Spellbinders Week: Day 2

Welcome to Spellbinder’s week on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog! We’re thrilled to be partnering with Spellbinders for a week filled with fantastic project ideas featuring Spellbinders awesome die templates. With their HUGE selection of die templates in all sorts of shapes and sizes and the ability of their dies to both cut and emboss, they’re the perfect addition to any project!

Every day this week we’ll be introducing you to a different Spellbinders collection and sharing fantastic projects ideas, including of course free video tutorials. The best part? Spellbinder’s has generously donated a prize for each and every day this week!

Today’s Prize – Fleur de Lis Squares


Before we move on to today’s videos, I wanted to take a minute to introduce you to Spellbinders.

About Spellbinders

As a scrapbooking and craft enthusiast, Stacey Caron identified the market need for one die cutting system that could function in place of several existing tools. She wanted a comprehensive craft tool that would be universal with manufacturers’ existing products, cut, emboss, be portable, and be sturdy enough to withstand the test of time. As a result of Stacey’s entrepreneurial spirit, and her husband Jeff’s creative ingenuity, in 2003 the Wizard Universal Craft Tool was born, along with Spellbinders patented technology Die Templates for cutting, embossing and stenciling.

Spellbinders Paper Arts manufactures, markets and sells the Grand Calibur™ machine, a large format die cutting and embossing machine, and more than 250 patented and patent-pending products under the following trade names: Nestabilities®—nested die templates offering cutting and embossing capability in ¼” and ⅛” increments; Edgeabilities®—versatile edge and detail cutting die templates;Shapeabilities®—the first free-form, shaped die templates, offering the ability to cut or emboss in the center of cards and in any orientation.

Several new collections have been added since 2008, including: Borderabilities® Petite—5½” card making die templates featuring one-cut edges and elegant embossing detail; Borderabilities Grand—12″ scrapbooking die templates to create full-page borders;Shapeabilities Nested Sets – incrementally sized shaped die templates and Nesties®—Nestabilities sets that combine four die template collections for great savings.

In 2010, Spellbinders introduced the Presto Punch™ machine, the first automatic punching and embossing machine, and theGrand Calibur™ die cutting and embossing machine, which can die cut or emboss up to 8¼” wide.

Spellbinders continues to demonstrate ingenuity, integrity and trend setting ideas while remaining a family-owned, customer service oriented business.

 Introduction To Spellbinders Shapeabilities

Today we’re focusing on Spellbinders Shapeabilities and Grand Templates – the first free form, shaped die templates which offer the most cutting and embossing detail in dies available in the market today. They have a broad array of designs from whimsical to sophisticated – so you’ll find something no matter what your taste.  In the video below we give you a general introduction to the Shapeabilities and Grand Templates and talk about the different categories.  For information on how to cut, emboss and stencil, be sure to check out yesterday’s videos.

 Imagine The Possibilities

Our first card for today was created by Tracy and incorporates the Wonderful Wings Grand Shapeabilities along with some Edgeabilities (which we’ll introduce to you on Thursday).  This card incorporates a number of different techniques – so because of the length of the video we had to divide it into four parts.  You can watch all four parts and dowload the PDF handout below.

Download the pdf handout here

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4


Stamps: Word Play (Stampin’ Up!)

Ink: VersaMark ink (Tsukineko); Basic Black Craft ink (Stampin’ Up!)

Paper: Daffodil Delight CS (Stampin’ Up!); Ebony CS (Bazzill); Sun Kiss Collection (Prima Marketing)

Accessories: Wonderful Wings Grand Shapeabilities, Classic Triple Scallop Edgeabilities, Grand Calibur (Spellbinders); Yellow Solid/Plaid ribbon (May Arts); Primary Ebony Superfine embossing powder, Black Glint embossing glitter, Pearl Gold Sparkle embossing glitter (WOW! Embossing); embossing buddy, mini glue dots, stamp-a-ma-jig (optional), Stampin’ Dimensionals (Stampin’ Up!); Heat It! tool (Ranger); black rhinestones (Kaiser Craft); hot glue (Martha Stewart); flower filigree (Craft Store); Removable Tape Matte (Scotch); Tape Runner XL (thermo-web); Wax paper (Dollar Store)

 Happiness Card

The second card for today is a Paper Crafter’s Library member exclusive, and it’s one that I (Andrea) created. It incorporates the Fleur de Lis Squares die (which Spellbinders is giving away today), the Fancy Tags Two die and the Rose Creations die. I have to say, I absolutely fell in love with the Rose Creations die – I used it to create the pink colored paper roses you see in the picture of the card below. 

Members can view the video and download the pdf handout here.  (You must be logged in to access the page.)


Stamps: Loving Thoughts (Stampin’ Up!)

Ink: Tattered Rose Distress ink (Ranger), Tuxedo Black Momento ink (Tsukineko)

Paper: Almanac Collection A4 paper stack (Prima Marketing); Black Textured CS (Stampin’ Up!)

Accessories: Rose Creations dies, Fancy Tags Two dies, Fleur de Lis Squares dies, Grand Calibur (Spellbinders); Avon Rose Printery flowers (Prima Marketing); White Organza ribbon, flower filigrees, wire cutters (Craft Store); ink blending tool (Ranger); basic pearls, bone folder, paper snips, foam mat, stylus, bone folder, Ribbon scissors (Stampin’ Up!); Empressor stylus (EK Success); dimensional foam (thermo-web); wax paper (Dollar Store); Removable Tape Matte (Scotch); hot glue (Martha Stewart); Tape Runner XL (thermo-web); pearl flourish (Zva Creative)

 Floral Scrapbook Page

The project below is also a Paper Crafter’s Library exclusive – this floral scrapbook page – which was created by Tracy.  She used the Grand Peony Creations dies to create the flowers, and the Classic Scallop Edgeabilities to create her border.  In Thursday’s post we’ll show you how you can use your Edgeabilities to create borders that are longer than the dies themselves (which are 8″ long).

Members can view the video and download the pdf handout here.  (You must be logged in to access the page.)


Ink: Early Espresso Stampin’ Write marker (Stampin’ Up!); Pink Gumball Perfect Pearls Mist (Ranger)

Paper: Piglet CS, Java CS, Classic Vanilla Smooth CS (Bazzill); Rose Red CS, Pretty In Pink CS, Pear Pizzazz CS, First Edition Specialty DP (Stampin’ Up!)

Accessories:  Classic Scallop Edgeabilities, Grand Peony Creations dies, Grand Calibur (Spellbinders); Green flourish rhinestones (Zva Creative); Pink buttons (papertrey ink); Stampin’ Dimensionals, mini glue dots, 1 ¼” Early Espresso Striped Grosgrain ribbon (retired), foam mat, linen thread (Stampin’ Up!); Tape Runner XL (thermo-web); Matte Finish Removable Tape, Tape (Scotch); Empressor stylus (EK Success)

 Creating A Shaped Box Using A Die Cut Image

This last project is one that we actually posted in the Paper Crafter’s Library for our members way back in October 2011.  For this project Sophia used the Nested Apples Shapeabilities to create these adorable apple-shaped boxes.

Apple Box

Paper Crafter’s Library members can access the video and pdf handout here.  (You must be logged in to view the video).

 So there you have it! Day 2 of Spellbinders Week! I hope you’ve found today to be informative and inspirational!

A Bit About Paper Crafter’s Library

The world of paper crafting is HUGE! Whether you are a beginner, or you’ve been creating for years, the sheer number of different products, tools, techniques and project ideas can be overwhelming. After spending 6 years helping thousands of paper crafters around the world become more successful in the creative space through her series of kits, digital tutorials and online classes, Andrea Walford began looking for a new approach to education. In 2011 she launched Paper Crafter’s Library – the first, and still to this day, only website that provides an all-in-one learning solution for paper crafters. With almost 800 videos currently in their library and 4-5 new videos added each week, Paper Crafter’s Library offers comprehensive training on products, tools, techniques, and project ideas. From beginner through to advanced, whether your interest is in stamping, card making, scrapbooking, creating 3D items or altered art – you’ll find all the resources you need to navigate the world of paper crafting in ONE place, organized and indexed so that it’s quick and easy to find.

Be sure to sign up for our free email newsletter which features weekly video tutorials. For more information about Paper Crafter’s Library and how we can help you take your paper crafting to the next level, check out the Benefits of Becoming a Member.

Spellbinders Give-Away

To enter to win the Spellbinders Fleur de Lis Squares Die Template generously donated by Spellbinders, please leave your comment to below.

238 replies on “Spellbinders Week: Day 2”

  1. I have some of the nestiblities and would love to have the one for today. It is rather different and they are so easy to use and the possibilities are endless. Hope I win!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    1. Thanks so very much for this opportunity to view the possibilities of using the different Spellbinders products! It really helps in deciding which ones I’d prefer to purchase. Absolutely love the beautiful Imagine card with the four (!) videos showing all the different techniques used! I would also love to win the beautifully detailed Fleur de Lis square die set!!

  2. I Love the detail in the Fleur de Lis dies!! These would be amazing on projects!! Thanks for the great videos this week, and a chance to win!!

  3. Love these videos!! You are so talented! I just started my spellbinders collection last week with the labels 8 collection – looking forward getting more

  4. I Love the detail in the Fleur de Lis dies!! Thanks for the great videos this week, and a chance to win!! Hugs, Kaylie!

  5. Butterfly antennas are just to die for! Love that butterfly die too. Great videos!

  6. What an neat ornate set of spellbinders. They certainly will add flair to any project. I see great scrapbooking potential. I haven’t used the spellbinders before so am very interested in this weeks intoroduction to them. Thanks

  7. I just love them all….My favorite is the butterfly….Great video info…Love it!!!!!!

  8. I can’t thank you enough for all of the videos and for sharing all the wonderful projects! Can’t wait to try these techniques for my cards and layouts! Thanks!!!

  9. The info you’re providing is WAY beyond any I’ve seen elsewhere. Thank you, so much, for always going above and beyond, leaving nothing out. These projects are wonderful, just as we’d all expect. My list is getting longer…. {heavy sigh with a smile}

  10. I’ve really enjoyed the videos both days. I bought some Spellbinders products, but have been too intimidated to use them yet. Thanks for the instructions!

  11. I love the whole collection! And I’m so excited that (with the exception of the Grand -Series) they can be used on the Big Shot! I love the Fleur de Lis, This might just be one of the first I’m going to buy for my Big Shot! Thank you for sharing these video’s with us, I’m learning a lot about the possibilities of Die-Cutting Machines!

  12. I didn’t realize there were so many different types of Spellbinders to choose from!! I’m learning so much and the week has just started. I love the way you did the antenna on the card ….how striking…great butterfly embellishment.

  13. This is fun! Of course I know the name Spellbinders, but I like learning about the different lines and what the titles mean. Great cards too! Love the versatility of these dies!

  14. Tracy!!
    I’d always wondered about the edgabilities—-and now because of your video tutorials, I can say that all of my questions are answered! They are alot more versatile than I was aware of:) Wow the butterfly that you created on this card is stunning:)

    Talk about stunning!?!? the card that you created with one of the Fleur de lis squares (this is one of the top of my list of Spellbinders that I’ve been saving for:) one of the fancy tags, and the uber Rose creations dies—is so elegant!! I love the pattern and color choice of card stock that you chose to combine—wow—simply lovely:) OH and not to forget the way that you accented with the pearl flourish and the 5 underneath the sentiment:) I just shake my head back and forth in amazement:) LOVE Spellbinders—they are over the top!! It’s funny that this is happening this week—as I’d just phoned my mom (on Saturday) to ask her who had invented/created Spellbinders because I thought that they are so ingenius:) be blessed
    ~Beyond Measure
    PS—I hope that it is okay to put a little blurb and link –on Beyond Measure about your Spellbinders —please notify me if I should take it off:)

  15. Absolutely gorgeous those cards and apple shaped box such wonderful ideas. I just received my big shot and love all the ideas.

  16. It’s all so beautiful. Spellbinders are wonderful I have many and use them all the time on my cards. I just can’t believe that they can come up with so many different shapes. Wished i could afford them all. Thanks

  17. Oh my…it’s my wish list come to light! Especially the Fleur de Lis Squares! I have my fingers crossed 10 times over – I haven’t been able to do much purchasing since I lost my job…this would be heaven. Thanks for the opportunity!

  18. OMG they are so beautiful. I cross my fingers in hope of winning those wonderful dies

  19. Loved the butterfly card …especially the embossed antennas…can’t wait to make the card..there are endless possibilities

  20. Another beautiful card and I have just recently purchased a grand caliber and am getting hooked on using the spellbinders. Love the borders and who wouldn’t be thrilled to receive a project with the butterflies. Do enjoy your library blog. YOU GUYS ARE VERY TALENTED

  21. Your projects and videos are wonderful. Looks like you are having a lot of fun with the Spellbinder dies. The Fluer de Lis Squares are gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win.

  22. Thanks for the great video, you make using the spellbinders so easy. Thanks for the step by step instructions.

  23. Great videos and the butterfly card is so beautiful. Tks for an opportunity to win some SP.

  24. The butterflies are wonderful, I didn’t know these dies existed, but I will look for them thanks for a great video

  25. I have just got the edgeabilities mix and match classics , how did you know. I think i will be making these cards as i have all the the spellbinders necessary. Bye time to play.

  26. What a nice Nestability set! I liked how you used it in the Happiness card–love the pearl accents!

  27. such beautiful projects! I love these dies. Thank you so much for the tutorials.

  28. Well worth looking and getting ideas hope to as I have my grand calibur on order thanks diana

  29. I love how intricate these dies are. I am addicted. I can’t wait toget some of their embossing folders. I look forward to seeing the rest of this week’s posting. Thanks

  30. I loved the way you shared theses dies- I have just gotten my first spellbinders dies and I am just learning how to use them so this is terrific and I would love to learn some more.

  31. I’m all about butterflies. And the giveaway dies are really gorgeous! Would be great to add to my teeny (so far) collection! Such beautiful ideas! Thanks!

  32. I love the detail on today’s give away! It’s gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win.

  33. Beautiful project! I’m adding more things to my list to purchase. I have never used the Edgeabilities, nor have I seen the butterflies before. I love them!

  34. Spellbinders week! YAY! That’s a paper crafter’s equivalent of heaven! Who wouldn’t love to win any of the daily prizes, because Spellbinders is so FAB!

  35. I love Spellbinders. Use them all the time. Would love to win this set.
    Really like the projects you are doing with Spellbinders.

  36. this week is brillant, love all the info. thank you for a chance to win.

  37. I absolutely love my Spellbinders Wizard and have been eyeing a Grand Caliber for quite some time.
    The detail in Spellbinders’ dies is amazing! I’d love to add the Fleur de Lis Squares to my collection.

  38. Just love Spellbinders. I’d say you can never have too many, but my craft room would beg to differ. I will be more than happy to expand into another cabinet if I win, though!!

  39. This is sooo great! Love the Fleur dis lis by spellbinders! The video is great too!

  40. What a beautiful card and the videos were awesome. Thanks for sharing them with us. Thanks for a chance to win a set of Spellbinders dies.

  41. All cards are beautiful but I’m very fund of butterflies so guess what ‘s my favourite card?

  42. Fabulous! The Fleur De Lis Squares is one of my favorite sets… definitely at the top of my wish list! Thanks for the chance! Love the videos and projects today!

  43. I teach card classes with people with disabilities and using spellbinders helps make such lovely, elegant cards with little effort! Love them and I really love the butterfly card!

  44. Oh, I have the fleur de lis rectangles. Would love to add the squares to my small collection as well. Thanks for some great project ideas.

  45. Oh, the possibilities are endless with Spellbinders! I would love to win this prize pack! I have never tried the Spellbinders products, but I am thinking more and more I am going to have to invest some money in these products! What a wonderful job on the samples above!

  46. Gosh – I’ve used embossing folders before and I have a couple of cutting dies – but nothing as beautiful and elegant as these!! Your projects have showcased them beautifully. I especially like how today’s giveaway has all those size options – page, card and tag sized shapes!

  47. Ooo . . . a Spellbinders giveaway on top of delightful tutorials. What a day!!! Thanks . . .

  48. Love the Spellbinders. What a great way to make a great card. The tutorials are wonderful. Thanks for all the great ideas. Bonnie

  49. OOh! thanks for clarifying the numbers categories of spellbinder dies––it’s a little overwhelming trying to distinguish between the types of sets. But, I’ve just received my “Ironworks” motifs and accents package (*needed* that frilly star-like shape for a project swirling about in my mind) and thanks to your *previous* video tip about using the wax paper as a layer when cutting more intricate shapes, I’ll be able to make my great vision manifest without destroying the paper (HEE!). TFS! Seriously! Will there be a video on spellbinders each day this week? I can hardly stand it, I’m so excited! I really love learning to use the stuff I have!

  50. Again your videos are well done, detailed and so full of clear information re the dies!

  51. Now I need to start saving up for the Big Shot and Nestabilities!! Unless I get lucky and win some of these fabulous products. As usual the partnership between PCL and Spellbinders is turning out some great ideas and bringing me inspiration, thank you so much!

  52. Gorgeous!! The possiblities are endless!! Thank you for all the wonderful info.

  53. Jumpin’ Jupiter! You are chock full of spellbinder crafty goodness today! Coming from your YouTube video posting for 06.19, I didn’t even realize there were more (4-parts!) video tutorials and craft ideas for some of the dies shown in in the overview until *after* I left my first comment and was scrolling back up the page.

    I can’t thank you enough, as these Spellbinder dies (and the *gorgeous* Grand Calibur) are my very present obsession. Thanks for feeding my passion. Oh, and embossed and layered butterfly: simply lovely! and heat gun: *way* quieter than mine…

  54. Your projects today are all lovely. The videos are well done, they always are! Love Spellbinders products, can’t wait to see what they’ve got in store for us at CHA coming up soon! The possibilities are limitless!

  55. WOW!!! Thank you so much Andrea for providing this information about Shapeablities … Would love to get the set of butterflies. I know the dies would produce a wonderful finished product for my cards.

  56. WOW another awesome video. Love the shapeabilities dies. Thanks for a chance to win this cute set. I love it

  57. What a beautiful card. I loved your butterfly treatment. Embossing the shadow butterfly really made it pop.

  58. what a great day I have learned so much today, and the projects were great. The card was gorgeous

  59. Lovely card. These videos were packed with great tips. Love the colour combo, embossed antennae and faux bow. Thanks to you and Spellbinders for the fantastic give-aways.

  60. Thank you for more information on the Spellbinders Shapeabilities and Grand Templates Andrea. I did not realise the range of Spellbinders products.
    Tracy, your videos on making the Imagine card today are brilliant. I love how you have layered the butterfly and created the antenna. The faux bow is also great. I would not have thought to wrap the top piece all the way around the horizontal piece on the card. Thank you for the tips.

  61. all over great card, loved the new ideas i got from the spellbinder butterfly, doing the antennae particularly. very interesting, got many new tips from video, didn’t know how to make faux bow. I have to buy a glue gun next, i guess!, if i am going to try to immulate such classy cards.

  62. Aboluteely stunning card! Love it. Embossed antennae is something I haven’t seen beffore. Brilliant idea.
    I’ve never watched to Grand Templates ’cause I thought they are to big for Guttlebug. I was so wrong. These butterflies dies are amazing. Thanks for awesome tutorials and giveaway!
    Eret xx

  63. What an absolutely beautiful butterfly card!! The whole card is wonderful, but the butterfly embellishment is exquisite!! Such depth and sparkle!! Butterfly Template is a “must have”!!

  64. I have always admired Spellbinders products and I love how you have showcased them with your beautiful creations.

  65. Spellbinders Rock!!! I love how versatile they are. So much in each package. How can one girl describe all the happiness the die cuts can provide? THUD!!! Thats me….passing out from excitment. Now that Im back up off the floor….. I adore, love, can’t live without, covet, would give my left arm, for the Fleur de Lis Squares, they are the prettiest die in my humble opinion!!! They add elegance and perfection to any card or layout your heart desires. What a wonderful opportunity to be able to win such Beauty!!!! Can I just say……..PICK ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  66. The Fleur de Lis is truly elegant. With all the weddings this summer, the possibilities are endless. The bride and groom will take notice. This is the perfect detailed layer! I love it!

  67. This is a lovely set for a give away, thank you for the chance to win. I will have to get some of those flowers stamens so I can make some butterfly antenae, clever idea. Lovely cards today also.

  68. I always learn so much from your videos. Love Nesties and have been wanting to try the Edgeabilities and Shapeabilities. Thanks for the great info and inspiration!

  69. Wow! What great cards these dies would make. I love the intricate edges. Thanks for the great videos and the chance to win.

  70. Beautiful, beautiful projects today!! Thank you so much Tracy and Andrea for sharing these. I also appreciate the the intro videos, as they have helped clarify the use of some of the dies, and I have noted some dies that I have not previously seen in my local craft stores 🙂 Looking forward to the next project!

  71. Just love love love Spellbinders and the projects shown are GORGEOUS!! Thanks for sharing such wonderful ideas and a chance to win 🙂

  72. there’s so many beautiful dies – especially with the nestabilities. Love it!

  73. Wow! Gorgeous projects! You ladies are so creative and I just love what you’ve done with these Spellbinders dies. Spellbinders has gone far above what any other company has done with dies. They are just amazing.

    thanks for sharing

    ceashark at aol dot com

  74. I love Spellbinders! One of these day the butterflies, and a few others, will be mine!

  75. More gorgeous projects today! Those cards are just breathtaking! Love the layout – cannot wait until Thursday to see the Edgeabilities! The dies you are giving away today are so beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win and for the incredible inspiration!

  76. These are absolutely elegant and can be used in so many ways! I would love to have a variety for use in not only my cardmaking habit, but also scrapbooking that I’m just getting into.

  77. My love for anything with butterflies is well known. Love the samples today and am keeping my fingers crossed to win some Spellbinders!

  78. I have been reluctant to try Nestabilities in my Cuttlebug for some time now. I think it’s time to try them out, since you have showed me how versatile they are. Thanks.

  79. the frame spellbinders make a project look fantastic! i need to acquire a few of these…they finish off a project and give it it’s own character!!

  80. Ohhh, another one I do not have. Love them. Thanks for the informative information about such a great product. Here’s hoping.

  81. Can’t wait to utilize more of the die-cuts and build my collection. Great video to show how each one works.

  82. What gorgeous projects. Love them all. I love using the Spellbinder dies. They are awesome and so easy to use.

  83. Spellbinders are amazing!!! Love the Imagine the Possibilities butterfly card. Thanks.

  84. What a beautiful set!!! I haven’t seen this one before — it would be cool to add to my stash :

  85. Thank you for the great tutorial Tracy – the yellow card is just gorgeous. I would love to win the Fleur de Lis squares – and will put the butterfly set on my wish list. Thank you for the opportunity to win .

  86. Thanks for the great tutorials and such wonderful ideas on how to use the Spellbinders.

  87. I love these dies and have never been able to find them. So many things that I long for in my collection so little money….thanks for the chance to win them. The projects are wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

  88. Another set of fantastic projects. Spellbinders products are so awesome. I would love to add this to my collection. Thanks for the opportunity.

  89. love the edging in this set, so detailed and pretty, thanks for the opportunity to win and for sahring

  90. What a wonderful card and the video was so helpful…
    What a wonderful way to win…tfs

  91. Stunning artwork! Love the video tutorials…I am such a visual person so these are perfect.

  92. I loved watching the videos. You did a great job going over every detail that anyone watching it could do the card without question. Thanks for a chance to win one.

  93. Fleur de Lis is my favorite matting die. It adds so much texture and interest to any project. Great instructional video, appreciated

  94. I want that rose die! Never saw that one before. Thanks so much for a chance to win!

  95. Spellbinders are awesome. Andrea, I watched your videos yesterday, they were awesome and full on information. I’d love to win more dies!

  96. Love, Love, Love all these tutorials!!!! It’s helping so much to make me a better “spellbinder”!!!!

  97. Would love to win the spellbinder set. Those with the intricate designs produce a real delicate looking card.
    thanx for your tutorials. They are so explicit

  98. The butterfly card is amazing! Thanks for all the step by step videos. The butterfly dies are great I’ll have to add them to my wish list:)

  99. I love, Love, LOVE my Spellbinders Shapabilities, and so do the students in my classes. I’ve used them to create 3-D shapes, mini-albums, and scrapbook pages in addition to cards. Combined with Edgabilities and Nestabilities, the possibilities for projects are endless. I’m SO excited you’re featuring them this week!
    I would be overjoyed to win the set of new releases – it would be like Christmas dream come true for me!!!

  100. I love the few spell binder dies I own. they are some of my mosst used items. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  101. Another wonderful die with so many great possibilities, and thanks for your awesome ideas.

  102. Thanks for the great tutorials and videos of the wonderful Spellbinders products – and for a chance to win !

  103. Beautiful card. Great idea about using wax paper. I wish I would have know about it when i made my Christmas cards using the Fleur De Lis set. It would have made it easier.

  104. I had never seen the Fleur de Lis Squares before. They are so pretty. Thanks again today for all the great videos.

  105. Thanks for demonstrating in depth the techniques used to create such beautuful work. It is amazing how the Spellbinders die cuts can transform paper into amazing art. This is very creative. I am going to have to experience with Spellbinders for myself.

  106. Wow! what a wonderful die set and tuitoria. As I was watching I could think of several things I would like to make as gifts for my friends. It looks so difficult but the tuitorial makes it seem easy. I have many spellbinders dies and use them on almost all my projects in one way or another. I love all of them. Thank you so much for the tuitorial and for the opportunity to try and win.

  107. Great idea to emboss the flower stamen to create the antenni…who’da thought!

  108. Some more great videos ~ thanks for sharing your expertise! Beautiful cards & scrapbook page with lots of variety. Thanks to you & Spellbinders for the chance to win Fleur de Lis Squares die ~ they are gorgeous!

  109. It is never ending the possibillities for spellbinders abilities. There is never enough time in the day to do my crafting now so I think we need and 8th day for crafting. Thanks for the inspirations.

  110. Love the projects you have shared with us all. Thanks for the chance to win these gorgeous dyes!!

  111. Love the edges and those beautiful fleur de lis squares they are lovely and thanks for another chance.

  112. I have to get some of these. The possibilities would be endless for card making and scrap booking.

  113. Thanks for the tutorial, I had not worked with Spellbinders before and really wasn’t aware of all they could do. I am excited now to look into the possibility of getting these to work with. They make beautiful diecuts for cards.

  114. I simply adore butterflies. And Tracy to say the least as usual You have done a spectacular job on this tutorial “Imagine” card. I love the possibilities you have opened up to using this die cut. Thank you !

  115. Just watched Day 2 of spellbinders Love the wax paper tip- it looks so much easier to get the paper out plus with the spellbinders u get an embossed edge which gives the item another dimension with the layered effect of the Butterfly.
    Also wanted to comment on the spellbinding edges they are wonderful as you have limited designs for your cards/pages.

  116. Love these projects and the dies are just wonderful! Thanks so much for the very informative videos!!

  117. Oh how I love butterflies for cardmaking. I hadn’t seen this Spellbinder butterfly die yet. I adore it and must have it. Your cards are so gorgeous. Thanks for the opportunity to win these Spellbinder dies!

  118. Wow, my wish list keeps growing. Thanks for all the wonderful ideas on how to use these great products.

  119. Love these beautiful projects, especially the apple box. How adoreable! Many thanks to you and spellbinders.

  120. Once again your projects always expand my thinking. I had not thought to use different shaped spellbinder products in one project, I love the idea.

  121. Wow!! Yesterdays projects were great! but today’s are even better! I can’t wait to see what happens tomorrow!!

  122. Wonderful…..Wonderful…….Wonderful! Enjoying all the tutorial that you are sharing. Learning alot.

  123. Worlds of creative ideas opening up to me because of your informative tutorials. Keep it up, and you know I ‘ll keep watching. Thanks!!!

  124. You can’t help but love Spellbinders products … And with those great videos technics and projects, it makes it even more irrissistable

  125. I love the tutorials and the tips about using the dies. I don’t like to “re-invent the wheel” and these tips are the answer to a couple of problems I have had. A great big Thank You!

  126. Thanks for all the tips in the Videos. Love the projects and will have to try them.

  127. The tutorial for the butterfly card using the Spellbinders Nestabilities is beautiful! I have never seen the Fleur de Lis Square dies are so elegant and I would love to win them.

  128. Thank you for the overview about Spellbinders and the video showing their various products. So many I want!. Tracy’s card is beautiful and can’t wait to “case” it.

  129. How fun these are! really enjoy the tutorials – they really help to explain the ins and outs of your products. thanks again for the opportunity to win.

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