Welcome everyone! Today I’m sharing projects from the Small and Large Die of the Month for Spellbinders. They are so stinkin cute and coordinate perfectly together! The first one I’m sharing is using the Small Die of the Month – Pack It Up which is this fun little backpack. Supplies listed down below.
I have a video that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel showcasing the Pack It Up club kit.
This fun little backpack can be used on its own or on a card front. It has a little pocket that you can slide in school supplies which are included in the kit or you can glue the supplies down which is what I did.
Decorate your backpack with pattern paper or different colors of card stock.
You can also tuck in little notes to the students or even a gift of money!
The die even comes with sentiments that you can die cut including You Rule and Great Job! These are great encouraging sentiments that you can use year round.
Next I’m featuring the Large Die of the Month Write On! This is creating a clipboard that you can use on a card front or the die also features a score line to make the card into a clipboard.
I have a video featuring the Large Die of the Month that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.
This set includes dies to make a clipboard, scissors, pen, and pencil. You can use them all on a card like I did or just feature individual items.
I pulled in a sentiment from the August Small Die of the Month to add to my clipboard.
For this card below, I pulled out my Amazing stamp set from Simon Says Stamp which has some perfect encouraging sentiments.
This is another great card/gift item that you can give to teachers or students year round to show your appreciation.
I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration. Sign up now for the Spellbinders Club Kits and get these amazing die sets. They are such a great price for so many elements.
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SMALL DIE OF THE MONTH SUPPLIES
LARGE DIE OF THE MONTH SUPPLIES
These are SO cute!! I subscribed to these a couple months ago, just what I need…more stuff!
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