3 November 2021

Spellbinders | Stitched Ornaments

Hello there, today I have a card and envelope to share with you using the Spellbinders Small Die of the Month Club Kit as well as the Clear Stamp & Die of the Month Club Kit for November 2021. I love the dies you get in the Small Die of the Month Kit, perfect for Christmas and holiday cards. I used the larger ornaments on my card today but there is also a smaller ornament border too. These both have stitching lines but you could easily use them without stitching too. 

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For my card, I started off by die cutting the three standalone ornaments from the Spellbinders November 2021 Small Die of the Month Club Kit from Spellbinders cardstock. I used Lilac Blossom for the bottom layer and Purple Mist for the detail layer. With the detail layer, I threaded Altenew Metallic Thread in the centres to create a star like pattern. The ornament toppers were cut from Spellbinders Brushed Silver Cardstock


I added thread to the toppers and then adhered the ornaments to a panel of Onyx Cardstock with score lines on it (made with a score board and bone folder) with Bearly Art Glue. The thread was then secured at the back. I tied little bows at the front to look like they were hanging. I die cut the snowflake dies from the Spellbinders Chill Bear Etched Dies Set from Royal Amethyst Cardstock and added them to the ornaments with thin foam tape. 


The whole panel was then adhered to an A2 white card base with thin foam tape. I took the sentiment from the Spellbinders Mini Christmas Greetings Clear Stamp & Die Set and stamped it on to white cardstock with black ink. It was cut out and added to the card with more thin foam tape. To finish off, I added a scattering of Spellbinders Silver Mix Color Essential Gems


For the envelope, I took the snowflake image from the Spellbinders November 2021 Clear Stamp & Die Set of the Month and stamped it on to the envelope flap with FSJ Clear Ink. I applied FSJ Silver Embossing Powder and heat set. I thought it would add some sparkle to the envelope! 


I couldn't resist stamping the presents from the set on to white cardstock with black ink. They were coloured with Copic Markers and die cut with the dies. They were simply added to the front of the envelope as an added decoration because they are so cute! 

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I hope that you will check out the Spellbinders Club Kits. It is a wonderful monthly subscription where you receive the kit each month. Designers like myself share inspiration using the kit at the beginning of the month to show you lots of different ways that you can use it. There are also lots of other club kits too, like the Large Die of the Month, so there is something for everyone! If you do subscribe, you will get other benefits from Spellbinders too. Please see here for more information. You can also buy older kits here too.

I have found with black card bases and envelopes that no matter how much I try and brush them before photographing, the photos always seem to pick up bits on the projects. Sorry about that. Thanks so much for stopping by today, I really appreciate it. I hope you have a lovely day! 

1 comment:

  1. So elegant and beautiful Michelle, the purple, black and silver colour palette is stunning. I love how you added the extra snowflakes and stamped the envelope too! You make me want to buy dies for stitching as the pattern looks so pretty! Gorgeous card xx

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