Purple Pumpkin Card | Spellbinders Large Die of the Month October 2019

Hey crafty people! Today’s card features the October 2019 Large Die of the Month kit from Spellbinders.

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I cut some of the leafy dies out of Fog and Summer Days cardstock. I then cut the pumpkin out of black cardstock and used colored pencils to give it some purple color. I also colored the stem brown.

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I glued all of the leafy cuts onto some patterned paper and then popped up the pumpkin with foam tape. I then popped up the panel onto a dark brown card base. I placed the panel flush to the upper left corner, leaving some of the base showing on the bottom and right edges.

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I picked out a sentiment from the Tiny Words stamp set and embossed it in white on brown cardstock. I cut it into a strip and popped it up next to the pumpkin.

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For the final touches I used a brown Copic marker and added some dots around the leafy cuts. I then used Journey Glaze on the dots to give them some dimension and shine.


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Clean and Simple Cards | Spellbinders' Merry Little Everything Limited Edition Kit

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Hello friends! Today I am sharing some cards that I made using Spellbinders' brand Merry Little Everything limited edition card kit. This kit is jam packed with Christmas themed goodies, enough to easily make 25+ cards! Check out the image below to see everything that comes in the kit.

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Kit Includes:

  • 40 Pack of Memory Cards

  • 3 Sheet Sticker Pack

  • Red & White Striped Twine

  • Glitter Chipboard Stickers

  • Epoxy Stickers

  • 120 Piece Adhesive Diamante Embellishments

  • Letters to Santa Embellishments

  • Red Glitter Foam Alphabet

  • Tag & Twine Set

  • 25 Cards & 25 Envelopes

  • Adhesives

  • Set of 9 Dies

  • Die Cut Shapes

  • Clear Stamp Set

  • 6x6 - 40 Sheet Paper Pad

  • 14 Pieces of Cardstock

  • 1 Gold & 1 Silver foil Cardstock Sheets

  • 2 Sheets Foiled Velum

  • 2 Sheets Glitter Paper

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For my first card I cut a piece of the white cardstock to 4 x 5.25 and popped it up onto one of the white card bases. I picked out one of the memory cards from the kit and tied the red and white twine around it. I then popped that up on the card.

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The kit comes with a bunch of die cut shapes so I grabbed a Christmas tree from them and added that to the memory card. I decided not to add a sentiment to this card, I really liked the clean look.

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For this next card I took the striped foiled velum and but it to 4.25x5.5 and then adhered it to a card base. I grabbed the red piece of cardstock and cut it down to 3.75x5. I repeatedly stamped one of the sentiments from the stamp set with Versamark ink across the cardstock to make a subtle pattern.

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I popped the red cardstock up on my card base and then added one of the Letters to Santa Embellishments to the card. The sentiment that I chose came from the die cut shapes included in the kit.

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This last card has to be my favorite! I really love the way this one came out. I chose a piece of the patterned paper, cut it down, and popped it up on a card base. I then took two of the tags, tied some twine around the top of the white one, and glued them together. I added the tags to the center of the card with foam squares.

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One of the dies in the kit is of a Christmas tree. I cut that die out of the black cardstock and glued the tree to the white tag. The “Joy” sentiment is a sticker from the Letters to Santa Embellishments.


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Animals in the Arctic Flavor of the Month | Scrapping For Less Blog Hop

Hello my friends! Today I am sharing some cards I created using the Flavor of the Month kit from Scrapping For Less. Be sure to check out the video to see the unboxing as well as how I made one of the cards below.

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“December’s kit is all about Arctic Animals…Now if you are anything like me, you hate the cold weather, snow, and anything that would mean being cold. However, snow and these cute little critters in this kit are all about fun! So grab your warm beverage, sit back, and hop along with us to see these adorable critters and all the inspiration our designers have to share. Check out the Flavor of the Month page to place your order if you haven’t subscribed. Also, don’t forget to check the A La Carte items (items that are leftover (full packs and such) from putting the kits together, and other items that we have on the website that may coordinate with this kit. Make sure you also put your name in for that Rafflecopter prize!”


The Flavor of the Month kit comes with 4 mini collections inside of it. Each collection contains a bunch of products which were thoughtfully picked out to go together to make beautiful cards. The kit also inclues 8 pieces of 8.5 x 11 cardstock in various colors. There is an upgraded version of the kit called the “Banana Split” which adds on even more goodies.

I created one card from each collection to share with you today!

Collection One Card

I colored in the bear on this card with colored pencils. I embossed the sentiment with gold embossing powder and popped it up with foam tape. I used one of the gorgeous patterned papers for the background.

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Collection Two Card

I used the fun mug shaker element that came in this collection. It was easy to use and the sequins from the collection looked great in it!

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Collection Three Card

You can see how I created this card in the video above! I love the way this one turned out.

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Collection Four Card

I absolutely adore the patterned paper that I used on this card. This collection had some really cool paper. I colored in the foxes with colored pencils and the sentiment that I used came from the stamp set in the Banana Split extras.

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Thanks for stopping by with my today! I hope you enjoyed these card designs!

Next up in the hop is: Sara Oliver


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