how to make a stained glass door embellishment with Spellbinders Edwardian door die cut and foil do it yourself

Just got a Sizzix big shot and went crazy with die cuts and embossing folders.  Here is one of my favorite Spellbinders Edwardian door die cut.  I made these stained glass doors embellishments from it to use in my mini journals, scrapbooks and greeting cards.  I thought I would do a tutorial on how to make one

First I cut the door with the Sizzix and the Spellbinder die. door cover

staindoor tut 8 then I pushed out the holes in the card stock.  Next I made the material for the stained glass insert.  I used alcohol inks, spray air and foil and wax paper.  I dropped the ink on the foil and sprayed with the air can to make different designs.  I did the say with the waxed paper.  The foil insert is shinier than the wax paper insert;  I use them both depending on what effect I want to get in my project.staindoor tut 7staindoor tut 6  I cut a sample of the size I needed to fit the colored insert onto the back of the door.staindoor tut 4  and then glued it with glossy accents ( you can use any liquid glue that you like).staindoor tut 2  When it is dried I decorate the door with paint and./or other embellishments.staindoor tut 1Here are some examples of how I used them;xmasdoor 5 xmasdoor coverHope this helps.

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