Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Teal & Red Poinsettia

Hi all. Today, I am sharing Spellbinders' October Small Die of The Month set. Every month, Spellbinders continue to amaze me with their monthly club kit and this month is no exception.




For my card, I started with a panel that I hot foiled with Crossed Line Cardfront Gimmer Hot Foil Plate. Next, I die cut the flower pieces from various colored cardstock using Small Die of The Month set. Arrange and adhere them on the card base. Finish by adding the sentiment (it comes with the set) and some sequins. Again, another Christmas card in non-traditional colors. I mean,  that's what being crafty all about right? Create with whatever colors that make us happy.

Hope you enjoy today's card. Have a fabulous day y'all.

Sunday, October 2, 2022

Stitched Ornament

Hi everyone. Today, I am showcasing Spellbinder's October Large Die of the Month set
Spellbinders Clubs are easy and fun because there is no minimum commitment and one can join/cancel any time from the account (you don’t need to reach out to Customer Support to do it, it is all straightforward). You can read the total Clubs FAQ HERE.




With this die set, you can make a simple card, or you can also go big and make a fancy 5x7 card. Yep, this whole thing actually lay flat, so you can ship it easily. I started with 5x7 cardstock panel that I embossed with Argyle Socks Embossing Folder. Then I used the display dies to create the display frame to hang the ornament.




And, the best thing about sending card like this, you can always take the ornament off the display frame and use it to decorate your Christmas tree. Fun, right?



 
I hope you enjoy today's project. Spellbinders Clubs are of great value and quality. There are multiple “value” Club options available, too, if you wish you get multiple Clubs. Feel free to email me if you have any question about it. 

Saturday, October 1, 2022

Spellbinders' October Glimmer Hot Foil of The Month

Hi all. Happy October! Yep, we're officially entering the last quarter of 2022. Time flies, isn't it? After a hot summer in Texas, I am grateful for the cooler weather.

Today, I have a beautiful hot foil set to share. Introducing Spellbinders' October Glimmer Hot Foil of The Month set. As soon as I saw it, I was in love.




The background was what I called happy accident. I was using the Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Hot Foil Plate on a piece of folded cardstock and the top piece was foiled perfectly (which I used on previous card HERE) and the second layer has this beautiful embossing.. So, I simply saved it for my next project, which is this one. Next, I hot foiled the Poinsettia with Matte Gold hot foil roll., die cut and colored it with Copic markers. Adhere it to the card with foam adhesive. Then I foiled the sentiment that comes with the kit. Die cut and also adhere it with foam adhesive. I finished the card by adding some rhinestones.

I love the way this card turn out. Well pees, I hope you enjoy today's card.  Stay tune for more Spellbinders in a coming day.

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Puppy!

Hi all. As someone that loves dog, I am definitely excited when I found out I get to play with this adorable set from Spellbinders called Special Pet Delivery Etched Dies. I have to say though, if you do plan on getting someone a puppy as present, please make sure they really want it and ready for it. I am a firm believer in having a puppy is a for life commitment. I don't believe in getting rid of a dog simply because they outgrow their puppy phase or because they're no longer look cute. Okay, okay off my soap box. Sorry, I just had to say that. :)




I knew right away that I want to pair this set with Geo Screen Embossing Folder and I ink blending various blue hues on the panel before doing the embossing. Adhere the panel to card base. Next, I die cut the puppies image and also the box which from previous release called Surprise Box Etched Die set. I ink blended some ink on the box to create shadow and then put together all the pieces. Somehow I felt the box was a bit too plain, so I added a couple heart from a stamp set that was part of past monthly club. To finish the card, I simply added hot foiled sentiment from More Sentiments Hot Foil set.

Well, that's all I have for my post folks. Have a wonderful day.

Saturday, September 17, 2022

Love, Hope & Joy

Hi everyone. Today, I am back with a Christmas card featuring the same Spellbinders Folk Song set that I used on my previous set. I love this set. It reminds me of Scandinavian design, which I adore.





To start I die cut all the pieces for the bird. I adhered a dark blue cardstock behind the bird that I just hand cut. Put the bird aside and I start working on the wreath. Added a poinsettia from Holiday Blooms Etched Dies set. For the sentiment, I hot foil one of the sentiment from Mini Christmas Sentiment Strips Glimmer Hot Foil and finally finish the card by adding some enamel drop on the dots on the tail.

I think I am in love with this set. That's all I have for now. Have an awesome weekend!

Thursday, September 15, 2022

Folk Song

Hi everyone. Today I am featuring one of Spellbinder's new September Winter Tales collection called Folk Song Etched Dies. This new set by Zsoka Marko is simply fantastic. I love her style.




This set is perfect for Christmas, but versatile enough to be used for non Christmas card, like I did on my card, I thought this design would make a fun birthday card. I started by die cutting all the bird pieces. Following the bird shape, I hand cut a smaller piece from light blue cardstock so it showed up through the opening on the bird. Next, I die cut a bunch of leaves.


For the background, I used Dazzling Dots Embossing folder. Adhere the embossed panel to card base. Next, I layered the leaves. In person, you could see the layering of the leaves is pretty thick and dimensional. I love it. I also added a little flower from Be Bold Blooms set to complete the end of the wreath. Then adhere the bird with foam adhesive. I don't have the Enchanted Garden set, so I did the next best thing to create the bell flower border. I used the top of the ornament from Spellbinders' Stitched Ornament Etched Dies and then just trim the the top part, the one with the hole. And, tadaaa... you get a bell shaped flower. :) Yes, I was pretty proud of myself that I thought of this. Hah!!

Finished with hot foiling sentiment from More Sentiments Hot Foil set. So, what do you think? I hope you like it. Well peeps, that's all from me today. Stay tune for the Christmas version of this set. Till next time.

Sunday, September 11, 2022

Fall Birthday Card

Last week, I made a card using Spellbinders' September Glimmer Hot Foil of The Month set and change the center of the set from the supposed diamond shape to circle. Well, I love that set so much, that I decided to make another card and this time showing it's original diamond center shape. 



I hot foiled and die cut the leaves frame. Then colored with some random ink blending. Die cut the diamond center and put aisde. Next, I worked n  the background, which I embossed with.Dazzling Dots Embossing folder. I love this background, cause literally I could use it for any occasion. It makes interesting background without taking away from the main image. Adhere panel to card base and then arrange the leaves frame. For the sentiment, I used one of the sentiment from Yana's Sentiment Glimmer Hot Foil Plate and adhere it to the card with foam adhesive. I actually almost consider this card done after that, but decided to add a couple more leaves and flower.



Hope you enjoy today's card! 

Thursday, September 8, 2022

Spellbinders' September Large Die Set

I have to admit that usually I am not that much into making fall theme card. But, when I saw Spellbinder's September Large Die of the Month set, I thought, oooh, this one is a fun one to play with.


I found that as long as I incorporated some teal or pink to my fall card, I love it better. I don't know, I just  need something besides yellow, brown, orange mix. I die cut all the pieces for this card from white cardstock and colored all the pieces with Copic markers. Done with the coloring, arranged all the pieces on the panel that I embossed with Dazzling Dots Embossing Folder. Finished by adding the sentiment and some enamel dot stickers.

Well peeps, that's all from me today. Hope you enjoy today's card. Till next time.

Monday, September 5, 2022

Spellbinders' September Small Die

Hi there. Today, I am sharing Spellbinders' September Small Die of The Month set, which is one of the many Spellbinders club kit. 



 
I die-cut several of the leaves from the set and added some colors with ink blending. Once that done, I added the stitches and once I completed the stitches I layered them with their coordinating back. Put aside. For the background, I embossed a panel with Leafy 3D Embossing folder. Gently colored the panel by adding some green ink blending. Adhere the leaves with foam adhesive and tucked in silver threads underneath. Finish by die cutting the sentiment that comes with the set.

Pretty easy peasy. Well, almost. Hah! The stitching is a little extra work, but since the eaves are small, I got the stitching done pretty quick. 

Hope you get some crafting done if you have day off today. Wishing you all a gorgeous day.

Sunday, September 4, 2022

Spellbinders September Glimmer Hot Foil Set

Hi all. I am excited to share the card I made using Spellbinders' September Glimmer Hot Foil of The Month set. I have to admit this card came out better than the way I envision it. As I work on it, I keep making changes here and there from my original plan & am happy with the result.




To start, I ma
de the background using Beveled Diamonds 3D Embossing folder. Adhere the embossed panel to the card base. Next, I hot foil the leaves from the set 3 times with Aura hot foil roll. Color them with come ink blending and die cut it with the coordinating die. At first, I was going to use the diamond shape for the center of the leaves, but then I thought I should do something different. I decided to use a circle for the center. So, I hot foil the sentiment and die cut it with a circle and ink up some color around the circle. Then I added liquid glue on the back of the circle and went ahead adding and trimming the leaves as I filled up the circle. Then I adhere the whole wreath with foam adhesive. 




I hot foil the flower that come with the set a few times and also die cut some branch from gold cardstock for filler. Tuck them in around the wreath and finish by adding some sequins. 

That's all from me today peep. I hope you enjoy today's card and may your Labor day weekend be a good one. Cheers. 

Friday, September 2, 2022

Simon Says Stamp STAMPtember


Hi all and welcome to STAMPtember®! Cardmakers from all over the world are celebrating with Simon Says Stamp, including me. I am always excited for STAMPtember® and looking forward to the collaboration reveal between SSS and other companies.Anyway, as we kick off the celebration, I am featuring this fun Happy Face set and made a couple cards that I hope make whoever received them smile.




I started by stamping the circles in various color then I stamped the face. Originally, I was going to use a strip sentiment, but I made a booboo and ended up with the circle sentiment to cover it, which is better than my original plan. This is what I call happy accident. Hah!!




I simply change the color variation a bit for my second card. Other than that, same steps and all.
By the way, Simon Says Stamp also have several special offer going on. One of them is below, a free Layered Dots stencil with a purchase of $30 or more. 




Let's get this party going shall we? Head on to Simon Says Stamp blog for links to all the blogs that joining the STAMPtembver celebration. Cheers....

Thursday, September 1, 2022

Winter Label Motif

 Hi all. Today, I am showcasing Spellbinders' Winter Label Motifs, which is part of Seasonal Label Motifs collection by Becca Feeken .



I start by cutting the pieces for the label since this will be my focal point. I keep the coloring simple & soft. For a pop of color I added the blue purple Poinsettia that's part of  Holiday Blooms Etched Dies set. For the background, I used  Tile Mosaic 3D Embossing Folder. Adhere the embossed panel to card base then arrange the label with the house and the trees. Add the Poinsettia & leaf branches.



Finish the card by heat embossed a sentiment from Dancin' Holiday Sentiment Clear Stamp set on a strip of cardstock. I tried to capture the white winter feeling on this card and I think I did it pretty well by using some soft coloring. That's all from me today peeps. Wishing you all a lovely day. 

Tuesday, August 30, 2022

Coffee & Corgi

Hi all. I was invited by my dear friend, Shelly Kurth to partner up with her in creating coffee theme card. We agreed to use the same Coffee Break set from Honey Bee Stamps and make a card with coffee & critters. What's better than combining the tow things I love. Hah! Here's a quick look at my card and check out Shelly's card on Coffee Loving Card Makers blog



I want to be able to tuck in gift card on my card as I plan to give this card to my mail lady, so I decided to make an easel card. The pocket inside function to hold the gift card and also to keep the easel part in position.



 
Well, that' all from me today peeps. Have a blessed day all.

Sunday, August 21, 2022

Joyful Words

Hi all. I am still on a roll of making Christmas cards and today I am featuring this gorgeous Spellbinders' Joyful Words Clear Stamp.



 
I think this large sentiment set is perfect for mass production card. I simply heat embossed the sentiment with gold embossing powder, trim the panel, layered it with another cardstock to create a thin frame around it. Then adhere to card base. For embellishment, I used Holiday Blooms Etched Dies set. I die cut the Poinsettia from pearlesecent paper and the leaves from white vellum, which I then colored with ink blending. Finish by adding enamel drop to the center of the poinsettia.

That's all from me today. May your weekend been a great one. Cheers.

Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Christmas Gnomes

Who's ready for more Christmas cards in August? Hah! I know, when it's blazing hot kind of hard to think of Christmas. Or when you're dealing with Covid. Yep, hubby and I unfortunately got it after avoiding it all this time. It hit hubby pretty hard and not as hard for me, but I had the sore throat and what really bug me right now is the constant headache and feeling like in a fog.

Anyway, enough about me. Let's get on to the cards, shall we? Luckily I finished these cards way before. Today, I want to share a couple super adorable gnome car. First up, is this card showcasing the Gnome Tree Etched Dies.



How adorable is this Gnome tree? I started by working on the background. I ink blended some distress oxide inks and splatter it with some white gouache. Next, I die cut and assemble the pieces for the gnome tree. Adhere the finish piece to the panel. Trim & layered the panel and adhere to card base. Next, I added some highlight to the gnome hats with Copic marker. For the sentiment, I hot foiled one oft the sentiment from previously released Mini Christmas Sentiment with Matte Gold hot foil roll. On the light string I add enamel drops and finish the card by adding some rhinestones. Cute & fun, right?

On to the next card, with this naught gnome. Introducing Holly Jolly Gnome Etched Dies. He may be jolly, but the way he behaves make me think he's a bit naughty. Hah!!




I loveeee the background on this card. I used the new Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Hot Foil Plate. Seriously, am in love with this hot foil plate. It just so pretty!! Once I am done with the background, I simply piece together the gnome and the ornament and bow. You can view on my Instagram to see how the ornament actually move. Finish the card by adding some rhinestones.3

There you go, 2 fun gnome cards that hopefully get  you in the mood to create some Christmas cards. Well peeps, I still have to rest up, so that's all from me. Have a blessed day!


Sunday, August 14, 2022

Spellbinders' Dancin' Snowman

Hi peeps. How's it going? Even though it's only August, it sure is not too early to start working on some Christmas cards in my book. And, the new releases from Spellbinders make it so easy to create fun & adorable Christmas cards.

Today, am showcasing the adroable Dancin' Snowman and paired it with what have become my favorite hot foil background, Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Hot Foil Plate.



I started by ink blending some blues for the panel. Once that done, I hot foiling the background with  Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Hot Foil Plate and Prism hot foil roll. Love, love, love this background. I mean, the glimmering silver against those blue are just gorgeous. adhere the panel to card base. Next, I die cut and put together the snowman. adhere to card. Finish by stamping and heat embossing sentiment from Dancin' Holiday Sentiment Clear Stamp set. Oh yes, for the sman hat I also added liquid applique for extra texture.

This jolly snowman just looks so cute, isn't it? I hope you enjoy today's card. That's all from me today as I am still dealing with Covid and not feeling the best. So keeping this post short & sweet. May your week starts off wonderfully. Cheers...

Thursday, August 11, 2022

Sellbinders' Glimmer Hot Foil of The Month

Hi peeps. I am excited to share Spellbinders' August Glimmer Hot Foil of The Month set. This month's glimmer set is beautiful.




I definitely have a weakness toward floral hot foil and when I saw this month's set, I might have squealed a bit. Hah! 

To start, I hot foil the flower with Rose Gold hot foil. Once done, die cut it with the coordinating die and colored with Copic. As usual I went with soft colors. Put aside and work on the background panel, which I  embossed with Party Spots Embossing Folder. This embossing folder probably is one of my favorite as it's so versatile. Adhere it to card base. Next, I hot foiled the sentiment that came in the set on a wide strip of cardstock. For the sentiment I used Matte Gold hot foil roll. By the way, this is the one hot foil that I feel is a must to have. At least for me. Yep, a bit obsessed with this roll. Adhere to card and finish by adhering the foiled flower with foam adhesive and add some mix size sequins.

Pretty easy peasy and I feel like the hot foil really help add some oomph to a clean & simple card. What do you think? Well, that's all from me today and I wish you all a happy day.

Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Spellbinders' August Small Die Cut of The Month

Hi all. Today I am showcasing Spellbinders' August Small Die of The Month set. This month's small dies set is a fun one and can be used for so many different occassion.



 
I know I want to have texture for the background of this card, so I decided to start with the background first, using Tile Mosaic 3D Embossing Folder. Adhere the panel to the card base. Put aside. Then I die cut a bunch of the flowers and leaves from various colored cardstock. Before adhering the flowers, I thought I better make sure where I want to place the sentiment and do the flower arrangement around it. I grab my favorite, More Sentiments Hot Foil set. Once I am done with the sentiment, I just play around with the flowers placement. Finished by adding some sequins and enamel dots to the center of the flowers.




That's all from me today. May your day be a wonderful one.

Monday, August 1, 2022

Spellbinders' August Large Die Cut Of the Month

 Hi all. Wow, it's already August. I feel like I have to pinch myself, since in my head it feels like we had just celebrated New Year not that long ago. Anyway, as we enter the August month, I am here today to share Spellbinders's August Large Die Cut of The Month set.



August's large die set is simply sweet & fun. I mean, who doesn't  love strawberry? This card is full of texture. I simply die cut all the pieces several times to create this basket full of strawberry. I ink blend a bit of gray to the strawberry to create shadow & depth. Arrange all the pieces on the card base. Then, for the sentiment I hot foil the birthday sentiment from More Sentiments Glimmer Hot Foil Plate. Finished by adding some rhinestones.

I really love the way this card turned out and till I find the recipient for this card, it's on display on my craft room shelf just because it  makes me happy. That's all from me today. May your August starts off in a wonderful way.

Thursday, July 21, 2022

Spellbinders' Stitched Ornament

 Hi all. I have more stitching card to share. This time, I am showcasing Spellbinders' Stitched Ornament Etched Dies.


I love the pretty details on this die. And, with the stitching you can go as detailed or as simple as you want. You could even not do the stitching and just let the dot patterns shine by itself. On my card I just did some simple stitching. Once I am done with the stitching, I adhere the scallop detail that I cut from silver paper and added some rhinestone to the ornament. Adhere it to card base. To make it even more Christmasy (is that a real word?? Hah!) I decided to add a Poinsettia from Holiday Blooms Etched Dies set. Finished by adding hot foiled sentiment from a previously released Mini Christmas Sentiment set.

This card is pretty simple in design, yet it offers lots of texture. I hope you enjoy it. I am hoping to put in some crafting time this weekend and hopefully I'll get to share more cards here. Finger cross. Crafting time been hit and miss this past few months, so wish me luck. Have a blessed day all.

Monday, July 18, 2022

Spellbinder's Balsam & Berries

Hi there. Today, I am sharing a couple cards. First up is this card featuring the newly released Spellbinders' Balsam & Berries Clear Stamp Set.




This set is great for making quick card in my opinion. I simply stamped and colored the image. Once done, trimmed the panel and layered it with gold cardstock to create trim all around Then adhere to card base. Super easy. Now, my next card is s bit more elaborate. Introducing Spellbinders' Jasmine Etched Dies and Winter Evergreen Foliage & Lady Bugs Etched Dies.



 I die cut all the flower & greenery parts from white cardstock and then colored them with Copic and inks. Then I die cut an arches using one of the arch from Essential Arches Etched Dies. Sinceit seems pretty plain, I decided to ink up the edge of the arch a bit and arranged all the flower pieces on the arch piece. For added texture, I used Tile Mosaic 3D Embossing Folder on the background panel. Adhere everything to the card base. Finish by adding some enamel dots.

Isn't the jasmine just  lovely? I love the smell of jasmine as it reminded me of my grandma. She used to put fresh jasmine in her closet and I always remembered that. I hope you enjoy today's cards and may your week starts off in a wonderful way.

Saturday, July 16, 2022

Spellbinders' Stitched Joy

Hi all. Hope you're enjoying a good weekend. Quick post to share this card I made using Spellbinders' Stitched Joy Etched Dies. Christmas is one of my favorite season and I don't mind going all out for Christmas card, which means lots of stitching. Hah!


 
For the background, I used Tile Mosaic 3D Embossing Folder. Die cut the Joy piece and did the stitching. Once that done, I die cut the alphabets from silver cardstock. Adhere the whole piece to the card base.

There's really not much step on making this card, it just the stitching that takes time. I like doing the stitching while binge watching with hubby. Get 2 things done at once. Well peeps, that's all from me today. May your weekend be a good one. Cheers.

Friday, July 15, 2022

Spellbinders' Holiday Blooms

As promised, I am back today with more project to celebrate this month's release from Spellbinders. For today, I want to share a card showcasing Holiday Blooms Etched Dies from Celebrate the Season collection, which I paired with Mix & Matched Holiday Greetings Etched Dies and Crossed Line Cardfront Gimmer Hot Foil Plate.



 

This is such a fun card to make. To start, I hot foiled the card panel with Crossed Line Cardfront Gimmer Hot Foil Plate with Moondust hot foil. Then I trimmed the panel and adhere it to the card base. Next, I die cut all the flower pieces from various color cardstock and arrange them on the card. Finish by adding sentiment cut out from metallic cardstock.

Between the die cut blooms and the hot foiling, this card is full of texture. Well peeps, I hope you enjoy today's card. May your Friday be a good one and I'll be back tomorrow with more new release project.

Thursday, July 14, 2022

Spellbinders' Glimmer Greetings Collection

Hi all. Woohoo, it's new release time from Spellbinders. Am so in love with this month's release as it's all about Christmas. I always love working on Christmas projects, especially when I have good sets to work with. I have several cards lined up for this release and I'll be sharing them all in the next few days.

For today, I want to share a couple cards using the new glimmer sets. First up is this card I made using 
Blooming Ornament Glimmer Hot Foil Plate & Die set.  I love this gorgeous set.




To start, I hot foil the ornament and the bow using Matte Gold hot foil roll. Then, I die cut the pieces and colored the flowers. Before adhering the ornament, I decided to add some greenies from Holiday Blooms Etched Dies set. Arranged the greenies behind the ornament. For the sentiment I used a sentiment from previously released Mini Christmas Sentiment strip hot foil plate. Adhere the sentiment with foam adhesive and finish by adding some enamel drops.

For my next card, again I used Blooming Ornament Glimmer Hot Foil Plate & Die set and this time, I save the positive part for another project and use the negative part with Glimmer Essential Solid Diamond Hot Foil Plate.





Look how pretty that floral diamond came out. I trimmed the foiled diamond and layered it with white cardstock. Next, I die cut some floral pieces from Holiday Blooms Etched Dies set. After going back and forth with what to do for the background, I decided to use Party Spots Embossing Folder. Once I adhere the spotty panel, I simply arranged all the other pieces on top of it. Finish by adding sentiment from More Sentiments Hot Foil set.

I love this Moondust hot foil. Below you could see how the color look different under different lighting.




 Well, that's all from me today. More coming from this new release. Stay tune and have a blessed day all.

Friday, July 8, 2022

The Ton's July Release


 
Hi all and welcome to The Ton's August release. I am excited to share this release, so let's get on with it, shall we?

For my first card, I am showcasing this fun & gorgeous Pretty Pansy Fields stencil set. 




This set is simply beautiful and I plan on playing more with this set. That's what I love about The Ton sets, so many of them are simply timeless and I can honestly say I still have most of my sets because I know I could and will use them again and again. For this card I inked up the stencil with Soft Amethyst, Iris Blooms, Violet Fringe, Lemon Drop and Matcha ink. Simply trim the panel once I am done, adhere to card base and finish with the sentiment.

On to my 2nd card. For this one, I used Pretty Peony Close Up stencil and paired it with previously released Love & Hugs Word Plates dies.




Gotta love stencils. It makes card making quick and easy. And, last but not least am showcasing Fierce Ferns set.


I simply ink blend Hot Tourmaline, Caribbean Turquoise and Soft Garden on a panel of cardstock and then stamped the panel. I decided to add some doodling to some of the leaves to create interest. I think this is a fun way to get more out of your stamp.

Well peeps, t hat's all from me for today. I'll be sharing  more from this release in the coming days and on The Ton's blog. Hope you all having a wonderful weekend.

The Ton
Anna
Tae Eun
Vera <-- you are here
Brenda

Friday, June 17, 2022

Spellbinders' Little Chickadee

Today, I am sharing one of my favorite set from Spellbinders' Birthday Celebration collection. It's the Little Chickadee Etched Die set. I love, love this set. I do have a weakness for birds. After all, we have made our house a place for birds to gather in the middle of busy Houston area. We have 4 bird houses and 1 squirrel house and boy, those birds could eat a lot!! I mean, we could go through 20;b bag of bird food in a week. Hubby and I enjoy watching them from our patio.

So, here's my card to celebrate my love of birds.




For the birds, I die cut all the pieces from white cardstock and then colored each piece with Copic. Of course, you could easily use color cardstock as well, but when I started I really wasn't sure what color combination I want to use. It's easier for me to start with white cardstock and figure thing sout afterwards. Once done, put together all the pieces. Since the birds are so colorful,  I decided to let them take center stage by using white card base. This definitely one of my favorite way to make card. Lots of white space.



To finish the card, I hot foiled a sentiment from Everyday Sentiments II set and layered the strip of sentiment with aqua colored cardstock to make the sentiment stand out a bit.

That's all from me today and I wish you all a beautiful day. May your weekend starts off wonderfully.

Teal & Red Poinsettia

Hi all. Today, I am sharing Spellbinders' October Small Die of The Month set. Every month, Spellbinders continue to amaze me with their...