Spring is nearly here - sun is on the way.

Well I've been having a whole lot of fun playing with the sunflower spellbinders dies. What an awesome set this is - there are so many different ways to make the flowers up. (and they all look gorgeous). I've made these samples up for the next class at scrapbookcorner. The only stamping is on the centre card which is a stampscapes sentiment.


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My first spellbinders class

This is what I have made for a class at Scrapbook corner - Napier NZ. It is three cards and a giftbox using the spellbinders nestabilities squares, new release Kaisercraft paper and a small stamp set from heroarts. They are so simple but fun!

Go and see all of the details on the scrapbook corner blog (and see the gorgeous samples for the next spellbinders class).
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Oh I've had some fun....

Boys cards are hard - they all like different things - and I'm never sure if I've got it right. But, this one was so much fun to make. It is a digi-stamp from Victoria Case designs. I never thought I would use digi-stamps ( I'm a big fan of rubber - I don't even like polymer stamps that much) but this was fast to receive, cheap and I can make it which ever size I like. There are downsides to the techniques I can use though.

On this card I have used copic markers to colour then cut out with spellbinders inverted scollop (and matted on to a purple scollop circle) The paper is from Kaiser - it is my daughters favourite so we have quite a good stash of it and I think it works well with the mnster boy theme.

The layout is loosely based on one of the sketches from Stampersquest.com - April
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