Hello, there! It’s Marge here with you today again. Have you enjoyed my previous posts for Spellbinders New Classics March Collection? As the third theme for this week, I’m going to share how to use die cut layering to create dimensions on your card. Here are the examples that I made geometric blossoms using various
Hi there, it’s Kaja from Kajcyika crafts here with you today and I am back at Spellbinders blog as a guest designer for this week. As I’ve already mentioned in the first project I shared this week, I am using dies from a brand new Classics March release on all of the cards I share
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
Hi there! This is Laurie Schmidlin from Just Give Me Stamps and I’m excited to be guest posting here! I’m always amazed at how much just tweaking the colors of a project can completely alter the look. Today I will be sharing two cards with you, both the same in design but in different colors.
Hi everyone, Alli Roth here from Partyography! My oldest niece is turning five next month and since she’s obsessed with coming over to craft with my Spellbinders products, I thought it’s only fitting that I make her birthday card using some of her favorite etched dies. With the release of Happy Grams #4 by Tammy