Hello crafty friends and thank you for joining me on Spellbinders blog! Today I am going to create a pop up card with some ornate frame dies from Special Moments collection by Marisa Job. I will only be using white and ivory cardstocks to create a very subtle variation of color plus some gold mirror
Hi, it’s Olga, today I am super excited to share 2 cards that I have created using Swirl Frame die from the latest On the Wings of Love collection by Joanne Fink. This die is perfect for creating framed cards and it can be both landscape or portrait oriented: The first card I’ve made is
Hello, there! It’s Marge here again with gorgeous New Classics March Collection. Today I’m going to share how to make patterned backgrounds using dry embossing technique. Since all the dies in Classics March Collection are nested dies, with different patterns on frames one by one in a set, they are just perfect for making interesting
Hello Spellbinders’ fans! Welcome back to our Cardmaking Inspiration series! We hope you’ve been enjoying these mini posts sharing simple cardmaking ideas and step by step instructions on how to make them! Today we have a Clean & Simple floral card created using dies from the Four Seasons collection by Lene Lok. Project created by
Hi there, it’s Olga and I am back with another 3D project tutorial. I have literally gasped when I first saw Becca Feeken’s new 3D card dies. This is the type of dies that I have been waiting for – the one that allows you to easily create a diorama or a shadow box template just
Hello, and thank you for joining me. My name is Debby Hughes, and you can find me blogging at Lime Doodle Design. I have been paper crafting for a while now, since 2006. Spellbinders dies were some of the first I bought, and so I’m delighted to be sharing this video tutorial with you today.