I’m pretty excited! If you follow me on FaceBook, you already know I’ve been chosen as Spellbinders guest blogger, after they reached a FaceBook milestone of 12,000 “likes.” I’ve had the pleasure of working with Kelly on this project, and when she said they were going to be doing a “spring cleaning” theme… well, I couldn’t resist!
In the post, you’ll find pictures of my creative space. In addition to an in depth look at how I organize my Spellbinder dies. And, a few of my favorite cards! You’ll have to stop by the Spellbinder blog and check it out!
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In my attempts at Spring Cleaning I’ve unearthed a (brand new) set of Lacey Circles, a set I loved so much I actually bought twice! Although I could exchange this set out for another, I decided to give them away instead. Besides, that’s more fun, right!(Please note, this giveaway is NOT sponsored by Spellbinders. This is, as previously mentioned, a set I had purchased for myself, that I’m kindly giving away.)
All you need to do is leave me a comment telling me how you store your Spellbinder Dies. That’s it! The giveaway is open internationally and will close April 15th 2012. I’ll pick a winner and announce him or her on the 20th! Make sure you stop by the Spellbinder blog to see my guest post!
I was really hoping to create something new for the feature, but time slipped away and we are actually moving from Texas to Washington State… we leave Thursday (like, tomorrow)!
Anyways, I picked four cards to feature with my spring cleaning post. Although they aren’t new, they do offer something I hope will inspire you. In addition to a few video tutorials.
I created this card for my sister’s 21st birthday (which is also tomorrow- the 5th). The details of the card can be seen by clicking the card image itself. There is a video that shows you how I’ve added some finishing details that really complete the image.
I created this card for my brother’s 13th birthday. The details of the card can be seen by clicking the card image itself. With this card, you’ll find a video tutorial demonstrating how to make a shaped card.
And last, but not least…
I created this card for my gramma’s 80th birthday. The details of the card can be seen by clicking the card image itself. With this card, you’ll find two other cards, one that features layering, and another that features simplicity. All with a complete supply list.
Well, back to work! This house wont pack itself! Thanks for stopping by!