Sunday, March 18, 2012

Spellbinders Cut Fold Tuck & Parisian Accents

My Card Created with Spellbinders Cut Fold Tuck Round About Dies



















Parisian Accents were used for all white pieces

WATCH MY VIDEO HERE for Complete Instructions.....
Leave me a comment for your chance to win a 
random NEW Set of Cut Fold Tuck Dies!
Drawing to be held on March 25th!

THE WINNER IS BARBARA BRYANT!
Please contact me to claim 
your Cut, Fold, Tuck Dies!
CONGRATULATIONS & THANKS TO EVERYONE
who watched my video, viewed my card and left me comments!

47 comments:

Caryn S said...

I love these Parisian accents, they are a recent acquisition for me and I have been using them like crazy! The cut fold and tuck dies are just great and I'm so glad Spellbinders came out with them! The was you assembled this card is just lovely, it shows off the die cuts really well.

Melissa Craig said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!! I love the intricate look this gives, yet the dies make it so easy to do. Beautiful card, thank you so much for sharing.

Jann said...

Awesome cardfront. The dies and the intricate patterns are there and you make it look so easy. I espeically lov the purple and green combinations (they said it would never go).

Now to save my pennies to get that one too.

Elaine said...

not too many doily type dies I like but I sure would like to win a set of these. Thank you for the great video.
elaine e

Jackie Hall said...

Beautiful card Cindy. Love that Parisian Accents set of cut fold and tuck. Really nice. Can't wait to find all the dies on your site. Just when you think Spellbinders can 't get any better.......WOW! Lovely card and can't wait to try these myself.

Sharon said...

Cindy thank you for always making things look so easy for for the tips you provide to make it even easier! I tried that waxed paper trick and it sure does make the paper slip out so much better!

grandmabonnie said...

Oh wow, that is such a fun way to do construction..i like "clever" techniques. :)

Robin said...

Love tyhe card, and the video was great. I can't wait to get mine. Thanks.

Gumbie24 said...

WOW, you are so flu of Ideas! No wonder you don't sleep at night! Love the new dies and love the card! So just something else I am going to have to save my money for! Yeah, I am going to get right on that, where is that Lottery ticket again???? Why oh why MUST you e such an ENABLER?? hahaha I know, because you love to tease us so much. Hugs.... Thanks again for such a great card!

Moshie said...

WOW I have never seen anything like these days and am quite taken with them! Beautiful creation you made! So inspiring. Thanks for sharing this link so I can view how to use them! Too cool! hugs

Anonymous said...

very cool card. It helped it was also made in my favorite color purple. I loved the corners that you slid on the corners of the card what a neat idea. Thanks for sharing.
Nancy Cardin
ncardin@triad.rr.com

Cathy F said...

Cindy, you are a genius when creating I can not wait until I get my products. Thanks so much for a chance to win.

Mary said...

Wow! One video and I got at least 3-4 great tips for using my Parisian accents dies in a way I had never thought of before! Thanks so much for the inspiration Cindy!

Laraine R said...

Gorgeous card! Great video! With great tips! I would so love to win one of these dies! Wednesday is our anniversary and that would be a blessing to win! Thanks for the chance!

Christi said...

WOW1 Another beautiful card. I never would have thought of the tuck method or the linking method for the Paressian Accents. So cool. Thanks for the new techniques.

Kathy said...

Wow this is awesome, I didn't know the dies interlocked like that, and I have one of the cut, fold, and tuck dies I got from stampping scrapping, I am going to go play with them now.Thank you so much for the video!!!

Susan said...

Cindy this is FABULOUS!! What a great video! I see one of these in my future!! Thanks so much for taking the time to do the video....make things look so easy. And maybe I'll get lucky and win one of these cool dies!
Thank you so much.
Sue Brailey

Aletha J. Williams said...

Beautiful Cindy! I am so glad I watched this. You have given me some more ideas.

In Oklahoma we say things real fast just three times. LOL!

Colorado Crafter said...

Cindy, I love your card!! It reminds me just a bit of a card I made last fall. I like making larger cards. Mine was a full 8.5" x 5.5". It gives one a lot of room to use those beautiful Spellbinders dies! Thanks so much for the chance to win some new dies. I haven't been able to purchase any of the newest Spellbinders yet. It would be such a treat to win one!

cathylynn said...

Well Cindy I have to say that....YOU made a fantastic video demonstrating those fabulous dies!
I never gave a thought to inter lock the dies. Oh you are just tooo clever!! Your card turned out to be gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your creativity with us!
Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

Lim said...

Loooove your card and video. Thank you so much for the inspiration. I love both dies they are so cool. Parisian accents is right in my wish list. Love it!
Hugs,
LIM

Sandra said...

lovely Cindy - thanks for the chance to win won of these fun dies . it sure beats manually cutting the folds, like I used to do!
Sandra ltb

Vickie Kertz said...

Oh my, this is to die for. Great card. I always am drawn to dies, but this is a must have.

Barb F said...

These dies are fabulous!!! Who would have known how cool they could be? They are pretty as is, but after watching this, my mind is racing!!! Thanks!!

Tracie said...

Great card and inspirational tips Cindy !!!! Thanks for sharing.

Moosisk said...

Awesome card and video, Cindy! I do hope you try to find some time to get outside and enjoy our lovely Michigan weather!!! Thanks for a chance to win a wonderful prize, too. :D

Linda said...

Cindy, these are absolutely amazing. how pretty and delicate the cut outs are and so many different ways to use them. Your card is beautiful.

Stampingbug said...

Love the card! I am so inspired! Can't wait to try this. Thanks for sharing.

Debby said...

You never fail to amaze me with your creativity. I love how you stacked the cut, fold and tuck ontop of the other cutout and especially how you incorporated the side elements.....really nice, as usual....Happy Trails

Karen said...

Love your card. Great idea about the interlocking pieces and tucking corners, I never would have thought of that.

brenbramo said...

Those are so cool! My mind is going crazy on what you could do with those. Wow, too cool. Thanks for showing us those and I will have to add those to my wish list. Cool, tool!

Kathy Billings said...

Cindy...I've been meaning to buy the Parisian Accents and now of course I want the cut and fold dies. Your card is awesome and you made it look so easy. I hope I win. :)

Debbie said...

Cindy, thanks for the great tut. You show creativity is both fun and easy. Thanks for being a great inspiration to a beginning card maker.

מיכל said...

Hi Cindy,
Thanks for the wonderful video. I find I always learn more from Video VS. text. The card is beautiful and from watching the video seems to be simple to create, and that's what I like about it. Elegant result in a simple process.
Thanks for all your tips: wax paper, combine elements and corners...
Thanks for the chance to win the new dies.

Michal Marcus

Michele from MS said...

Hi Cindy! Thank you so much for the video on cut, fold tuck dies! I have heard of them but really had not idea what they were! Such a beautiful and unique technique ~ would love to try it! ((hugs)) msmith38652@gmail.com
http://michelescraftroom.blogspot.com/

cathy said...

Beautiful card. Thanks for showing us how the dies work and for the chance to win.

Lorianna said...

These are AWESOME!!!
Thanks so much for the chance to get a set of these!
Thanks for sharing your talents with us!!
HUGS
Lorianna

Janjake said...

So lovely and elegant. Thank you for the vid.

Jeri said...

I love this card. I need these dies now!!

Jeri Dentel

Lara Hanson said...

Great video and card. The card is very pretty

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card! Thank you for the great how to video!
Peggy E

Deb said...

A beautiful card and a great video. You have so much talent and are an inspiration to us! Keep up the wonderful work!

Judy said...

I loved your video! This card is beautiful and what a fun technique. Thanks for a chance to win some fun dies! Judy

Cyndee Scholet said...

I like how you combined the Parisian bordfer dies and then used the two colors of ribbon. Very clever!

Barbara Bryant said...

Cindy these dies are gorgious and Ill have to get this. Your tutorial are very education and love it when you put a new one out.

Peggy said...

Your card is beautiful just like always. I defiantly want a tuck and fold die just haven't figured out which one/s I want. I only have a couple spellbinders and can see getting more to add to my collection. Thank you for wonderful video.
Peggy B

Phyllis Tichi said...

Love your card creator dies. Thanks for a chance to win some goodies