14 June 2024

Spellbinders | Floral Spray

Hello there, today I have a card and tag to share with you using the Spellbinders Bayfair Collection from Rosie's Studios. The collection includes lots of papers, stickers, embellishments and also three die sets - two of which I am using today. I am combining them with the Timeless Sentiments and also some new tools. 

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I started off my card by die cutting the Spellbinders Floral Spray Etched Dies from various shades of cardstock. I used Spellbinders Purple Mist and Lilac Blossom for the purple flowers, Spellbinders Waterfall and Teal Topaz for the aqua flowers, Spellbinders Glacier and Raindrop for the blue flower and Spellbinders Fruit Punch, Hero Arts Ultra Pink and Hero Arts Plum for the pink flowers. The flower centres were cut from Spellbinders Beeswax Cardstock. The leaves were cut from Spellbinders Peridot and Rainforest Cardstock. 

I love that you can mix and match these flowers however you wish! You can layer them or leave them one layer - the possibilities are (almost!) endless! I adhered them together using Bearly Art Glue. I die cut one of the Spellbinders Nested Postage labels & Tags Etched Dies from white cardstock and then arranged my flowers on top to get an idea of where I wanted the sentiment to be before adhering down. 

I placed a piece of Spellbinders Black Glimmer Hot Foil on top of the panel (shiny side up) and then placed the sentiment from the Spellbinders Always You Timeless Sentiments Press Plates on top (face down). I held it in place with Spellbinders Best Ever Craft Tape and then placed it on my Spellbinders Glimmer Hot Foil System to heat up. Once ready, it was run through my Spellbinders Platinum Six Machine

I carefully removed the plate and foil and then adhered the flowers and leaves to the panel using Bearly Art Glue and thin foam tape. The panel was then adhered to a a US A2 sized white card base with thin foam tape. I adhered Altenew Pocketful of Sunshine Enamel Dots to some of the flower centres and then embellished the card with Spellbinders Silver Mix Color Essentials Gems

Since I had some leftover flowers (I made extra as I wasn't sure initially how many I needed for my arrangement), I made a tag too. I started off by cutting a panel of white cardstock using the new Spellbinders Guillotine Paper Trimmer to 4.25" x 2.5" and placed it inside the Spellbinders 3-in-1 Tag Punch. This punch can cut tags with a 1.5" width, a 2" width or 2.5" width. It just cuts to top of the cardstock into the tag shape, so it can be any length you want, which is great! I used the 2.5" for my tag today. 

I then hot foiled the sentiment from the Spellbinders New Beginnings Timeless Sentiments Press Plates at the bottom using Spellbinders Black Foil and the same method as I did for the card. I adhered the flowers and leaves to the tag using Bearly Art Glue and thin foam tape. 

I added an Altenew Pocketful of Sunshine Enamel Dot to the centre of the purple flower and then embellished with Spellbinders Silver Mix Color Essentials Gems. To finish, I tied Spellbinders Black Journey Twine through the top of the tag and tied in a bow. 



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These flowers are so pretty and I can see myself using them a lot. I also love the font on the sentiments and the postage shape dies are great too! Thank you so much for popping by today, I really appreciate it. I hope you have a wonderful day! 


  1. Michelle your card and tag are gorgeous and I love the colour combination.


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