Wednesday, June 5, 2019

In the spotlight: Spellbinders Small and Large Die of the Month kits - June

Hey there friends,

I'm so excited to share my projects with the awesome Spellbinders June Small and Large Die of the Month kits today!

As I've mentioned before, Spellbinders have several monthly kits, which are really great! You can subscribe to:
These are all a great value, have a look! You can find all necessary information about these kits here.

Warning, this is a photo heavy post because I've made quite a few projects. I won't write step-by-step but if you have any questions on how I've made something, please leave a comment and I will get back to you!

First up, the Small Die of the Month of June! In this kit you get a kaleidoscope trio:

I've only used the hexagons and the circles to create my card duo. All patterned papers I've used are from the gorgeous Pink Paislee/Paige Evans Horizon scrapbook collection. 

The sentiments I've created using the Everyday Sentiments Glimmer Hot Foil plates and Blush Foil. Next time I use my Glimmer Hot Foil System, I will make sure to make a ton of these sentiments in different colors so I have them ready to go when I need them! So practical!

Next up the Large Die Kit! It's a super fun one! I've tried to create cards with each of the dies in this kit so you can see just how much stuff you get - I think the only one I didn't end up using is the "HI" sentiment. These are fun slider cards with a wreath design that you can decorate for literally any occasion! Spellbinders also provides a pictorial in the kit, so you know what to do with the dies! I  hardly ever make a interactive cards so I always need the pictorial to figure out what to use for what hehe!

Here are my cards:

OK, so this is my favorite...because...teeny tiny bunnies!!! I mean seriously <3. 

Rainbow shamrocks! The clouds I just free handed, fussy cut and dry embossed.

Shaker vellum pocket!

And this last one...looked waaaay better in my head :(.

I hope I could inspire you to work on some slider cards of your own! After the first one they very pretty easy to handle. I am warning you though, you will need to die cut a ton of shapes ha!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!
Have a wonderful day y'all!