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  • Writer's pictureBonnie Crane

Spellbinder’s Toolbox Essentials featuring All The Tools

Hello, fellow card makers! Spellbinder's Toolbox Collection is so much fun to create with! Today's cards feature a fabulous die set, All The Tools, and A Cut Above The Reat Sentiments & Die Set. This set is perfect for creating cards for the handy gal or guy! If you struggle with masculine cards, the struggle ends here!

  • Six planks were die cut and debossed using A Cut Above The Reat Sentiments & Die Set from Kraft card stock. The planks were inked with Distress Oxide Walnut Stain using a blending brush. The high points were lightly inked with white pigment ink with a blending tool.

  • Five of the planks were staggered and adhered to a Kraft card stock panel. The panel was trimmed down to 3 3/4" by 5" and adhered to an A2 sized black card base.

  • Using the outline die for the plank, Kraft card stock was cut four times. The sixth plank was stacked and adhered, at an angle, crossing over the empty space in the 'flooring'.

  • The hammer and screwdriver from All The Tools were die cut from black and yellow card stock. The main dies from these tools were also used to die cut black sheet foam. The tools were stacked and adhered to the card. The hammer head is sitting on the stacked plank and crisscrossed over the screwdriver to support it.

  • The sentiment from Everyday Sentiments was also cut from black and yellow card stock. The yellow die cuts were off set on the black and adhered to the card.

  • Black crystals highlight the sentiment.

  • The tools were assembled as they were in the previous card and foam mounted.

  • The tools were laid out on the dot patterned paper and a hole was punctured using a craft pick where they would hang. The tools were adhered and a mini brad placed through or below the tool and hole in the patterned paper.

  • The panel was adhered to an A2 sized black card base.

  • The sentiment from Diamond & Arch Motifs was stamped on red card stock. The sentiment and black foam were cut with the coordinating die and stacked. The sentiment was adhered to the paint roller.

  • Small black crystals were adhered to the saw and paintbrush detailing.


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