Monday, August 16, 2010

Spellbinders™ Grand die templates

0610CHAJOALTGuestBook copy

 Supplies:  Spellbinders LF-110 Grand Classic Ovals; LF-111 Grand Scalloped Ovals; LF-190 Grand Labels Four; S4-121 Doodle Parts; S4-232 Blossom Two, Patter Paper - My Mind's Eye ( Black Lush,) The Robin’s Nest (red); Cardstock – Worlwin (black) ; The Robin's Nest, Red Cardstock, Stickers – Making Memories; Pearls – Zva; Red Ribbon – Webster’s Pages

When I first layed eyes on these Spellbinders Grand die templates, you can’t even imagine the excitment that ran through me!  They are so great for scrapbooking and I am definitely a scrapbooker before I am a card maker.  The great thing is, they are perfect for card creating as well!  What a match!  I am absolutely loving working with them.  They are fabulous!  There are so many book/ mini album possibilities; it just gets my mind swirling!  (Can you tell I’m a bit thrilled that Spellbinders came out with these?  LOL)

Here is a a  Guest Book that I made using the Grand Labels Four Die Template as well as the Grand Classic Ovals and Grand Scalloped Ovals.  They are linked in my supply list if you want to read more about them.  To create the flowers I used Blossom Two die template and I used the stylist to roll the tips of them to give the flowers more dimension.

Thanks for taking a peek!  Have a fantastic Monday!

5 comments:

Leah the Orange said...

OOOHH, this is FANTASTIC, julie! so elegant and perfect for a wedding! i neeeeeeeeed these dies!!

marla said...

WOW those dis are so incredible!! Love this project!!

Tona said...

Gorgeous project!
Will these large dies fit in a Sizzix Big Shot?

Valerie said...

Love those red black and white colors together, looks very smart. I will just have to get one of those Grand Calabars to use those big dies, they look awsome.

Janie Printz said...

Oh my gosh this is a wonderful project !! How did you put the spiral in the "book"? What a terrific idea for so many things. I just got the Grand Calibur & several sets of grands dies... Thanks for the wonderful inspiration.
Hugs from Montana, Janie

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