Welcome back everyone! I have some inspiration to share using the Small & Large Die of the Month from Spellbinders. These are available in a subscription that you can purchase over at Spellbinders. You get a ton in each set for a very reasonable price. You can read more about the subscriptions HERE (clickable link).
My first card is featuring the January 2020 Small Die of the Month called Bold Love. This will die cut a great focal point for your card. For my card, I die cut the large die from White card stock. I die cut the smaller pieces from various colors of card stock and attached with liquid glue. This would be a great time to use up your scraps!
The letters are die cut from Gold Foil card stock and the die also embosses these beautiful lines on the letters. I die cut several of them from White card stock and layered together to create dimension.
For the background of my card, I stamped the Quilted Hearts background stamp in Embossing ink onto Cherry Pop card stock. Then heat embossed with Sparkle embossing powder using my Wagner Heat Tool.
I ink blended the edges of the card with Red Royal and Chocolate Truffle ink with blender brushes. The middle of the card front, I ink blended with Sea Salt Reactive ink. I find using the Sea Salt adds a nice highlight to the center.
I attached my die cut focal point to the center of the card front using liquid glue.
The small sentiment is from the Tiny Words stamp set. I stamped in Embossing ink, sprinkled on Gilded Embossing Powder and heat set. Then trimmed down to a small strip and adhered to my card front with foam tape.
My next card features the Large Die of the Month for January 2020 called Friendship Necklace. You can pick and choose which message to have on your card and also includes a die for the chain and necklace links to attach your hearts.
For my card, I die cut the necklace message, links and chain from Gold Foil card stock. I backed the message with Mermaid card stock.
The background was created using the Heart To Heart stencil. I ink blended it onto Peacock card stock using Peacock ink with blending brushes. Before removing the stencil, I spritzed it with Shimmer Spray for a little sparkle.
After trimming my background panel down to 4″ x 5 1/4″, I adhered it with a tape runner to an A2 size white note card.
I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration!
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