Spellbinders March 2020 Clubs Inspiration Blog Hop

Stamperia Ceremony Shaker Card Folio Spellbinders APG Elegant Infinity Die of the Month by Kathy Clement Kathy by Design Photo 01

Spellbinders March 2020 Clubs Inspiration Blog Hop and Giveaway! Two Chances to Win!

This hop is now closed.  The randomly chosen comment came from MaryH.  Thank you for  hopping!

Hello, Friends!  Welcome to the Spellbinders March 2020 Clubs Inspiration Blog Hop!  You should be coming here from Brenda’s Blog.  If so, you are right on track.  But don’t worry…I have a complete hop list at the end of this post.  This inspiration blog hop is loaded with great ideas for using the Spellbinders March 2020 Club Kits.  You will want to visit all the blogs in the list, then comment on the Spellbinder’s Blog to let them know you completed the hop. To celebrate this release, Spellbinders is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 5 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments on the Spellbinder’s blog. Hop along for additional chances to win. Giveaway closes on Sunday, March 22nd, 11:59 pm EDT. The winner will be announced in the blog hop post the following Tuesday. The winner is responsible for shipping cost, duties and taxes.

Spellbinders is also allowing me to pick a random comment from my blog to receive a $25 gift certificate. I will  announce the winner at the top of this post blog on 3/22/2020.  If you are the lucky winner,   contact Spellbinders at [email protected] by  3/29/2020 with the subject line Spellbinders March 2020 Blog Hop Winner from the Kathy by Design Blog.

Please note, store credit (gift certificate) cannot be applied to Club Subscriptions. Store credit can be applied to shop past Club products, Club extras and regular releases.  

Stamperia Ceremony Love Card for the Spellbinders March 2020 Clubs Inspiration Blog Hop

Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month Elegant Infinity Spellbinders March 2020 Club Inspiration Blog Hop Stamperia Ceremony by Kathy Clement Kathy by Design Photo 01

I decided to go dreamy and romantic with the Amazing Paper Grace Elegant Infinity Die of the Month Club.  The versatility of this die allowed me to use the square and circle dies to create a lovely shaker frame for this Stamperia Ceremony card folio.  Here’s how:

  • First, die cut the frame from both patterned paper and cream cardstock.
  •  Next,  adhere the die cut layers together to create a sturdy and functional shaker frame.
  • Now, adhere clear cardstock to the back of the die cut frame.  Use an adhesive that dries clear, and wipe off any smudges that might occur.  I use Art Institute Dries Clear Adhesive.
  • Next add  3 layers of 1/8″ foam strips to the back side.
  • Decide where you want to place your shaker frame.  Then place your sequin mix in the center of that area.
  • Finally, adhere the square frame as a diamond to create visual interest.
Finishing Details

I love the fact that this die comes with every element to perfectly finish the card design.

  • Die cut the corner pieces from cream cardstock and the sentiment from gold foil for extra elegance.
  • Next, cut patterned paper with the 2 floral from the collection to create perfectly coordinated flower clusters.

TIP: Cut flower layers from scraps of your patterned paper!

Finish things up by die cutting the sentiment from a bit of Gold Foil paper.

A Peek Inside

The Elegant Infinity Dies found a home on the inside of this card as well.  Die cut the square frame without the inner circle and medallion piece.  Then mat on soft pink cardstock to create an elegant note card.  Die cut the corner piece from cream and patterned paper.  Adhere them together, staggering the edges a bit to create a elegant corner pocket to hold the note card in place.

This vintage button from my stash adorns a little photo folio.

 

Spellbinders March 2020 Clubs Inspiration Blog Hop: On With the Hop

Now let’s get on with this Spellbinders March 2020 Clubs Inspiration Blog Hop!  Here is the list of blog participating in the hop.  The next stop  is Linda Parker’s blog.   You’ll find the complete hop list below.

Spellbinders Blog

Yana Smakula

Nichol Spohr

Tina Smith

Bibi Cameron

Jean Manis

Henriëtte van Mierlo

Daniel West

Gemma Campbell

Dina Kowal

Virginia Lu

Jenny Colacicco

Jill Hilliard

Joy Baldwin

Jennifer Snyder

Marie Heiderscheit

Ashley Tucker

Svitlana Shayevich

Rebecca Luminarias

Brenda Noelke

Kathy Clement

Linda Parker

Varada Sharma

Hussena Calcuttawala

Jeanne Jachna

Michelle Short

Yasmin Diaz

Laurie Willison

Ilina Crouse

Laura Volpes

Alicia Havranek

Channin Pelletier

Michelle Zerull

Annie Williams

Sheri Holt

Norine Borys

Ivana Camdzic

Desiree Kuemmerle

I hope I’ve shared some tips, tricks and inspiration you can use in your next crafty adventure!  If so, I ‘d love to hear from you in the comment section below.  You’ll also find a linked supply list below this post.  To see another project made with the APG Elegant Infinity Dies, click HERE.

Thanks for hopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

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45 thoughts on “Spellbinders March 2020 Clubs Inspiration Blog Hop

  1. MaryH.

    Wow so strikingly attractive and delightful! This aesthetically pleasing card, Kathy, is dazzling. Love your choice of soft, delicate colors and intricate compositions which enhances the romanticism of this captivating card – truly follows Becca’s dies elegant romantic timelessness. The placement of each element carried my eye from one side of the card to the other and made me excited to view the pictures of the inside of the card to see what was next. I LOVE your ability to use pattern–upon–pattern and yet maintain an uncluttered, charming look. And although silly of me, I never thought of using patterned paper to make flowers! If I can be so bold to say, I think you and Becca share the same crafter’s heart. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Diane Fountain

      Kathy, You always do such beautiful and amazing work!! Your craftsmanship is extraordinary!! Thanks for all your sharing!

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  2. Susan Steele

    This is a beautiful, romantic, shabby chic, looking card! And the inside … with all your hidden side flaps and pockets …is gorgeous combined with the Spellbinders dies and Stamperia papers! Thank you for sharing this beauty! Hugs, Suzy Q

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  3. Beth Merrill

    Wow, this card is a feast for the eyes! Any recipient should consider adding it to the list of family heirlooms!

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  4. Barbie Williams

    OMG! This is the most crazy gorgeous thing I’ve seen! I love all the hidden doors, and just the entire beauty of this card/book. AAAAMMMAAAzzing! Thank you so much for sharing your inspiration with us! Your project is truly a work of art!

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  5. Helen

    Oh so lovely, Kathy. The Spellbinders die cuts are such a beautiful combination with this Stamperia paper…over the top elegant with the shaker dimension. All the added touches to this folio just add to the beauty. tfs

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  6. Glenda

    This is a stunner inside and out! I love the diees and of course that paper is to die for. Well done you…stay well my friend!

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  7. Christine Johnson

    Wow! Your card/photo folio is gorgeous and so romantic Love the papers, shaker element and the beautiful flowers! Overall beautiful design! Tfs Hugs, Christine

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  8. Katie Baird

    Romantic and dreamy is right! This card is downright swoon worthy! I had seen this die used on Becca’s blog, and I love the versatility of it… it really can work for many types of card designs. Praying you and yours stay healthy! Love and hugs, my friend.

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  9. Gena L Krannig

    OMG Kathy, what a gorgeous card folio! And what a pair! APG die and Stamperia paper. You couldn’t come up with a more romantic, luscious duo. I love the color palette and the beautiful peony images. One of my favorite flowers. The shaker window with the floral background and what you’ve done with the inside is absolutely stunning! Thank you for sharing! Hugs!

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  10. Scraporcraft

    This is one of those kinds of projects that I need a video for. It’s like a treasure box! I’ve never seen anything like this created so I’m subscribing for more.

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  11. karenladd

    Kathy, your projects are always so beautiful, and the combination of patterned papers, vintage design and the gorgeous dies by Spellbinders are pure perfection!

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