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  • Writer's pictureBonnie Crane

Spellbinder’s 3D Embossing Folder & Large Die of the Month for February

Hello friends! Spellbinder's 3D Embossing Folder of the Month, Easter Egg Hunt, and the Large Die Of the Month, Floral Bunny Basket, are a perfect match! Both products are super sweet and work well together in these sweet Easter cards. And get a load of that bunny! Do I hear a big AWWW!?

Be sure to have a look at Spellbinder's new value pack, The Deluxe Caboodle Club! All 10 clubs and a bonus item are included at a great savings! The February bonus item is the Exclusive Fluttering Hummingbird BetterPress Plates & Die Set.  This set is ONLY available to members of the Deluxe Caboodle Club.

The February "New Subscriber" registration window will be available February 6 - 27th while supplies last.

  • The background panels, pale yellow, pink and coral card stock, were embossed with the Easter Egg Hunt, 3D Embossing Folder of the Month.

  • The flat side of the embossing folder was inked with Pawsitively Saturated inks. Peachy was used on the yellow panel, Cheeky on the pink one and Pucker on the coral panel. Each panel was embossed twice inking the folder each time.

  • The panels were trimmed to 4 1/4" by 5 1/2" and adhered to A2 sized card bases.

  • The bunnies were cut from white card stock with pink details on the bottom of the feet. They are easy to assemble and were put together with liquid adhesive. The tail was attached with a foam square.

  • The outline die for the basket, handle and basket rim were cut from gold foil card stock.

  • The baskets were cut from the same card stock used for the embossed backgrounds.

  • Before assembling the basket, the bunny with its slits by the legs was slipped onto and adhered to the basket rim.

  • The basket was assembled and then adhered to foam die cuts of both the basket and the handle.

  • One of the sentiments included in February's Glimmer of the Month was foiled in gold on the same colour of card stock as the basket. The coordinating die was used to cut both the sentiment and foam. The sentiment was stacked and adhered to the basket.

  • The flowers, stems and leaves were cut from pastel shades of card stock and assembled.

  • The floral design was arranged and adhered to the basket before it was the mounted on the card front Foam squares were used to stabilize the tulips.


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