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Spellbinders March 2018 Monthly Card Kit

Hi everyone :)

I am so excited to have received my first Spellbinders Monthly Card Club Kit. This kit is so full of fun and beautiful product that I wanted to share this unboxing with you so you can hurry on over to Spellbinders and get one. Supplies are limited and the kit is only available during the month of March.

The best part is that everything you need to create cards except for a paper trimmer and a die cutting machine are included in the kit. The dies included in the kit are small enough to fit in a Spellbinders Prizm so this allows to have projects to work on while out of town with a minimum of packing. This is something I am always looking for.

Check out the video here......

.....and then after the supplies list there are 10 cards with recipes to inspire your creating.

 
Supplies:

Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
Shop at:
SB | SSS
Tim Holtz 8.5 Paper Trimmer
Tim Holtz 8.5 Paper Trimmer
Shop at:
EH | SB | SSS
Spellbinders Platinum 6
Spellbinders Platinum 6
Shop at:
SB | SPEL | SSS
Tombow Dots Tape Runner
Tombow Dots Tape Runner
Shop at:
SSS
Spellbinders Prizm
Spellbinders Prizm
Shop at:
SB | SPEL | SSS
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Shop at:
EH | SSS
Spellbinders March 2018 Monthly Card Kit
Spellbinders March 2018 Monthly Card Kit
Shop at:
SPEL
Spellbinders February 2018 Small Die Club
Spellbinders February 2018 Small Die Club
Shop at:
SPEL
Spellbinders Tiny Sentiment Stamps
Spellbinders Tiny Sentiment Stamps
Shop at:
SPEL



Here are the 10 cards I created using these supplies:

Recipe:
1 A2 card base
4 1/4" x 2" patterned paper
1 strip of gold to die cut border
3 coordinating die cut banners
Chipboard sentiment sticker

--- Recipe ---
1 A2 card base
4 1/4" x 5 1/2" patterned paper
3 3/4" x 2 1/2" gold rectangle
3 flower pieces die cut from gold paper
Acetate sentiment attached to a piece of white
card stock to put on top of gold rectangle
*note: I cut the flowers out of the center of the larger
gold rectangle
--- Recipe ---
1 A2 card base
4 1/4" x 5 1/2" purple paper
4" x 5 1/4" patterned paper
1 piece of matching purple paper die cut
with rectangle die
Heart Wreath Die cut out of gold paper
White satin bow
Sentiment from ephemera set
--- Recipe ---
1 A2 card base
3 3/4" square patterned paper
Heart Wreath Die cut out of gold paper
1 pink die cut banner
Sentiment sticker
Pink flower
Recipe:
1 A2 card base
4 1/8" x 5 3/8" pink paper embossed with flower dies
1 strip of gold to die cut border
1 gold die cut banners cut in half to make it look longer
1 piece of white die cut with rectangle die
1 piece of white and gold patterened paper colored with
coordinating Copic color.
 Chipboard rose
--- Recipe ---
1 A2 card base
Assorted ephemera and chipboard flowers
1 teal green bow
2 coordinating die cut banners
Sentiment from Ephemera set
--- Recipe ---
1 A2 card base
1 1/2" x 5 1/2" patterned paper
1 Acetate Frame
1 ephemera flower bunch
3 coordinating die cut banners
Chipboard sentiment sticker
--- Recipe ---
1 A2 card base
4 1/4" x 5 1/2" patterned paper cut at diagnol
to create a white space for stamping sentiment
1 strip of gold
Coordinating mini hearts from die cutting
Heart Wreath for balloon card
Coordinating rosette
*note: before creating card flip it so it is inside out.
Inside is smoother and better for stamping.
--- Recipe ---
1 A2 card base
2" x 4 1/4" patterned paper
1 strip of gold to die cut border
3 coordinating die cut Heart Wreathes
Sticker sentiment
--- Recipe ---
1 A2 card base
2" x 4 1/4" patterned paper
Coordinating mini hearts from die cutting
Heart Wreath for other cards
1 die cut of largest flower die cut in half to represent leaves
2 flowers from set
Sticker sentiment
See you next time, Happy Crafting!

Joanne and Penny

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