Hi There! Thanks so much for all the Well Wishes for Jerry :) When I went to his apartment to visit & drop off his get well treats, we sat down together & I shared all of the sweet comments that were left on my post wishing him well. Thanks for not only making my day but his too! He is feeling better as each day passes :)
I have a few exciting crafty "things" to share today. First up, is one of two my projects that was chosen to be printed in the Spellbinders™ New Releases 2010 Summer catalog along with other fabulous projects provided by several members of the DT. Pinch me please!!! Thank you so much Spellbinders™ for the opportunity to create with your amazing products :) As you can probably tell, I am quite excited! Here is one of my projects featured in the catalog In print: You may remember this Wonky Gift Box from my reveal of the Wonky Squares die templates during the Spellbinders™ Blog Frenzy? This box was one of two projects showcasing the new Wonky Squares, if you would like to see the other, please feel free to click HERE.
Next up, is a peek at my second project in the Spellbinders™ New Releases 2010 Summer catalog.
You will be able to see this project in it's entirety in either the catalog or wait until it is shown in the Spellbinders™ gallery :)
Back in June, I was invited to be a Guest Card Maker at the on-line magazine Scrapbook News & Review. Yippee!!! Another great opportunity - thank you Scrapbook News & Review! Along with the following 3 cards, I shared a step-by-step tutorial featuring one of my favorite ways on how to Stencil & Emboss using a Spellbinders™ die template & Impressabilities® template. If you would like to see this tutorial, you must visit the Scrapbook News & Review site.This card features a S4-171 Nested Butterflies die template along with the I2-1002 Butterflies Impressabilities® template.I love the way the edges remain white with this technique. It really accentuates the shape & makes the color "pop".
These lil' flowers are from the S4-200 Flower Bouquet set. This set contains EIGHT different blossoms!
As you can see, there are so many different ways to use Spellbinders™ die templates & one thing that really makes Spellbinders™ die templates unique is the ability to Cut, Emboss & Stencil!
That's all I have for today! Thanks so much for looking - Be Sweet!
Spellbinders™ Nestabilities® S4-289 Wonky Squares, S4-291 Labels Fifteen, S4-294 Beaded Ovals, S4-161 Labels One, S4-190 Labels Four, S4-114 Standard Circles LG, S4-116 Standard Circles SM, S4-249 Big Scalloped Circles LG, S4-110 Classic Ovals LG, S4-112 Classic Ovals SM, Shapeabilities® S4-287 Fanciful Holiday, S4-200 Flower Bouquet, S4-123 Flying Beauties, I2-1002 Butterflies Impressabilities®, S4-242 Big Scalloped Borderabilities® Petite, W-001 The Wizard®