Friday, 18 December 2015

Fancy Edge'ables - Floral Dance (Mini Tutorial)

Happy Christmas everyone and here is wishing you all a Happy New Year too x

Well, I am pleased to say that all the new wooden floors are finally finished and we have just about got our home back together again. I now have some gorgeous new storage units from Ikea in my craft room and am busy unpacking all my staff which is slow because I keep finding things I had forgot about.

Just need to trim the house up for Christmas which is tomorrows job!

Here is a very simple card which I though could be used for a number of different occasions. I used the Die'sire floral dance edge'able die. 

Use a 6 x 6 card and place the die 1" in from the folded edge. 
Cut out a rectangle panel so that (I left 1" on the open edge)
Emboss coloured card for the inside
Decorate flowers and add ribbon

My idea is to place the greeting on the embossed area of the inside of the card so it can be also be viewed from the outside (hope that makes sense)

Thank you for popping over x

Items used to make this card:
Die’Sire Floral Dance Edge’ables 
Centura Pearl 
Distress Collection Card 
Textures Embossing Folder Basket Weave 
Collall Tacky Glue 


  1. Great use of dies Angela - beautiful card. Can't wait to see what your newly furnished craft room looks like. Lucky you! Shabneez xxx

  2. What a delightful creation :-)

    Happy Christmas to you too xx

  3. What another lovely card - must be nice to get the house back in order!

  4. really pretty card, do like the affect of that die

  5. Hi this is a stunning card I love the die you have used. Hugs Jackie

  6. Gorgeous card...such a pretty design....I had wooden floors put downstairs in my house when I moved here 9 years thing ever! jOOLSX

  7. wow super card angela ... just hopping over from do craft thank you for starting the hop ... happy crafting and love sandy xx

  8. This is absolutely fabulous Angela I love that Edge’ables die, its now on my wishlist for 2016 so versatile, I love what you've done with it and the colours are so delicate :) Debs x