Good morning blog friends! Yesterday was my first day at designing and writing for the Spellbinders™ blog! Spellbinders is a company that creates die templates which can be used to cut/emboss/ and stencil. The name stands for ‘Spelling’ out stories and ‘binding’ them together in books as we create our scrapbook pages and preserve special stories and memories. Having been brought on as a ‘Spellblogger’ means that I have the priviledge of designing art while ‘spelling’ out tips and techniques of how I created the project.
I feel so blessed to be able to bring you tutorials while playing with beautiful die templates on weekly basis. I had someone ask about the Post It paper. This is the project I used with that and you can read about the technique on the Spellbinder’s Blog that went up yesterday.
Supplies: Spellbinders Grand Calibur GC-001, S5-040 Floral Doily Accent, S5-042 Fleur de Lis Doily Accents, S4-116 Standard Circle LG, S5-027 Labels Twenty-One Tag; JustRite Stampers, You Inspired Me Cling stamp; Clearsnap Colorbox Chalk Ink, Sparkle N Sprinkle Shimmering Sea Glitter; WorldWin, Oatmeal, Treasures Cardstock; Post It Craft Paper by 3M; Pink Paislee Starlight Bright; Creative Impressions Bits of Bling Pearls; SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVE by 3L, 3D Foam Squares, E-Z Tape Runner; Black Dye Ink; Pattern Paper for Basic Grey
I have subbing the last week and a half for a friend of mine who just lost her Mother. That’s one reason it’s been so quite on this blog! After creating this card for Spellbinders, I loved the technique and the products I used so much that I created a sympathy card for her for my friend while all my stuff was out. Tomorrow I will share it with you!
Hope your week has been been blessed. Thanks so much for stopping by!