Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Isasart Marianne D's dies tutorial

Today I wanted to share another amazing tutorial made by Isasart using the Marianne D's dies. If you thought that those dies were for the "cute world" only, think again...
I hope you will enjoy this vintage version.
Let us know in a comment below.
See you soon,

Isabelle started by cutting a tag with the Tim Holtz die. She then die-cut the Marianne D's creatable flowers and glued them onto the tag and inked it.

She then added more Marianne D's die-cuts (the pigeon) and inked with the Distress

For the bird, she added some metallic rub-ons, and shadowed with Copic Markers
She then added details with the Ranger white pen.

Now, did you see that lovely flower she has made on the tag? 

Here's how she did it...

She cut some flowers with the Marianne D's ribbon flower dies and inked them with Distress inks

She then shaped the flowers using an embossing tool

She then folded one of the flower for the centre

and gradually make her flower


  1. A great tutorial and what a fantastic flower. I have this die so just can't wait to give it a go! Many thanks Isabelle!

  2. Wonderful tutorial.....and what a great tag.

  3. Fab tutorial, its great to see such a different look using those dies
    Claire xx

  4. fab tutorial, lovely vintage tag

  5. Amazing !!!
    That flower is fab, love the vintage look.


  6. Wow! amazing flower. How fab!

  7. Thank you thank you ! :-)

  8. I love this tag - thanks for showing all the 'how-to's'

  9. Absolutely Gorgeous tag,thanks for showing

  10. Your site never ceases to amaze me. I love the inspiration. This tutorial is truly awesome. I love the way the flowers are glued on to give dimension, the bird, and then the flower is something I just have to get. Those little cuts on the edge just makes it outstanding!!! I am SO GLAD I discovered your site!!!!


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