With the 4th of July about two weeks away, I thought I might inspire you to start a little early by sharing my three piece ensemble. Grabbing my Contour™ Steel Rule Dies, I created a banner, matchbox party favor and utensil holder to make my set. I’ll break down instructions for each piece so
With summer just around the corner and the Spellbinders blog theme being “Tropical”, I thought it would be fun to tie in my prior collection, “Wild & Free” in with my current collection, “Market Fresh” and make a cute flip-flop banner. This home décor piece can be used as party décor or as an accent
Hello everyone! Donna Salazar here with another video tutorial for you. California is having the most gorgeous Spring weather and, to me, Spring means FLOWERS! So I thought “Why not bring the flowers inside and make them useful at the same time?” So I created these cute and functional Fridge Flowers that have magnets on
Hello, fellow makers! I’m thrilled to be sharing this fun and easy aloha sign as a guest maker on the Spellbinder’s blog today! I love this little Pineapple Contour Steel Rule Die and knew I just had to make something cute for our front door with it, so I came up with the following design.
Have you tried our Contour™ Steel Rule Dies? These dies are amazing in cutting not only paper but layers of paper and heavy materials such as felt, leather, chipboard and more! Yana Smakula shows you how to use SR-020 This Time Around Contour™ Steel Rule Die. She will not only demonstrate how to die-cut and
Hello Friends! Today I have these tea light boxes to share with you created with Tea Light Box Etched Dies set from my Celebrate the Day Collection by Marisa Job. You can use these tea light boxes to decorate any table, they are the perfect size for a battery-operated tea light. Instructions: 1. Die cut