Today is my last Sunday as Limelight Designer for Flourishes. I had fun creating projects that would be featured on the Flourishes blog. What an honor!

You know it won’t be the last time you see me using Flourishes stamps though. I LOVE Flourishes images. They are so much fun to create with!

For my last post, I thought I would make a Magic Card and use that sample to create a video tutorial for this interactive card. We had several requests for a video tutorial for that card. For the video, I created the card slightly different then the photo tutorial. Just because I wanted to use Nestabilities and my Wizard to cut the window instead of using the Coluzzle.

For my sample I used the stamp set A Guiding Light. To see the entire card check the Flourishes blog.

Here is a video for the Visual Learner:

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

25 Responses to “Last Day as Limelight Designer”

  1. Beate, this is gorgeous! I have never tried this but MUST now. Your video was perfect!!!! Thanks for sharing!
    Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend!

  2. Such a fun card, Beate! I made one of these in a class years ago, and forgot about it – will be doing it again soon! Thanks for the inspiration – your finished project is fabulous, as always! Have a great Memorial Day!

  3. This is totally gorgeous, Beate…and I love the images and papers you’ve used!! I’ve never tried a Magic Card. Thanks for your video!! Happy Memorial Day!!

  4. Such a beautiful image and the card is crazy cool! I’ve seen these before, but have never tried it. Maybe I will after watching your video. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Happy Memorial Day to you and your family.

  5. Fabulous card Beate. I love the hidden tag. Such a wonderful masculine card. I always have such a hard time with those. You made it look effortless. 🙂

  6. I just got that stamp set in the mail this week! What fantastic inspiration. Totally awesome. It just may be my husband’s father’s day card.

  7. Wow, this is a lot of job! But the result is so great. Thanks for this tutorial again 🙂

  8. Great, wonderful and unique. How great is this…
    Hugs and smiles

  9. wowww Beate i love this card.
    And thank you for the video i like it

  10. OH MY GOODNESS!!! This is one of the coolest cards I have ever seen. What a great technique. I’m itching to try this one! I’m going to scrapbooking in a short time and maybe I’ll try making one there. I love it!!!

  11. Oh how I love to watch your tutorials Beate! They are always so informative, and always an added inspiration! Thank you for sharing…and, Happy Memorial Day to you and yours !

  12. Liebe Beate,
    ein großes Kompliment für all Deine tollen tutorials und vielen Dank für Deine Mühe Dein Können mit uns zu teilen.
    Auch diese Karte ist wieder ein besonderes Sahneschnittchen:-)
    Ich wünsche Dir eine schöne Woche,
    lG Anja

  13. Oh Beate, this was great. Thank you so much for the video. So unique. I needed more ideas for masculine cards because there are many men in my family. Hope your weekend was wonderful. ;0)

  14. thanks for the video beate! always so helpful and detailed … awesome project! 🙂

  15. Oh Wow that is just fantastic, such work went into it, so glad you did a tutorial I don’t think I could figure that one out on my own

  16. GORGEOUS GORGEOUS….LOVE this and the video too!! Hope you had a Perfect Weekend!! Hugs…

  17. so pretty! gotta go and find out what’s a magic card. =)

  18. I always have such a hard time with those. You made it look effortless.

  19. Oh wow beate, what an idea! That is such an amazing card! Beautiful ship and that sky in the colored version at the back is just beautiful. Aren’t those nesties just gorgeous!
    I also wanted to let you know that a Dutch Challenge site is using your double pocket card as a challeng! Isn’t that fun?! I am working on my card at the moment and LOVE it!
    Here is the link and where they link to your blog is right below Guest DT Didy on the word “HIER”
    Have a great day!

  20. Super card and another GREAT tutorial xx

    Looking back, you have made some really wonderful creations while I’ve been away, Beate xx

  21. Beautiful card, Beate! And thank you SO MUCH for the great tutorial. There is just nothing better than to actually be able to SEE what to do! Such a cool design!

  22. soooo fabulous! love how videos.

  23. As always, your designs and creations are always amazing and so fabulous, Beate! This magical design is no exception! Fabulous!

  24. I love the images and papers you’ve used!! I’ve never tried a Magic Card. Thanks for your video!! Happy Memorial Day!!

  25. Beate – have been wanting to do this card for years, thanks for finally motivating me!

    My favorite part is the circle punch part – that happens to me more than I’d like to admit. It kinda reminded me of watching Julia Child cook – the egg would roll off the counter and she’d just go on…

    Thanks a bunch!

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