Today’s new tutorial on Splitcoast is written by Christine Okken. She shows us how to create a gorgeous box with Grand Label 4 Nestabilities dies.

For the “From the Archives” tutorial of the newsletter I picked the Ghosting technique. I created the original tutorial back in 2006. It needed a makeover bad! I started out by cutting a piece of Glossy Cardstock with the second largest of the Label 1 Nestabilities dies. Putting the die back over the cardstock, I stamped the script background panel from Unity’s Store Kit Naturally You in Versamark all over my label. After the ink dried (hit it with a heat gun), I sponged Faded Jeans Distress ink over the panel.

A flower from Moments in Bloom was stamped in the center of the label with Jet Black Archival Ink.

A piece of black cardstock was cut and embossed with the largest of the http://shrsl.com/?~18ub and the image label was adhered to that. A piece of Solar White Neenah cardstock was cut and embossed with one of the Fleur De Lis Accent dies and sponged with Faded Jeans Distress ink. A sentiment from Moments in Bloom was stamped in it’s center with Jet Black Archival ink.

A strip of 1 1/4″ x 5″ piece of The Girls Paperie Kitch Paper was adhered to a 2 1/4″ x 5″ strip from the same paper line. Both were adhered to a 5″ square of the same paper line and stitched to a 1/4″ bigger piece of black cardstock. Gold Organdy Ribbon was tied around the layers. The bow was topped with a Recollection rhinestone brad. The layers were adhered to a 5 1/2″ x 11″ piece of of Neenah Solar White cardstock, that had been folded in half.

Silver Rhinestones and a darling little butterfly from Want2Scrap finish off the card.

Here is a video for the visual learner:
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Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles

P.S.: I got my sewing machine back. It was so worth to get it serviced. It purrs like a kitten again and sews like a new machine! My stamp room is now complete!

 

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

21 Responses to “Video tutorial on SCS – Ghosting”

  1. Beautiful card, Beate! Thanks again for always sharing your creation process with us. I would have bet that the flower image was black heat embossed! Wow, what a pretty card!!! Hugs….and blessings!

  2. Absolutely beautiful. Such a perfect technique for this image! TFS the tutorial.

  3. This video was so cool Beate! I just love the card and all of the elements you used on it. Those Spellbinder dies are awesome! Thanks for Sharing!!

  4. oops! I meant to comment on your watermelon card below…I swear your coloring is so perfect, I had to get right up to the screen to see if it wasn’t a postcard! Perfectly beautiful!!!

  5. Stunning, really.

  6. Beautiful! Love that stamped panel!

  7. Very pretty Beate. I just adore how you can combine dies to make a wonderful card.

  8. How striking!! Just beautiful!

  9. LOVE IT! I am going to try this for sure. I don’t have any glossy CS yet though. Need to put that on my list. :)
    Hugs~

  10. very neat technique. will have to try this. gorgeous card!

  11. lovely, thanks for sharing!
    Sandra ltb

  12. I always love to visit and try out all the techniques you share. Can’t wait to try this one! Your card is gorgeous!

  13. Gorgeous, Beate! Looks like your flower is popping off the card! Can’t recall the last time I used any glossy cardstock….fun!!

  14. Pretty! Thanks for reminding us of this technique!

  15. This is so pretty, I have to make another sympathy card and I think I will use this technique, thanks for the inspiration!

  16. Oh I just adore your quick to the point videos! Love this technique too!

  17. Thank you for another wonderful tutorial, Beate. And for giving us so much information about the products you used. I love the floral stamp and all the gorgeous embellishments! x

  18. OMG Beate was für eine wundervolle Karte, ein Gedicht, wahnsinnig schön *schwärm*

    Begeisterte Grüße
    von Anke

  19. The blue on this is STUNNING, and I LOVE the butterfly!

  20. Beate: I love this technique! you do the best tutorials! Thank you!

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