    thanks for sharing with us at Totally Tilda chall hope to see you again soon.


    smiles Christine TT DT

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