Learn how to make quick and easy Acetate Christmas Cards using Spellbinders and items you may already have in your craft room! In this acetate card tutorial you will learn how to measure and cut your card stock, craft papers, and acetate to make that perfect elegant, sophisticated dimensional Christmas Card.
Christmas Card Project Supply List
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In This Easy DIY Cards Tutorial, we’ll be using our dies from Spellbinders. You can make beautiful and elegant 3×4 handmade greeting cards for just about any occasion when you have beautiful dies, and Spellbinders steps up each and every time!
Last week you saw my Note Card Gift Box Tutorial for these beautiful handmade greeting cards. It’s an easy DIY for beginners that, I’m sure, many seasoned crafters will appreciate.
Supply List for Elegant Note Cards
The following is a list of items that I used in making these beautiful and elegant note cards. You may click on the links provided. They will take you directly to the products.
Paper Pad – Blush Glam by Craft Smith – You can buy this at Michael’s
Handmade Card Video Tutorial
Although this tutorial is from my Spanish Crafting Channel, Manualidades de Decor8yourlife, I make certain to show you the measurements that I use. It’s a fun and easy to follow DIY; and even if you don’t speak Spanish, it’s fun to listen to me stumble on a language skill I’m so desperately trying to regain!
Don’t have time to watch the five minute video? Not a problem! These cards are so easy to make, I can give you my measurements right away! Since these are 4×3 Cards, you will cut your card-stock at 4×6 then fold it right down the middle, by holding it horizontal wise. You then cut your first layer (which adheres right on the white card stock) an eighth of an inch less then place on top of cardstock. You then cut your second layer (which is the top layer) and eighth of an inch less than your first layer, decorate it with your die-cuts, ribbons, sequin, etc. and adhere. (Remember that less is more!)
Go ahead and watch the video for the full process. Thank you for stopping by! I’ll see you again next week!
This cute Note Card Gift Box Tutorial was inspired by my need to make the perfect gift box to fit my 3×4 note cards. In the hopes of clearing out papers that have been sitting in my stash for awhile, I decided to start my Holiday projects. This year I plan to send out quite a few cards and gifts to as many folks as I can. But I didn’t just want to box them in. I wanted that perfect fit!
Easy DIY Handmade Cards
The cards are 3×4. I decided to cut my cards to this dimension because I wanted them to be used as greeting cards or note cards. These cards are dimensional, simple and elegant. You may ask yourself, how can I get the same effect? My answer to that is layer your paper and less is more!
Let the Paper do the Work for You!
There’s nothing like beautiful scrapbooking paper! As paper crafters we can be really bad about hoarding beautiful paper. However, use it up we must! And what better way to make room for the great new designs than to make some cards and gift boxes with the old ones?
Easy to Create with dies from Spellbinders
You will never be out of ideas or loose your creativity when you have dies from Spellbinders in your paper crafting arsenal. And all that beautiful paper deserves a beautifully well cut design!
List of Items I used
The following is a list of items that I used in the making of these note cards and gift boxes. You may click on the links provided. They will take you directly to the products.
This Halloween Smash Book Junk Journal is my Spellblogger project share for this week. Although the temps are still high in the Houston area, I can’t wait to start decorating for the fall and Halloween!
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and I just can’t get enough of it! I don’t know where I get this obsession; but making this Halloween Smash Book Junk Journal from scratch, sure satisfies my Spook-ta-cular crafting palatte!
Is it a Smash Book or is it a Junk Journal?
I’ve watched plenty of videos and looked at a ton of pictures to barely be able to tell the difference between one or the other now! Smash Books and Junk Journals seem to have a lot in common. One of the biggest is that they don’t look like mini albums. You can fill them to the rim with all your favorite pictures and items that they can get pretty chunky. And that’s what I love about the Smash Book / Junk Journal.
Items from Spellbinders that I Used in This Halloween Smash Book Junk Journal
It was a lot of fun making this Smash Book Journal from scratch, and here is a list of the items I used. You may click on the items to be taken to them directly:
I have a quick and easy Elegant Birthday Card tutorial to share with you. This weekend is my daughter’s 19th birthday, and she has asked me to make her an elegant black, white and gold theme birthday card.
So off I went to my scrapbooking supplies in search of black, white and gold! It’s a good thing I like using these colors, as I was able to find enough of what I needed to make my daughter’s birthday card!
Here is something that I have found myself doing lately when crafting any card, and I find it easier for me. It’s easier not only in the sense of putting the materials together; but in the whole creativity process. I am now working my cards from the top on down. I’m not quite certain how to explain this to you verbally, so I will include my Birthday Card Tutorial video later in this blog. Yes the video is in Spanish, as it is running in my Spanish Crafting Channel, Manualidades de Decor8yourlife.
However, can we agree that crafting can very well surpass any language barrier? When I film my Spanish Speaking Paper Crafting videos, I try my best to keep my English and Spanish speaking audience in mind, so that in case you don’t understand the language, you can still follow along. By the way, even if you don’t speak Spanish go ahead and sub to Manualidades de Decor8yourlife. You will find that the videos are not a mirror image of Decor8yourlife. I upload different projects in this channel. This way my viewers who are subscribed to both of my crafting channels won’t feel like they’re watching the same exact thing, just in a different language.
The Creative Process
First and foremost I get my papers and all my pieces ready. I pull out the primary paper for the bases of the card, and go to work on getting my Spellbinders die-cuts together. Once this is done I envision, from top to bottom, how the birthday card is going to look. And then I begin putting the pieces together from top to bottom.
Once I have my die-cuts where I want them, I then proceed to measuring the height and width of the largest die-cut piece allow a quarter of an inch room; then cut my first paper accordingly. Since this is an elegant card, I know I will be doing some foam mounting.
Tip: The more dimensional your card is, the more elegant it is. Even if you’re just using 3 or 4 pieces.
Once I have done this, I will foam mount the entire piece to another piece, one quarter of an inch larger. The two patterned pieces of paper complement one another and helps in adding that elegant touch to any card or invitation.
Once the second scrapbook paper is in place, I will then measure the final piece to my birthday card (which is the black cardstock). And of course, I will go one quarter of an inch larger on this as well.
The finishing touch are three pieces of sequin.
Items Used in this Elegant Birthday Card
Following are the items that I used in making my daughter’s birthday card. I’m placing clickable links if you wish to make a purchase.
Halloween Card Tutorial – Make an Elegant Halloween Card or Party Invitation with me, using papers you have on hand and dies from Spellbinders! You don’t need to buy a ton of Halloween scrapbook papers to make Halloween theme cards or party invitations to your Hauntingly Ghostly Costume Party, and I’m going to show you why!
I’m an avid paper crafter and believe me, I have plenty of Halloween Theme Paper Collections. However I decided not to use them to prove my point.
As I’ve mentioned in my Stacey Caron Design Spellbinders Spellblogger DT Package video, this month I’m featuring Spellbinders designer Stacey Caron. I love Stacey’s designs! Many of her die-cutting dies are elegant and lean towards the Goth, or Victorian Goth style. And what better way to design an elegant Halloween card, than to use die-cutting dies by Stacey Caron!
Die-cutting Die Buying Tip for Beginners
When I began making cards, I had no idea what I was doing! Although there are plenty of card making “tutorials” out there, I really couldn’t find anyone to share their creative tips or tricks with me. And even though I still consider myself a novice in card making, and I will probably maintain this since I’m always learning something new, I will share with you what I’ve learned so far.
When I first started paper crafting, I longed for my projects to look as beautiful as the ones you see in crafting magazines; and it didn’t take me long to realize that I needed beautiful dies. However you can’t just buy a ton of dies from China, thinking you are loading up your die-cutting arsenal for future projects. This was mistake number one for me! I too went the cheap route (and it’s not all very cheap because as you know they do add up), and now I’m sitting on dies that I don’t use simply because they just don’t go with anything! It’s like buying a beautifully cheap pair of shoes online, yet not being able to wear them!
Your die-cutting dies must make functional sense. You want to be able to use your dies in unison, and that’s where Spellbinders comes in. When you look at the die-cutting dies from Spellbinders, you will notice that their designs are made with the paper crafter in mind. You will find how easily you can combine one set of dies with a different set of dies, and it all magically falls into place! And the best part about my dies from Spellbinders is that I can use them in a hundred different projects and they will all look totally amazing!
In this Halloween Card Tutorial, I’m using two different sets of Spellbinders dies and just look at the results!
It’s About the Layers
Another card making tip I want to share with you is the layering. Everything you design, whether it’s a Handmade Card, or a Mini Album, or a 12×12 Scrapbook layout, layer your die-cuts. Adding dimension to your die-cuts make your designs pop out and look so much better than if everything was placed flat, one right on top of the other.
Make the Die-Cuts Take Center Stage
I began this post by telling you that I purposely used papers other than Halloween to design this Halloween Card, and here’s why. I wanted my die-cuts to take center stage. I didn’t want these beautiful die-cuts to compete with ghouls and ghosts. I believe that they make a statement well on their own; and I wanted the eye to focus directly on the intricate design. And the interesting thing about the papers I used, there’s not one witch, not one ghost in the entire stack. But the colors are perfect for the look I wanted to convey. And as you will see in my Halloween Card Tutorial video is that I also chose to layer the papers as well. The papers that I’m using are from the Black & Gold Shimmer Card Kit from the Card Kit of the Month Club by Spellbinders.
On a side note, the image that you see in the center is one that I created using editing software. There is a funny story behind how the printed image came out. That you will hear of in my tutorial video. I have uploaded a PDF File of my Free Halloween Printables for 2017 here. You’re welcome to them; and I hope that you use them.
This Elegant Pocket Mini Album was crafted using the Spellbinders Designer Series Rouge Royale Deux Diamond Flourish Pocket die by Stacey Caron Design. I can’t begin to tell you how much I loved working with this die! You’ve seen me create an elegant wedding invitation using this very die. Why not make a mini album with it! I LOVE how it turned out.
I hope I’m able to inspire you to use your Spellbinders dies to make your very own elegant pocket mini albums. I truly appreciate Spellbinders for all of their beautiful designs. Regardless what your crafting level is, you’ll be sure to design like a pro, whenever you use your cutting dies from Spellbinders!
This week I bring you a fun and easy Wedding Invitation Tutorial. In this card tutorial, you’ll learn how you can use pocket dies from Spellbinders to make beautiful and elegant card invitations. Whether you’re having a birthday, quinceanera, bridal shower, wedding, or holiday event, these invitations are sure to be a hit!
Shabby Chic Mini Album Tutorial using pocket pages created with the Spellbinders Designer Series Paper Bag Envelope Die-set by Tammy Tutterow. In this start-to-finish tutorial I will show you how you can easily create and design your very own mini album using these set of dies.
I also share how you can decorate each and every single page using your dies from Spellbinders!
With your dies from Spellbinders you are just one die-cut away from making something magnificent! And let’s not forget! Spellbinders also carries a line of beautifully crafted trims and embellishments.
I wanted to keep this Shabby Chic Mini Album Tutorial as easy as can be, so I decided to use my Cinch for the binding. However, you can just as easily use binding rings, be it one two, or three; and decorate them with strips of lace and seam binding for that cute, shabby chic effect.
I hope that you enjoy the video tutorial. It is a lengthy tutorial since this is a start-to-finish and by all means, either bookmark this page or add the video to your personal YouTube playlist for future reference.
In this Shaker Pocket Tutorial, I’ll show you how you can easily create shaker pockets using dies from Spellbinders. I’ll also show you how you can DIY your very own snail mail flip book with just one sheet of 12×12 card-stock! No washi tape needed!
I had a ton of fun creating these shaker pockets and the best part was NO FUSE TOOL needed! Yes! If you don’t own a fuse tool, you can easily make these using your dies from Spellbinders! I hope you enjoy my tutorial. Thank you for watching, and let me know what else you’d like to see me create, in the comments section below. Until next time! Ciao!
If you haven’t noticed, lately I’ve been into Mini Albums. Well, actually mini albums were my first love in paper crafting; and I did mention early in the year that I would try to get back into making these beautiful works of art, as time permitted. I’m so glad I did! Memory keeping is special to me, as I’m sure it’s special to you too. I have tons of pictures, stored in shoe boxes, from when my kids were babies; and I’m on a mission to making Mini Albums so that I can leave behind “the story of us”.
This particular Envelope Pocket Mini Album measures 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 and it holds 6 pocket pages. Each one of the pocket pages includes a photo mat. And yes, the die for the photo mat is included in the Tammy Tutterow Spellbinders Paper Bag Envelope die set! I used my Cinch for the binding, made a chunky charm, with items from my stash, to clip on the spiral binding. I die-cut two large corners with Spellbinders Die D-Lites Garden Weave die, to adorn the top corner on the front, and the bottom corner on the back; and I used Ribbons, Lace, and Bling from Spellbinders A Gilded Life.
Summer Party Themes and Ideas Using Dies from Spellbinders
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Summer Party Themes and Ideas – Summer is in full swing and I have some amazing, fun and super easy Summer Party Ideas, using dies from Spellbinders!
Whether you’re planning a barbecue, a block party, a birthday party or even a backyard summer wedding, I have some great tips and easy DIY’s that won’t break the bank! When you have the Spellbinders Platinum Die Cutting & Embossing Machine, a handful of fun, decorative papers, and your collection of dies from Spellbinders, you don’t need to spend a fortune at your local party decor store!
From invitations to thank you cards, Spellbinders has a wide array of dies you can use for every occasion and event.
Add some pizazz to your Summer Party tablescape with these cute parting treat boxes.
Create a 12×12 layout to present your Summer Party Theme. The beauty of having a Spellbinders Platinum Die Cutting and Embossing Machine, along with dies from Spellbinders is that you don’t have to have years of crafting experience to use them! You can get your party to look like you hired a party planner or decorator when you use products from Spellbinders!
How about having the best dressed drinking straws on the block? These straws were super easy to DIY! Just use one of the many frame dies that Spellbinders carries, along with their sentiments die befitting the occasion and voila! Instant conversation piece!
Summer parties and barbecues are a great opportunity to break from the routine and the monotony of every day life. It is a chance to bring friends and loved ones together and enjoy each other’s company. Summer time festivities are also an opportunity for kids to meet and make new friends and practice their social skills in a nourishing and fun environment. Make these fun and pretty rosette wands for the kids! They will love you for it!
So what do you think of my Summer Party Themes and Ideas? I hope you are inspired to make your own decorations. It was a heck of a lot of fun…. and oh… sooooo…. easy!
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Spellbinders Products I used for this Summer Party Theme and Ideas Post
Shabby Chic Paper Bag Mini Album Using Spellbinders Dies and Trims
This Shabby Chic Paper Bag Mini Album was a cinch to make! I used 10 black paper bags, chipboard for the spine, glue to glue down the outside gusset and the pocket folds, double sided tape to adhere the inside gusset to the binding system, several dies from Spellbinders and Trims and Bling from Spellbinders. I also used papers and other embellishment pieces from my stash.
Paper Bag Mini Album Ten Page Binding System
This Shabby Chic Paper Bag Mini Album measures 7 x 4 3/4 x 2 1/2. How I wound up with a two and a half inch spine is the following: I knew I wanted to make a ten page mini album, so I used the Hidden Hinge Binding System, with my own variation.
I simply took an entire piece of 12×12 card-stock, cut it in half, and began scoring at the half inch mark. The scoring process I used is: half inch, half inch, a quarter inch, half inch, half inch, a quarter inch. I do this all the way to the end of the paper. The very last score mark will leave you with a gusset that’s a bit smaller than a half an inch; but it still works. You then do the folds in peaks and valleys. The half inch score lines make the peaks, and the quarter inch score marks are the valleys. You then use STRONG double sided tape to adhere the inside of your peaks. What was once a 12 inch wide piece of card-stock, is now about 2 and a half inches!
Once you’ve done this you will use double sided tape all through the back of your binding system to adhere it to the spine. If you are more of a visual learner, and would like me to make a video tutorial on this ten page Shabby Chic Paper Bag Mini Album, let me know in the comments section below.
How I Made the Front and Back Covers
Once you have adhered your binding system to your chipboard spine, it is time to adhere the pages (paper bags). Tip: It is always a good idea to adhere your papers or card-stock to your paper bags before you adhere the bags to the binding system. However, refrain from decorating them at this time.
I began with my back cover. To adhere your back cover, you will use strong double sided tape. You must be precise at placing your first “page” down. This back cover will be your guide. Tip: You don’t necessarily have to slip your page all the way in the gusset. By leaving a little bit of room, it will be easier to turn the pages once it’s complete.
You will do this for the remainder of the pages, always matching placement to the last page you adhered, until you get to the last page. Now that you have the front and the back covers to your Shabby Chic Paper Bag Mini Album, it is time to decorate. Suggestion: Decorate or embellish your inner pages before you do the covers.
Beautiful Mini Album Tags Using Dies from Spellbinders
It was fairly simple to create these elegant Mini Album Tags. I decided to cut my tags using the Spellbinders Amazing Paper Grace Cascading Grace Pockets. These mini album tags sit inside the top paper bag pockets and peek through to adorn the mini album beautifully! You can glue a singular flat-back pearl on top for that additional touch of elegance!
So much detail went into the making of this stunning Shabby Chic Paper Bag Mini Album. I encourage you to watch the video for the album flip-through. I absolutely LOVE making these! And with dies, trims and bling from Spellbinders, I know my next mini album will be just as beautiful!
Full List of Spellbinders Dies and Embellishments Used
Hi friends! I’m making this post short and sweet! I’m announcing my very first Spellblogger Blog Hop! I’m soooooo excited as Spellbinders Paper Arts has asked me to participate in their Spellblogger Blog Hop! The Blog Hop starts promptly on Monday, July 17 at 8:00 am Mountain.
There are a total of 9 Spellbloggers you will visit. I will provide you with their links on the day of the hop. Each Spellblogger will have a Spellbinders entry form embedded in their blog post. You will enter through that entry form. You may enter as often as you wish.
Spellbinders Card Making Kit Review – June for me has been all about using up items from my stash and killing kits! It was not until early this month that I decided to do some “spring cleaning” in my craft room, and I came across past Spellbinders Card Making Kits. The Card Kit I’ll be discussing in particular is the Blue, Navy & Silver Card Making Kit.
Although this kit came out during the winter months, the way this kit was put together you don’t necessarily have to wait until the winter holidays to use it. It’s cool and crisp colors, from the papers to the embellishments are perfect for today’s vibrant and youthful color trends. The number of greeting cards you get from just one kit will blow your mind! I’ve been known to get over 20 beautiful handmade cards from one Spellbinders Card Kit!
Funny thing happened, my husband mentioned in passing that he had gone to get a birthday card for his step-father but was disappointed at the number of nice cards available for men, not to mention the price. He was floored when he realized he wasn’t going to be able to get a beautiful greeting card for under $7.99. He even mentioned how the more elaborate the card, the higher the price was, all the way to $15.99!!! Yes! For just ONE CARD!!!! Sorry about the shouting; but can you believe that??? I’ve been paper crafting for several years now; and truthfully, I haven’t had the need to go out and buy a greeting card because I make my own. But sixteen dollars for one card? Geez!
For me, Spellbinders Card Making Kits wins hands down just on price alone! Like I mentioned, I get a lot of cards from just one kit. And if you add them up, for how much each card would sell at any local retailer, these kits are saving me a bundle.
Ever wondered how to make your own artwork using your crafting supplies? In this tutorial, I will show you how you can create your very own works of art using your dies from Spellbinders!
Some of you may be aware that I have a second crafting channel for my Spanish speaking audience. I called it Manualidades. (You’re more than welcome to subscribe to Manualidades by clicking here.) For this weekend’s project, I decided to create this bright and happy 12×12 layout and use it as artwork for my craft room. Although the video is in Spanish, you can see every step I take in the making of this home decor project. I’m listing the dies I used below.
That’s right! It’s not a typo! I did indeed made 20+ Handmade Cards from just 1 Spellbinders Card Kit! As we paper crafters like to call it, I KILLED THIS KIT! If you follow me on YouTube, you would’ve seen my un-boxing for this month’s Spellbinders Spellblogger package. As I mentioned in the video, I decided on Maker’s Mart February Card Kit of the Month for this month’s project. And just so you know, it doesn’t have to be February for you to order this specific kit.
I used about 98% of this February Card Kit of the Month. It rendered 20, yes twenty Handmade Cards and three 3×3 note cards! With the exception of a stamped sentiment here and a strip of washi-tape there, I stayed true to the kit. I wanted to show you how you can create all these beautiful cards with just one Spellbinders Card Kit.
What I enjoy about the Maker’s Mart by Spellbinders card kits is that you get several dies to go along with your card kit; and once you have gone through your kit, you still have your Spellbinders dies to use over and over and over again! If you would like to get your hands on your very own Maker’s Mart by Spellbinders February Card Kit click here.
It was a lot of fun working with this kit! And friends, I’m not going to lie to you. I did have to set aside a major part of my day to create all these beautiful hand made cards. I knew I didn’t want to leave one strip of paper, one strip of card stock behind. I planned my week, setting aside a day of rest and relaxation ( which you and I very well know it means a day of crafting) and went to work on this kit! And I killed it! I can’t begin to tell you how thrilled I was when I saw the fruits of my labor and how there was almost nothing left!
If you love to send out snail mail as much as I do, you are well aware of how costly this practice can be. You can’t walk into your local supermarket or big-box retailer and buy a greeting card for under $5 or $6 dollars anymore. And those little 3×3 cards, they’re what… 99¢ to $1.99? As you’ll be able to view in the following video, I made TWENTY beautiful, one of a kind greeting cards, with just one kit. You do the math.
If you just happened to land on this page and are telling yourself, well, that’s fine and dandy if you have a die-cutting machine! I tell you that’s not a problem! I will link you to several different die-cutting machines that fit just about every need and most importantly every budget. And when you purchase a Spellbinders die-cutting and embossing machine, you know you’re getting quality!
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Creative Ideas using Spellbinders Blooms Three Die D-Lites
Hi Friends and welcome to yet another great Giveaway! In this post I’m featuring one of my favorite go-to dies. The Spellbinders Blooms Three Die D-lites!
It was not too long ago when I made a video response showing how I stored my dies. One of my viewers made a comment as to the amount of dies I own. Now I gotta tell you. I really don’t have that many; but for this viewer, I had plenty! I remember being in her shoes at one time. The wanting to have what others have. The wanting to make what other paper crafters make, but never having enough of the supplies one needs to make all sorts of beautiful crafts! When I first started crafting no one ever told me, or no one ever mentioned on any of the videos I watched, how you don’t need a room full of supplies to make a range of beautiful projects. And this is what this week’s post is about.
I have found that when I’m in need of creating embellishments (especially the floral type), I always go to one particular set of dies. My Spellbinders Blooms Three S2-046. I really like these dies and you have seen me use them in a number of projects. To me the flowers are sized just right. They are easy to put together. You can make them as dimensional as you want, or just glue the medium and small flowers together, add the stamen and you’re good to go! These are soooooo super easy to work with, I just love them!
If you’re just starting out in the world of paper crafting, I highly recommend you get your hands on the Spellbinders Blooms Three dies. Trust me. This set of dies will save you a bundle on paper flowers! The only paper flowers that I now own are leftovers from past design teams; and if you’re a long-time follower (oh I hate that word… follower. Let’s just say friend okay?) of mine, I’m sure you’ve noticed that I only use the ready made paper flowers to show case a design team project for xyz retailer. But for the rest of my projects…. you’ll find me going back to my Blooms Three! That’s how much I love using them!
Here are some of the items I have made using just my Spellbinders Blooms Three dies:
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