Spellbinders November 2021 Club Kits Blog Hop with Prizes
Hello, Friends! Welcome to the Spellbinders November 2021 Club Kits Blog Hop! You should be coming here from Sandy Nagle’s lovely blog. Today we’re sharing project inspiration from the Spellbinders November 2021 Club Kits.
To celebrate this release, Spellbinders is giving away a $25 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments on the Spellbinders blog. Giveaway closes on Sunday, November 21st, 11:59 pm MST. The winner will be announced in the blog hop post the following Wednesday. ( Winner is responsible for shipping costs, duties, and taxes. 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.)
Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month: Simple Stories Rustic Christmas Tree Slimline Card
My inspiration project is made with the Amazing Paper Grace November Die of the Month. Here’s how to put this card together.
- First, create a slimline card base using elements from the Scalloped Symphony Notecard Dies.
- Next, die cut the small tree die from green cardstock. Then add the filigree insert to the die and cut a second time from gold foil cardstock.
- Now layer the gold foil layer over the green background. Back the tree with foam to add extra dimension.
- Then die cut the Scalloped Symphony Square Decorative Outline and Insert detail from white cardstock. Brush lightly with gold glimmer gel and adhere to the card base.
- Next, adhere the tree over the filigree die cut.
- Finally, add a Simple Stories Rustic Christmas Chipboard over the base of the tree.
Now die cut a gold foil tag greeting using the Perfect Harmony Notecard Embellishment Die from Amazing Paper Grace. Then add a chipboard greeting to the die cut and tuck it in with the floral cluster on the card.
A Peek Inside
Create a gift card pocket inside the card. Embellish it with the Circle Decorative Outline and Insert from the Scalloped Symphony Notecard Die.
This is the perfect spot to tuck in a gift card and a little Christmas treat.
On With the Hop!
Now hop on over to see what craft inspiration Jean Manis has prepared for you on her blog. You can find the complete blog hop order below.
Kathy Clement: YOU ARE HERE
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Join the Club!
If you’d like to learn how to join one of the Spellbinders Club Kits, you can see them all and sign up HERE. To sign up for the Amazing Paper Grace Club Kit of the Month, click HERE.
If you’d like to see more projects made with the Amazing Paper Grace November Die of the Month, please click HERE. To see more projects made with the Scalloped Symphony Dies, click HERE.
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Enjoy the hop!
- Spellbinders Amazing Paper Grace November 2021 Club Kit
- Scalloped Symphony Notecard Embellishment Die
- Amazing Paper Grace Scalloped Symphony Notecard Dies
- Simple Stories Simple Vintage Rustic Christmas Collection
- Gold Foil Mirrored Cardstock
- Red Taffeta Ribbon
- Gold Metallic String
Beautiful. Where the ticket is inserted on the
front, I was thinking you could tuck in some
cash. Be a unexpected gift. thanks for sharing
Amazing detail! So beautiful!
Beautiful, thinking I need that tree though!☺️
This is so pretty! Love it!!
I just adore this card Kathy. I love all the slimline ones. It’s actually what you do with them that impresses me. They are great & beautiful. Be well & TYFS
Another beauty celebrating the poinsettia and frosty winter. What a way to brighten the day.
Amazing! Love the design of all the pretty dies! So pretty!
I really love the filigree tree die. Beautiful card design!
Oh my goodness! You used so many beautiful dies …what an awesome creation! Luv all your little detail embellishments! And the inside is beautiful too! Thanks for sharing another beautiful Christmas creation! Hugs, Suzy Q
A real, ‘the whole kitchen sink type’ of a card with a surprise to boot! What incredible detail and texture! Great Job!
Kathy, Beautiful and unique gift card holder. One glance is not enough to take in all the detail this card has to offer! Thank you for sharing!
Mmm…peppermint and chocolate! 🙂
Hola, Kathy! Such gorgeous cards!
As much as I love your work; I found my self thinking of that lovely Dark Chocolate Peppermint! (Maybe I should have had dinner.) And you work has such a warm-by-the-fireside, homey feel that makes me yearn for my youthful Christmas’ adventures. You always warm my heart and make me smile with your stunning projects…
Neat dies! Definitely ready for the holidays!
Kathy, what a stunner! You have incorporated so many beautiful Christmas elements in this card.
The bows and poinsettias are gorgeous and that die combo is fabulous! I love that cute little gingham Christmas tree. How cute! Thank you for sharing! Hugs!
Your cards are amazing!
Beautiful. Thanks for sharing
Very lovely. I like how it opens.
Love the card. Thanks for sharing your inspiration
As pretty as the outside of this card is, it’s the inside that is drawing my eyes…beautiful poinsettia images!! The shades of green are so pleasing…lovely nature images on the trees, too. Here’s a giggle for you, Kathy. My first glance at this card made me blink twice…that ticket looked like folded up money held with a little clothespin! I think it ‘s the color of that ticket that made my mind jump to “money.” Had to take a more detailed look and found myself giggling at my first thought. Ha! Ha! This week finds me starting my Christmas Countdown project for the grands..25 hot cocoa and hot apple cider cups/mugs ornaments for their tree. With mail taking longer, I want to get the project mailed before Thanksgiving. Time to get to work!
Great card. Love the little pocket inside.
How creative! Thanks for sharing your inspiration!
What a fun old fashioned Christmas card with a twist, I love it!
Nice! Love the tree.
Love the APG dies! Your card is so gorgeous!
Kathy – what a stunning card – this is so beautiful!!!!