Nestibility Wedding Gallery


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Nestibility Wedding Gallery Workshop


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Shopping List

Clear Stamp Set – Frames : CSFRAME

Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad: Walnut Stain – DPWALNUT

Spellbinders: Labels Four Nestibilities Die : WIZS4-190

Cut `n` Dry Foam : FOAMCUT

Non-Stick craft sheet: CRAFTSHELRG( Large ) – CRAFTSHELSM ( Small)

 Ribbon – Various Codes Available

White Thick Card 220gsm:P/N 40001

Perfect Medium: PERPADCL

Cosmic Shimmer Embossing Powder : Bright Gold – CSEPBRGOLD

 Double Sided Tape – Tape2S or

Wonder Tape: WH2 , WH4, WH8 or WH10

Hole Punch , Low Tack Tape & Ring Clip


Step by Step Instructions

1 Stamp 10 frames using the Tim Holtz distress ink pad onto 220gsm white card stock. Make sure to leave enough space around the frame to be able to fit the die around it.


2 Attach the die ridge side down over the stamped image and secure it in place with some low tack tape. The tape shouldn`t cover the stamped image, this will avoid tearing once it`s removed.


3 Cut out all 10 frames using this die. For an elegant gold edge ink the die before running the card through the machine to emboss the card. Then remove the die and sprinkle with the gold embossing powder and heat set the piece.


4 Then take the walnut ink pad and the cut `n`dry foam and distress the edges of the frame starting from the craft mat working over the gold edge onto the stamped frame.


5 Depending on your chose, complete this on all 10 of the frames or do 5 frames in this way and just distress the edges of the other 5.


6 Now cut out the centres of the frames using the inner line as a guide or cut one new oval out and make a template so you use the oval to cut out any photos you wish to add later.


7 Here are the completed cut out frames for the front and reverse of the project.

8 Select or print off your photos and sentiments you wish to add to the frames.


9 For the reverse, cut the sentiments using the oval template, and then distress the edges using the walnut stain ink pad and fixing the oval shapes to the frame using foam pads.


10 Take a long length of ribbon and cut a fancy end before folding it over to create a loop and the secure with an organza bow.


11 Working down the ribbon attach some double sided tape to the reverse of all the frames. Now attach the photo to the front of the ribbon and place the sentiment frame behind to build the story of in this case a wedding.


12 Continue to add the frames to the ribbon before rolling up any leftover ribbon and finishing in a bow. This will leave space for more photos to be added at a later date should you wish too.


13 Make 2 paper roses to coordinate with the design and finish the photo ribbon before hanging on a wall. This project works well for making a family tree of photos with the details of the couples in the behind frame and will give a wonderful heirloom to hand down the family.


14 For this brag book – complete the frames in exactly the same way as above but instead of attaching to ribbon punch a hole in the top left hand corner and pass a ring through to secure the frames together. Embellish with a ribbon bow & paper rose.


15 Just a close up of the ring or you could just use a piece of ribbon.



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3 Responses to Nestibility Wedding Gallery

  1. Lynne says:

    Just beautiful Suzanne as always.

  2. ambretteir8 says:

    Suzanne I just found your workshops on this site and I must say your cards are beautiful can you tell me where to buy the products that go along with the cards as I see the paper, dies, and all the rest of the products needed to make the cards are itemised with reference numbers but I dont see anywhere where it tell me where to buy the items that would match all the reference numbers.
    Thank you for your help and again just to thank you for showing us how to make beautiful cards
    Kind regards
    Anne Brett

  3. Suzanne says:

    Hi there

    The reference numbers work hand in hand with the products listed on the Creative Expression site – they are there to make it easy for customers and retailers to know what products have been used for each project – on each listing you`ll find a list of retailers that stock each product which would help you find a stockist – click here for the spelllbinder die mentioned in the post so you can see the listing

    I hope this answers your query – please shout if you need more advice
    Kind Regards

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