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Spellbinders | Past Clubs Promo

Hi guys, do you know Spellbinders is having a massive sale on past club kits. Here’s the full scoop:

Save up to 40% off select past club kits www.spellbinderspaperarts.com.  Click Here to view eligible items. Club members must Log In to view club member discounts. Orders are processed in the order that they are received. If you purchase an item that is out of stock, the item(s) will be removed from your order and you will not be charged for that item(s). Offer is for individual consumer use only; not for distribution; excludes clearance items, tax, & shipping. Not valid on any previous web, phone or retail purchases; cannot be redeemed for cash; cannot be combined with any other offer; void where prohibited; limited to stock on hand. Offer only available 10-15-19 to 10-20-19 at 11:59 PST.

For several months now I have been sharing projects with these gorgeous kits and there are several that have become popular on Instagram. Don’t forget to check them out and I’d love it if you’d follow me there so we can hang out together at least virtually :)

Let’s move on to today’s projects now, shall we? Today I made 3 cards using the past club kit from Pop Up Garden – Large Die of the Month Club for March 2019. This kit comes with dies that let you create an interactive popup feature on the inside, but I realized there were several examples of that already on Social Media including on Spellbinders’ You Tube channel. I’d encourage you to check it out. Today I decided to just use the floral dies in this kit to create normal cards.

For my first one, I used a pre-made card base that has a shiny metallic silver surface front + back and is blank white on the inside. To add some interest, I used the Diamond Netting embossing folder and embossed the front. For the focal point, I made a purple frame that says ‘from me to you’, layered it on the outline of white cardstock and used it like a flower box.

For the second one, I did something similar and embossed the front with Love Stripes embossing folder. This time instead of the die cut frame with words, I used only the outline. I stamped on it with matching ink and added flowers on top.

For the last one, I used same steps, but went with Layered Scallops embossing folder. For the sentiment I used a fussy cut banner that I foiled using Champagne foil color.

As a final touch, I added several Nuvo drops and sequins in matching colors. That’s it. Hope you liked these ideas. Do give them a try and go grab a few kits while stock lasts.

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For your convenience, I am sharing links to the supplies I’ve used or the ones you can use for making similar cards – click on the picture or link to go directly to the product. Wherever available, I have used affiliate links, which means when you make a purchase, I receive a small commission (at no extra cost to you) which I use to run this blog. I truly appreciate your support!


Thanks for dropping by,
~Varada

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