Hello Spellbinders’ fans and welcome back for another episode from our brand new Quick Technique series! Quick Technique is all about sharing simple projects using our products and showcasing fun and fresh techniques! We hope you’ll love this new installment on our blog and will give some (or possibly all?) of these techniques a try!
It’s so much fun to give home made Christmas presents and if you’re on my list this year, you might be getting a shadow box! They are so much fun to make. Here’s how: 1. Take a small sturdy box and cover with the paper of your choice. You will want to choose a die
Can I tell you something about me? I hate the Christmas rush. I hate it so much I refuse to get caught up in it. But I am fanatic about a joy-filled, meaningful celebration, so I start early! Making and wrapping my gifts a tiny bit at a time. Using two of my etched dies
Hello everyone! This is Yana Smakula and thank you for joining me! This blog post and video is a part of a monthly feature I’m hosting on Spellbinders blog and Youtube channel called “Layered Dimensional Die Cutting”. I hope you’ve enjoyed the first two episode, in case you missed them you can find them here
Sooo…I went a little bit overboard with Christmas cards. Ironically I am a super Chistmas card slacker either not sending or sending out “New Years” cards (aka late Christmas cards). BUT I find myself with 11 super fun and pretty handmade cards with three gift tags. It’s only August! So I’ll be sending out 11
“I wish I could make beautiful cards like you do,” I often hear. Sometimes our non-crafting friends think it’s impossibly hard. Why not invite them over for a Christmas card making party to learn how easy it can be? And starting in summer when life is more relaxed makes it so much fun. I kept