Archive for the tag 'Spellbinders'

Jan 22 2018

You are Loved Beyond Measure – by Holly McMillen

We are sharing a very elegant card today created by Holly. She is using our NEW Farmhouse Signage Series of stamps and dies.  Her card is very formal in white and mirror gold with a beautiful vellum bow. Words just can not describe, so take a look: Isn’t this just amazing! This is another of […]

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Jan 20 2018

Nautical Hearts – by Deb Felts

We are sharing a fun card today created by Deb Felts. This card could be used as a Valentine or an “anytime” card. The red dotted hearts sit atop some fun beachy themed paper, adding some much wished for summery cheer to our cold and wintry weather. This card just makes me happy! Take a […]

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Jan 17 2018

The Lord is My Shepherd – by Deb Saaranen

Today Deb shares a truly beautiful feminine sympathy card. She used Psalm 23 on the card front. I find this large and beautifully scripted sentiment always makes for the most beautiful and comforting sympathy cards whether this verse from Scripture is used on the card front or on the card inside. Deb also used our […]

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Jan 16 2018

I Love You Most of All – by Sheri Holt

Sheri used a super gorgeous paper collection today to make her lovely Valentine. It’s a no stamp creation, making it super quick and easy, but with no lack of attention to detail. It is just stunning! Take a look: Isn’t this just so very GORGEOUS!!! I love these type of cards – quick and easy […]

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Jan 15 2018

Happy Valentine’s Day – by Holly McMillen

Holly shares a striking Valentine today in black and gold. It is very classy with the gold foil elements and beautiful heart. She used a Kaisercraft paper collection with gorgeous pink and burgundy colors, but the darker neutrals that Holly selected here show us how a Valentine need not be in the typical colors. Take […]

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Jan 14 2018

Fancy Tulip – by Darsie Bruno

Good Sunday morning, everyone! Today Darsie created a fancier style card in black and kraft using our Get Well Tulip stamp and die set. And even though the card is “fancy”, it’s a relatively easy make. The background was created with a stencil and ink and the shaped borders are simply die cut. Just a […]

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Jan 11 2018

A Little Bit of Coffee and a Whole Lot of Jesus – by Deb Felts

Today Deb shares a coffee themed card with special meaning to her. The “cracks” in the background are intentional. Be sure to click in and read her post for the full meaning behind her card. It’s an interesting read! But first take a look at the card: The front of the card actually holds a […]

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Jan 09 2018

Hello – by Sheri Holt

(Looking for Valentine Ribbon?) What a cheery hello today from Sheri. She created a flat for mailing card using minimal supplies. She used a lovely stamp set from Altenew and a beautiful Spellbinders die (one of our latest FAV’s). It is absolutely gorgeous! Take a look: Sheri colored her flowers with Copics. I LOVE that […]

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Jan 08 2018

A Hug in a Cup – by Holly McMillen

Good Monday morning! We start this new week off with a hug in a cup from Holly. I am patiently waiting for my first hug in a cup to finish perking right now. Let’s take a look at Holly’s pretty creation: I love the fun twist of using snowflakes for the steam coming out of […]

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Jan 07 2018

Easter Bridge Card – by Darsie Bruno

(Find the Seasons Giving Blog Hop WINNERS here) Today Darsie shares a very unique card. It is a bridge fold card (new to me, tutorial linked) and she added a bit of a surprise element by adding a tea light to her completed card. It is truly an AMAZING project. Take a look: Yes, jaw-droppingly […]

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