Hey everyone! Well... here we are in June! Time is just flying by and since it is the 1st of June that means Spellbinders is revealing all of its new kits for this month. You can find out information about the Spellbinders club by clicking here. And don't forget that Spellbinders has value clubs, as well. Click here to check out the different value club configurations. (Affiliate links used. Using my links allows me to earn a small commission at no cost to you. Thank you for your support!) This month the kit is called Wild Hello has more of a birthday theme to it so I will be sharing 3 birthday cards and one that is more of a "just because" type of card.
This card might be my favorite of the bunch. I used lots of the die cut pieces from the kit along with a sentiment from the kit stamp set. The light blue cardstock is also from the kit and was die cut with a Spellbinders Essential die. I arranged all my pieces (didn't glue them down) figured out where to stamp the sentiment, stamped it and then adhered all the pieces. All the pieces except for the cheetah were adhered flush to the cardstock panel. The cheetah was popped up with foam tape. I then adhered the panel to one of the pre-made cards from the kit. Going to add this to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge of anything goes.
This is the just because card and it uses more of the die cut pieces from the kit along with one of the fun pieces of patterned paper from the 6x6 pad included in the kit. Simply trimmed the paper to fit the front of the premade card base, adhered it and then arranged all the different pieces. I finished off the card with a little twine bow.
This card was so simple to create! I used one of the journaling cards from the pack included in the kit, tons of fun puffy stickers, a strip of patterned paper and another piece of die cut cardstock. Each month the card kits include recurring items like a die set, a stamp set, patterned paper, die cut pieces and cardstock. What varies from month to month are the small embellishments and this month's kit included the puffy stickers. I just had to create a card using them. This card is geared toward a girl, but I have enough puffy stickers left over to make a boy version!
The final card uses one of the dies from the super fun die set. There are four dies and the create those trendy 'on the line' sentiment. Obviously I used the birthday one for my card. I die cut it from gold foil cardstock (from the kit) multiple times and adhered them together. I then used another one of the journal cards combined with the fun birthday cake patterned paper. I layered the journal card on the patterned paper rectangle, adhered that to a card base I covered with a bright pink cardstock. I layered on the sentiment strip and then adhered the fun little heart die cuts.
I hope you enjoyed all the cards I created with the kit. I hope to be back in a few days with additional cards as I have a few more ideas for items from the kit. Thanks for stopping by and have a lovely day!