Spellbinders September 2020 Club Kits Blog Hop

Spellbinders Amazing Paper Grace Club Kit September 2020 My Mind's Eye Gingham Gardens Photo Folio by Kathy Clement, Kathy by Design Photo 01

Spellbinders September 2020 Club Kits Blog Hop: Amazing Paper Grace Lattice Overlay

Hello, Friends!  Welcome to the Spellbinders September 2020 Club Kits Blog Hop!  You should be coming here from  Jill’s     blog. Let’s get acquainted with the Amazing Paper Grace Lattice Quadrante Die from the September Club Kit. You can see how I used this versatile die to create a shaker frame HERE.

This versatile die can be used in so many different ways.  But today I used it to create a lacy wrap on the cover of this My Mind’s Eye Gingham Gardens Photo Wallet.  Here’s how to make the overlay.

  • First,  cut a background piece from patterned paper with the large frame die.
  • Next, arrange the 4 quadrant dies inside the large frame.  Connect them with post it tape or low-tack adhesive.
  • Now lay the connected dies over a piece of pearlized cardstock.  Hold in place with a bit of tape.
  • Then run through your die cutting  machine to cut out the lacy overlay.
  • TIP: If the die does not cut completely the first time, rotate it 90 degrees and cut again.  Depending on your machine, you may need to add a piece of cardstock to your sandwich to act as a shim.
  • Don’t forget to run the lacy die through with the embossing pad.  This only takes a second and really makes the details pop.
  • Now adhere the lacy overlay to the background.
  • Finally, wrap the overlay around the top edge of the folio base to create a delicate, lacy doily effect on the folio.

Frame the small sentiment with a cluster of flowers, ribbon and a gorgeous butterfly.  You can find links to these products below.

A Peek Inside

Now turn the card into a photo folio by adding a waterfall and a pocket inside.

Create mini folios for wallet sized photos with your scraps.

Tuck a larger note card and a gift card wallet in the bottom pocket to turn the card into a gift.  Which is exactly what I did.  This was my gift to my daughter in law on her birthday.

Video Tour

I’ve prepared a little video tour of the project with tips and tricks to help you see how all the various parts come together.

 

Spellbinders $50 Gift Card Giveaway

Giveaway:
To celebrate this release, we are giving away a $50 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments on our blog. Hop along for additional chances to win. Giveaway closes on Sunday, September 27th, 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.

My $25 Gift Card Giveaway

Would you like a second chance to win a Spellbinder’s gift card?  Then leave a comment on MY blog post.  One randomly chosen winner will  receive a $25 Spellbinders gift certificate.

I will notify the winner via e-mail and also post the  name at the top of this blog post on   October 3, 2020      . 

If you are the lucky winner, please contact Spellbinders at [email protected]  by    October  4 , 2020     

Please write Spellbinders September 2020 Blog Hop Winner from Kathy Clement’s  Blog in the subject line.

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.

Sign up and Save

Join any Club and save 10% Off the first month. Must use Code NEWSEPT at time of subscription or savings will not be applied.  Coupon code can only be applied to ONE CLUB per transaction. Offer is for individual consumer use only; not for distribution; excludes, tax, & shipping. Not valid on any previous web, phone or retail purchases; cannot be redeemed for cash; cannot be combined with any other offer; void where prohibited; limited to stock on hand. Offer only available 9/23/2020 to 9/30/2020 at 11:59 PST.

On With the Hop

Now let’s get hopping!  Please click on these links to visit all the blogs in the September Hop.

Spellbinders Blog

Nichol Spohr

Tina Smith

Sandi MacIver

Laurie Willison

Bibi Cameron

Michelle Short

Jean Manis

Joy Baldwin

Jennifer Snyder

Virginia Lu

Jill Hilliard

Kathy Clement

Ilina Crouse

Ivana Camdzic

Gemma Campbell

Hussena Calcuttawala

Jenny Colacicco

Now hop on over and see what Ilina has prepared for you.  Then don’t forget to hop over to the Spellbinders blog and leave a comment there to be entered into the $50 prize drawing!

Subscribe to Spellbinders Club Kits HERE.  Subscribe to Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month Club HERE.

I hope I’ve shared some tips, tricks and inspiration that you can use in your next crafty adventure.  If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.

You will find a linked supply list below this post.

Thanks for hopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

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43 thoughts on “Spellbinders September 2020 Club Kits Blog Hop

  1. Brenda S. West

    This one looks easy enough that I might try it. I have grandchildren who would benefit from one of these, as they like photography.

  2. Scraporcraft

    Great look at a project idea. I always think these are amazing treasure boxes. Will watch the linked video a little later.

  3. Lori Sloan

    Hi Kathy! What an amazing project….I love everything about it! Your use of Becca’s die, the colors, the butterfly….gorgeous! Some day I want to make one of your super projects. I’ve never made anything as complicated as this, but some day when life slows down a little…. !

  4. karenladd

    I always love the beautiful cards you design, and that folio is the perfect place to tuck in a note or surprise. Thanks for showing us a whole new way to use that large lacy die by wrapping it.

  5. Ashley Cortez

    You put so much detail into this photo wallet all of the 3D things and the individual pages for pictures is really neat can’t wait to see a video of how it’s done thanks for sharing this beautiful photo wallet and what you have done to it

  6. Sherry Somers

    Very pretty card Kathy. Spellbinders has such cool stuff dont they? and your talent…well, you are a beautiful creator

  7. Suzann Anderson

    Fabulous picture wallet using Spellbinders Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month. Very good tutorial video.

  8. dorothyayotte

    What a lovely lattice set. And the photo book is just beautiful. I was thinking of doing some scrapbooking for the holidays for gifts, and something like this would be so doable!

  9. Helen Budz

    Kathy, what a beautiful folio creation using this Spellbinders die. It works so well with the vintage look of these papers and embellishments. You’ve given me another great way to use my Spelllbinders dies (just placed an order from their warehouse sale). Wouldn’t mind winning a gift card to purchase more (lol). tfs-Hugs-stay well.

  10. Sharon Betts

    Love love, love this project! Lots of my friends are great grandmas and would love to carry one of these to share!

  11. Denise Bryant

    Gorgeous layering and details! I love the elegant style of the Lattice Quadrante Die! Such pretty colors and embellishments on your project!

  12. Gena L Krannig

    Oh Kathy, your daughter in law is going to be thrilled! What a beautiful and thoughtful gift. The front of this wallet is just stunning. The September die is absolutely gorgeous and you’ve dressed it up with such lovely soft colors in your ribbons and flowers. Love the butterfly! The inside is beautiful as well. I’ve always really liked the waterfall design. Thank you for sharing! Hugs!

  13. Susan Steele

    Beautiful die, luv your card colors together with the diecut! And all your embellishments too! And luv all your extra details on the inside too! Thanks for sharing your creation! Hugs, Suzy Q

  14. Terry Law

    What a beautiful card! I have yet to try anything Spellbinders but just love the look of this gorgeous die! You always have such great ideas and inspiration.

  15. Denise Evans

    This is a beautiful card made with that wonderful die! Love this folio and look forward to learning how to make it. Great project Kathy!!

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