{11.4.11} Assemble This! video

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Hello my fabulous Unity peeps.  So excited to share some of my favorite Unity stamps with you today and an Assebmle This! video tutorial.

This cutout card is really easy to create.  All you need is some cardstock and your favorite die cut machine and dies.  For this one, I am using the Ornate Artisan Tags and Accents die set from Spellbinders and the matching Unity Ornate Artisan Stackers.

They are so pretty!  Even though I have a really clean and simple style, this ornate set is one of my TOP faves.  Just goes to show it doesn’t hurt to try something you are not used too.  You might fall in love too.  I’m also using the Generations set for the great accents.

This tutorial is in two parts.
For part one, I go through the steps need to create the cutout card and the belly band.

For part two, I show step by step how I finished decorating the card.

I hope you enjoy the videos.  I would love for you to subscribe to my YouTube Channel.  If you have any suggestions for future videos I would LOVE to hear them too.

Thanks for stopping by and remember to head back to the Unity blog to visit the rest of the Friends with Flair.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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39 thoughts on “{11.4.11} Assemble This! video

  1. Awesome card, Lisa!! And great video, thanks for the instructions and love to see how you put together the card. Love this!! {{hugs}}

  2. This card is FABULOUS!!! I love, love, love that set you used!!! Tacking another item to my wish list 😉 I have to wait to watch your videos…I am at work and have to have the volume down. I cannot wait to see it while I am having hot cocoa this evening 🙂 Thank you for the wonderful inspiration…as always 🙂

  3. Love how you are able to take something ornate and still make it look CAS and totally you. This really rocks and thanks for the video!

  4. This card is so utterly amazing, Lisa! I just watched the videos–I’m not sure I could figure out the windows with the panels, so I’m glad you showed how to do it. I really like the colors you went with, too.

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