Hi stamping friends!! Today I want to share my Spellbinder’s Kit & Caboodle Club. Oh! My! Wow! I was so excited to get this box! I literally was stalking the mailbox to get it.
This is the Value Club! You can see all the clubs HERE. Last month I joined the Large Die of the month club and LOVED it! The Large Die club sold out so fast, I decided I needed to change my subscription and join the Spellbinder’s Kit & Caboodle Club or what I call the “I WANT IT ALL” club. I am so happy I did! Check out my box reveal and the adorable cards I made in just minutes!
GOOD NEWS: The kit far EXCEEDED my expectations. BAD NEWS: the Card Kit AND the Kit & Caboodle club sold out in a week! UGH!
MORE GOOD NEWS:
You can still get most of the items in the Kit and Caboodle a la cart! See the links below.
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I am definitely getting next month- so there will be lots of inspiration!
I made 6 cards in MINUTES! Right out of the box, with NO stamping. For this post I focused on items in the kit that I could pick up and use right out of the box. Check em’ out:
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this tree die. It’s included in the kit & caboodle club and you can get through Large Die of the month club.
The pre-printed die cut elements are great! I altered these a little by adding Journey Glaze to the berries, poinsettia and candy cane.
Washi Tape for all the glitter elements!
The note cards that come in the box are not bright white and are a little flimsy for my taste. But they match the die cuts perfectly! I cut them apart and used them as layers and for die cutting so they did not get wasted. I added Stickles Glitter Glue to the icing on each piece. There are 2 preprinted die cuts of each image so you can easily make 2 of each of these cards!
The truck and the balloons have Journey glaze for some shine. Note these die cut are paper, not card stock, so you only need a super thin layer to prevent the paper from curling.
Candy dots (included in the kit) and stickles for the hats on the cute animals!
I love this puppy die cut but he was a little bit to big for the front of the card so I put him on the inside. Cute!!!
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Hello stamping friends and welcome to a new 2018 Spellbinders-FSJ Creative Team blog hop! Are you ready for CUTE! These are so stinkin’ cute! Adorable Christmas treat boxes made from the Treat box die! Lets start with the Santa Box.
This box holds treats of all kinds, small gifts and GIFT CARDS! I always love a box that can hold a gift card. Santa has lots of elves so we needed a coordinating Elf Treat box.
Decided to flip it and get creative with an upside down Elf Christmas Treat box. Added some feet with the Christmas Magic Die set. It coordinates with the Christmas Magic stamp set!
The box base is the AWESOME Treat Box die. I used the Border Basics dies for the Collars. The rest is just cut card stock. Check out the video tutorial.
Here are the Specs and the full supply list is at the end of this post.
Candy Apple Red or Limeade Splash (Green) Cardstock cut to 9 x 8 for die cutting with the Treat box die
Scrap White and Candy Apple red for the collars to die cut with the Border Basics dies
Black Licorice card stock: Belt band: .75 x 8.5 Belt center .75 x .75. Button .25 circle punch out.
Mirror Gold or Silver for the Belt Buckle 1.25 x 1.25
Hope you enjoyed the Christmas Treat Boxes! Keep hopping along and check out my other fellow teammates’ pages. They have some pretty amazing projects to share!
Time to get inky with my Gel Press and Christmas card backgrounds. I decided to play with re-inkers and some embossing folders. Here is what backgrounds look like:
Nothing that amazing to start- pretty simple too. Let’s start with the video tutorial that shows you how to make the backgrounds. Grab your gel press, some holiday colored re-inkers and someday dry embossed layers!
The end results of the gel press and Christmas card backgrounds are the best part. Creating with them is fun and sometimes challenging. I just realized I forgot to add the sentiment to this Llama card! On the inside it goes!
Another llama card with non traditional Christmas colors. Mostly because he is so cute. See his blanket? it is made from the coffee first dies. The cozy is the perfect fit!
And one more with the ADORABLE Yeti from My Favorite Things stamp company. BB Beast Friends is name of the set.
Need to see a few more Gel Press projects? This post shows 3 ways to use a print, this card shows the same embossing technique and this card are my 3 favs! Search “Gel Press” in the top right search box and you will get lots of ideas!
Hope you enjoyed todays tutorial! Here are the supplies for todays cards:
Learn how to use these cute whimsical Christmas cards made with alphabet dies. I focused on Christmas cards today but the possibilities are endless. The sizing of these dies are perfect for A2 Cards. Check out the 4 designs below!
Once I got started making these I could not stop. What an awesome font for an alphabet die. And minimal stamping too! Here is a Christmas card with non traditional colors. Love the simplicity.
Here is the Video Tutorial that shows you the products I used and how easy it is to make the wreath.
Cards made with alphabet dies are fun and versatile, because you can create almost any sentiment! This one features “Merry” and the Cozy Winter Prints paper which is one of my favs this holiday season!
And this is the “Through the Years” paper pack. It covers all the major holidays with 2 sheets of each theme.
Stay tuned for more designs that are “non holiday”. Here is an older card I made that can easily be remade with these dies!
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Time for some shopping! All the links to the products are below.
Today’s holiday card was inspired from this card that I created previously with the Zenspired Christmas Sentiments stamp set. I love how the branches and berries peek out from behind the sentiment. You can view the original post here.
This holiday card is beautiful all on its own. But when you add in the Treat Box die. OH MY WOW! It becomes a stunning gift set.
This Treat Box die is perfect for treats. It also can easily hold a gift card! YAY! I am always looking for gift card giving ideas!
You can see the Branch and Cone die, as well as the Bloom Cluster Die (for the berries) in my video tutorial here.
You can see how easy the treat box die is to use in this FSJ product spotlight video:
As soon as I saw these fun Zenspired Christmas Sentiments from Spellbinders (by Joanne Fink) I knew I had to have them! They are so easy to use on your Christmas cards. And the added bonus is that there is a sentiment for the INSIDE of your card! WIN!
You all know I am loving the Buffalo plaid this season! That’s from the FSJ Cozy Winter prints paper. Lets get to the Video Tutorial:
Happy Halloween! In honor of this fun holiday I have 3 cards to share today. A cute halloween card and 2 more fun Spellbinders Simply Said Phrases cards.
First the Part Ghosts. Love these little guys. I made the background with some pan pastels and some sparkle silk. So easy!
The letters are Journey Serif steel rule die and the ghosts are colored with some light gray copic markers.
Check out these fun cards using the Shapeabilities Simple Said Phrases from Spellbinders combined with some fun FSJ products. The merge of Spellbinders and FSJ happens tomorrow! SO EXCITING!
No stamping on this card. Just a few scorelines at the bottom to anchor the sentiment and the design.
Combined the “celebrate” with some Birthday Pop balloon stamps to make a clean and simple birthday card! Blues make it perfect for the boys in your life! Those little strips of card stock are Cool Pool, Chambray Shirt and Denim Days cut to 1/4 x 5″ .
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Love these little phrases for cards. Want to see more? Check out this post for more using this sentiment die set.
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