Monday, November 12, 2018

Spellbinders Stamps and dies

Hello Friends,

Today, I am super excited to share this post. A month back, I received some goodies from Spellbinders. Because of my ill health it took me so long to use them.

 They are 2 combos of cling rubber stamps and coordinating dies by Debi Adams - Twisted and New Arrival. I love how concise  these combos are. They are very cost effective too as dies are part of the set. They have whimsical images and i just love the wordplay of  sentiments.

Let me show you what I created using them.

I created two cards using Twisted set. For the above card, I cut multiple masks with pretzel die and placed them on the bottom of a white card stock panel. I ink blended honey mustard, fossilized amber  and ground espresso distress inks. As we all know, the spellbinder dies are one of the best and give really crisp die cuts. 

I stacked few diecuts for the dimension and colored the top one using copics. I also heat embossed few dots in white for salt. 

For this one, I heat embossed those sprinkles on a beige cards base. On a small off white panel I heat embossed sentiment in black, edge in gold and mounted two pretzel die cuts in red and gold!
Added few blings for finishing touch. It is a simple card but the texture of all the papers and heat embossing makes it really elegant.

Next card showcase the New Arrival stamp-die combo!

Isn't that a sweet stamp?

 I inked a scrap piece of white CS and cut zillion stars out of it using 2 stars from the die.
Mounted all the stars on top part of white card-base. I also cut 3 clouds and use the negative to ink a small white panel. The focal image of  stork is colored with copics and die cut using co-coordinating die.

It is an excellent set to make baby announcement cards as the die is there which makes mass production easier. 

I hope you are inspired by the cards. 

I am really grateful to Team Spellbinders &  Yana Smakula for  giving me this opportunity and believing in me ! I hope you like my creations. 

Thank you so much for being here!