This months die is called Spring Together with Lever Pull and has everything you need to make the interactive cards. And you can make stamped images move too… you are not just limited to the cute die critters! Here is the video from Spellbinders that shows you how to make the card. Definitely is a multi step process, but after you make the card its so easy!
I did not have any brads in my stamping stash. zero. no mini, no regular. none. I can not even remember the last time I used a brad. So I had to improvise! With thread! (Don’t mind the mistake of where I glued in the tabs in the wrong spot)
I have 4 cards to share today using dies from this collection. This series of dies creates an interactive card with a slider window that opens to a layered scene (see below). I’m using using the dies a little differently today.
And here is another. It’s hard to see in the picture, the sentiment is up on foam squares and has a great 3-d effect. Get out your 6×6 papers- this is a simple design, easy to replicate, with a striking bold sentiment!
Seriously this February Large Die set is so much fun. Today it’s fast, fun and amazing slimline cards that go together in just minutes! NOTE:There are some retired items used on these cards but I linked similar items you can buy today if you need them.
Now for the cards: we all know someone who is turning 29….again.
The background of this card uses the cement wall stencil and Speckled Egg distress oxide ink. Sad news alert: this stencil is retired, BUT this circle bliss stencil is a great alternative. Spellbinders has quite a few fun stencil options!
Here is non-birthday card using the same stencil:
The Tiny Alphabet, that coordinates perfectly is from an older small die of the month called Sitting Pretty –and its still available!!!
Get out your masculine papers because now we have balloons!
Cloud Stencil is HERE. The balloon die I used on this card is retired, but you can find a similar one HERE.
Welcome to another Blog Hop with Spellbinders. We are sharing February Clubs Blog Hop Project Inspiration! Hopefully you have hopped with us before! It is so much fun to celebrate some of my favorite clubs!
I wanted to create a simple, no sentiment note card with the ability to write any message. Note cards make great gifts with a set of 4 or 6 of these. If needed, I can always add a sentiment later.
Change the color of the colored flowers and the yellow layer and the card will look completely different. Pink, Purples, shades of blue. So many options!
This month the Small die is called “Trefoil Tile & Panel Card Creator” I love how easy it is to make a beautiful card with awesome dies.
To celebrate this release, Spellbinders is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments on the Spellbinder’s blog. Giveaway closes on Sunday, February 14t, 11:59 pm MST. The winner will be announced in the blog hop post the following Tuesday. The winner is responsible for shipping cost, duties and taxes.
(Please note, store credit (gift certificate) cannot be applied to Club Subscriptions. Store credit can be applied to shop past Club products, Club extras and regular releases.)
HOP ALONG! NOW IT’S TIME TO HOP: You should have arrived here from Laurie Willison And next Up is Marie Heiderscheit We’ve got lots of inspiration waiting for you created by fabulous card makers. Be sure to visit each one of their blogs and leave them some love with comments!!
Stamp Simply released a Stick Family stamp set a few months back. I am so excited to see the new release of accessories and more! Shopping with a messy bun and coffee! You bet! Here is a simple gift card holder for all your shopping friends.
The pocket for gift card measures 4 x 1.7. I attached it with foam squares. I 100% fussy cut shopping girl and her accessories.
You may remember- these little figures are bald in the stamp set. You have to add your own hair. Messy bun for my girl today! Now Stamp simply has hairstyle tip sheet for practice– with with hair ideas! It comes with your set and you can email and request it too. Details are on the Stamp Simply blog.