Saturday, November 20, 2021

Spellbinders' Joyful Christmas Kit

Hi peeps. I am excited that I finally able to share Spellbinders Card Kit of The MonthTheir November "Joyful Christmas" kit is filled with beautiful, fun images & fabulous Poinsettia dies that totally put me in Christmas spirit. This awesome kit was originally planned to be released by November 1st but due to shipping delays, they are now available A la Carte. Yay, that's good news for those who maybe want to give Spellbinders' club a try before subscribing for sure. Here's a peek at what included with the kit.


Let's get on with the cards, shall we? As someone who loves soft colors, this kit is totally up my alley. 



For my 1st card, I started by hot foiling one of the frame from Essential Duo Lines Glimmer Rectangles Glimmer Hot Foil Plate set with Blush hot foil. Then I hot foil the sentiment from Mini Christmas Sentiment Strips Glimmer Hot Foil & Die set. Once this done, I trimmed the panel and adhere it to the card base. Then I went to town just layering several of the printed images. Ilove that the printed images has beautiful foil on them as well.

Then on to my 2nd card. This time I also use one of the patterned paper from the paper pad that's included with the kit. Just like the 1st card I layered several of the printed images and adhere some of them with foam adhesive to create dimension.

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Now, on to the 3rd card. Who doesn't love some shiny gold on their card? This gold foil patterned paper is one of my favorite from the included paper pad. I feel like gold foil just add instant elegance to a card. Then using the dies from this kit, I made the Poinsettia and the leaves. Before adhering the red Poinsettia, underneath I actually placed the soft pink Poinsettia like the ones I used on the two cards above. Here on the pic it looks more white, but it's actually soft pink.



Arrange the Poinsettia and the leaves. I also added some shimmer to the Poinsettia with shimmer marker. Add some yellow stickles glitter to the center of the flower and red stickles glitter to the berries. To make it more festive I added some enamel stickers from the kit and finished by adding the foam sentiment.




There you go peeps a trio of Christmas cards. Do you have preference as to softer or bolder color? Well, as we're only a few weeks away from Christmas, I hope today's cards help brings some more inspiration for your Christmas cards project. I hope this weekend you get a chance to do some crafting. 

That's all from me today. Wishing you all a lovely and beautiful weekend. 

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