Spellbinders Clear Stamp of the Month and Small Die of the Month - December 2022 - Handmade Card with Heart
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Spellbinders Clear Stamp of the Month and Small Die of the Month – December 2022

Hello Crafty Friends.

Today I’m sharing three cards I made using the Spellbinders Clear Stamp and Coordinating Die of the Month and Small Die of the Month for December 2022.

If you would like to see these club kits up close and how I made my cards, watch my video on YouTube or below.

Card 1

Spellbinders Clear Stamp of the Month - December 2022 - My Favorite Person - Handmade Slimline Card with Love Heart

For my first card, I used the Spellbinders Clear Stamp and Die Club of the Month called My Forever Person. I stamped the floral heart and colored it with Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens. I die cut it with the coordinating dies. I also used the dies to die cut the letters from Bristol Smooth Cardstock. I colored the die cut letters with Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens and blended the colors with a water brush to create a gradient of color. I used the Spellbinders Slimline Postage Edge dies for the layers of my card. Finally, I added the Spellbinders Crystal Mix Color Essential Gems to the center of the flowers and on the card front.

Cards 2 & 3

For my next cards, I used the Spellbinders Small Die of the Month for December 2022. This die set is called Stitched Heart Card Front.

Spellbinders Small Die of the Month - December 2022 - Stitched Heart Cardfront

I love the vibrant colors of the Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens so much that I decided to color my card background with them. I added the ink to the cardstock and used a water brush to blend the color. Next, I added the white stitched background piece to the top. I used the heart stamp from the Spellbinders Clear Stamp of the Month and stamped it on top of the white heart. I colored the flowers in the image. I added the layer to an A2 card base. Finally, I added some Spellbinders Spectrum AB Color Essential Gems to the circles on the card. In the picture, it looks like the gems are blue and silver. They are not blue at all. They are actually more of a silver color. They have an iridescent sheen to them and they look like different colors at different angles.

If you don’t like creating your own watercolor backgrounds, you can always use solid cardstock for the background like I did with the card below. I also die cut the large center heart from pink cardstock and used embroidery floss to add stitching to the heart. I added the banner sentiment from Gold Mirror Cardstock and added the Spellbinders Spectrum AB Color Essential Gems to the circles.

Thank you for stopping by today!

Lisa


SUPPLIES

SPELLBINDERS CLUB INFORMATION – USA
Spellbinders Clear Stamp and Die of the Month
Spellbinders Small Die of the Month

The Clear Stamp and Small Die of the Month can now be purchased without a club subscription until they are sold out. Use the links below to purchase.
Clear Stamp of the Month – My Forever Person
Clear Stamp of the Month Coordinating Dies
Small Die of the Month – Stitched Heart Front

SPELLBINDERS – UK
Spellbinders Clear Stamp and Die of the Month
Spellbinders Small Die of the Month

Other Supplies

Spellbinders Postage Edge Slimline Die Set
Spellbinders Crystal Mix Color Essential Gems
Spellbinders Spectrum AB Color Essential Gems
Spellbinders Gold Color Essential Gems
Spellbinders Gold Mirror Cardstock
Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens – Carmine Red, Red, Pink, Light Green
Embroidery Floss, DMC Color Essentials Floss Bundle
Arteza Water Brush Pens
Bristol Smooth Cardstock
Bearly Art Precision Craft Glue
Misti Stamping Tool
Versafine Onyx Black Ink
Spellbinders Platinum Diecutting and Embossing Machine 8.5″ Platform

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