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Spellbinders | Combining club kits | A fun twist on inlaid die cutting

Hi friends, I have a fun floral card to share with you today.

I used a couple different club kits from Spellbinders for this card. The idea for this card was inspired by a project that the awesome @laurabassen created for #pinkfreshstudio:

Just like in this card, I die cut the word LOVE in a flowing, vertical layout. From July 2018 large die kit of the month, I used the outline letter dies. This set also has matching real letters that fit into these outlines. So, instead of leaving the letter outlines empty, I added the inside letters which are raised with a foam adhered underneath. Also, instead of tucking in the leaves, I added tiny little floral clusters which I made using dies from a previous card kit.

For my top most layer, I used a paper from Live More collection of PinkFresh Studio. This 6×6 paper pack came in August 2017 card kit from Simon Says Stamp. I used the marble like paper, taped my letters + the largest plain rectangle from Spellbinders Hemstitch Rectangle die set and cut them out. To the left over paper stripe, I adhered a piece of fun foam and die cut the inside letters from it. This way my letters were raised. I attached the negative rectangle piece directly to my white card base using scortape and added the raised letters in the middle of each outline using liquid glue (multi medium matte).

To decorate the card, I cut out several flowers and leaves using dies from previous Spellbinders kits. The flowers were from Spellbinders March 2018 card kit, and the leaves are from their June 2018 kit. I arranged the flower clusters and put the card inside my MISTI. Before permanently adhering them down, I used archival black ink with sentiments from Hero Arts Love stamp and cut set so that my sentiment now reads “Sending you” “love” “xoxo”. Once I was happy with the stamping, I used some foam squares and some multi medium matte to adhere all the flower clusters and also finished this card with some iridescent confetti sequins.

I loved this project – it was so much fun to create and I hope the recipient likes it too. You guys, please do give it a try and let me know how you like it. :-)


For your convenience, I am sharing links to the supplies I’ve used for these cards – click on the picture or link to go directly to the product. If the exact product I used is no longer available, I am sharing links to similar supplies. Wherever available, I have used affiliate links, which means when you make a purchase, I receive a small commission (at no extra cost to you) which I use to run this blog. I truly appreciate your support!

Hugs! ~Varada

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