It’s time for the May Large Die of the Month From Spellbinders. This month I created a slimline birthday card. The Stitched Card Front die, Border die & Flower & leaf dies pierce little holes on the paper to apply stitches on your projects. All are included in the club this month.
This is a stitching themed die and stitching is not really my thing (although I did think about it)! Thank goodness I can always “faux stitch” or in this case “no stitch”! No stitching in this case looks like lace to me.
Make sure you head over to the Spellbinders site to check out this month’s Large Die of the Month and Clear Stamp of the Month. I love how all of these kits coordinate together, so you can create a variety of cards.
I am totally loving the inlaid die cutting technique these days and this die is perfect for it. There are several coordinating intricate dies that come with the set. I like the clean and simple of just the main circle with the tulips. It’s so striking.
The Happy Birthday sentiment is from the Clear stamp of the Month. I love when you find stamps that coordinate with sets that are completely unrelated.
I love how this turned out and hope you do too!! I plan to use this card for Mothers Day or for a Bridal shower card. Best Wishes can be used for a variety of occasions. (from the Make a Scene: Bold Greetings).
I used the inlaid die cutting technique for this card. It was a little time consuming but so worth it!
Hello and Happy Friday Crafty Friends! Today I am sharing a card project made with the Spellbinders Small Die of the Month Club kit for April 2021! This month is all about Stitching. I am not much of a stitcher but I am ALL FOR FAUX stitching!!!
The Stitched Thanks Die Set has 7 Cutting Dies and has the individual letters of “Thanks”. They fit the die and can be used alone!
I cut 2 of the die cut shape in black and Kraft and layered them slightly. It filled in the tiny circles and made the faux stitching easier!
NOTE: This die is too big for an A2 card. It will create a front panel for slimline cards! I am LOVING all these new slim line die from Spellbinders!
Like the other Spellbinders clubs, both of these are subscription-style clubs. You can skip months, add on other clubs, and so much more: Details of how it works HERE.