Friday, June 28, 2019

Thanks!





Happy Friday!  I have another card to share today showcasing the June dies from Spellbinders Small Die of the Month!  


I am playing along with Simon Says Wednesday Challenge and The Paper Craft Crew. 
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There are only a few more days left to get the June Kaleidoscope Collection!

Here is some information about
This month's collection contains 10 dies.  Each die has three layering pieces with one having four layered pieces. You can choose to use one, two, three, or all four layered together.  The results are gorgeous.  This kaleidoscope collection makes for some quick and easy cards or elaborately designed cards. You choose!


For today's card, I chose to use the longer four layered piecesInstead of making each layer a different color, I chose to layer four pieces of the same color.  I combined enchanted evening card stock and gold foil card stock for the card elements. The Spellbinder's Tool 'n One or Tool 'n One 16 Piece DIY Kit make playing with paper even more fun! All of the tiny pieces just brush out easily. 


I started with a piece of select white card stock.  Before I arranged the pieces, I added some texture by using a scoring board and scored two lines on all four sides to create a frame effect. I added this panel to a top folding enchanted evening card stock base using foam tape  I added the layered die arrangement.  I backed each piece with some foam squares to pop up on the select white card stock panel.  These colors are giving me some nautical vibes!


  The sentiment I used comes from SSS Leafy Frames stamp set. I stamped the sentiment using enchanted evening ink using my MISTI for perfect placement.  I finished this card with a few gold pearls added to the centers of each tone on tone layered die.

If you are interested, Spellbinders has many Club Kits!
Check these out. 
Small Die of the Month
Large Die of the Month
Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month
Card Kit of the Month
Glimmer Hot Foil Kit of the Month
Stamp of the Month 
There are ways to combine the clubs you want, too!  

For your convenience, here is a list of many of the products I generally use every time I make a card.

foam tape (huge roll)

As always thanks so much for stopping by!



2 comments

  1. What a fantastic way to use those great dies! I love how much white space your card has, yet the design is very intricate. Thank you for joining the Paper Craft Crew!

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  2. Wow...love your fabulous card, those dies look like so much fun to play with.

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