Hello everyone! Hope your week is going well. Today I'm participating in a blog hop for Spellbinders sharing cards made with the January club kits. If you have never heard of the Spellbinders club kits you can find out about them here. This year Spellbinders introduced the embossing folder club and it has proven to be a runaway hit. Spellbinders has made the following announcement regarding the embossing folder club:
The response has been so overwhelming this Club has sold out. We will try to bring this design back again at a later time (check our “Past Clubs” section). Be sure to sign up for our Clubs right away on the 1st of the month so as to not miss out on any future designs.
The clear stamp and die set also sold out, however you can still get the clear stamp set as a separate club purchase. For the blog hop today I used the Spellbinders Glimmer hot foil club kit. You should have arrived from the blog of Jeanne Bobish. (Compensated affiliate links used where possible. Using my links allows me to earn a small commission at no cost to you. Thank you for your support.)
When I sat down to start making cards with the Glimmer, stamp and die and embossing folder products I did quite a bit of foiling and had lots of left over pieces. This obviously came in handy for creating a card quickly. When I learned that I couldn't share the card I had made for the hop because it featured the embossing folder I pulled out those pieces and took inspiration from a card that I made last year using Christmas Glimmer plates. You can see that card here (it is the last card in the post). After trimming some of the sentiment strips that needed trimming I determined how I would arrange them. I had a little bit of a different idea for all the sentiment strips, but along the way I lost a sentiment strip and so I had to revise my idea slightly. I adhered all the strips with foam strips and then used Bearly Art glue to adhered the foiled heart. I then adhered the two sentiment strips that say Happy Valentine's Day and added Nuvo Crystal Drops in Gloss Red Berry to the heart. Your next stop on the hop is Lin Brandyberry
Since this is a blog hop there are prizes to be won! Leave a comment on the Spellbinders blog post to be in the running to win a $25 gift certicate. Three winners will be chosen and posted in the blog hop post on Wednesday, January 19th. Commenting closes on Sunday, January 16, 2022 at 11:59 MST.
Thanks for stopping by and have a lovely day!
fun card, I like the idea of using the word strips.
I adore the word strips! So clever and cute!
Really fun design & love the alternating pink & red!
Great idea to use word strips!
Fantastic! I just love your cards. Thanks so much for sharing! ~Big Hugs! Debbie J
The use of the foiled sentiment strips is so clever!
Cute! Love how you use the word strips!
Love this card! The sentiment strips is clever! Thanks for sharing.
Very creative and the words are very effective used like that. Love the heart and colours Rosemary.
Gorgeous card! Thanks for sharing…
Oh Wow, love this card design! Well Done, TFS.
Your card is vert sweet and do-able. Thanks for sharing your creativity.
This is pretty!
Great card. Thanks for sharing.
I like what you've done with the sentiment strips! This is pretty, Rosemary!
I love my Spellbinders dies! Use them ALL the time!
Love your fun card! Can't wait to get my kits!!!!!
Pretty! You might've lost a sentiment strip, but you sure found the right combo for an adorable card
Lovely card! Thank you for sharing your talent!
What a beautiful card!! Love the use of the red and pink for the sentiment strips. Thanks so much for the great inspiration! Stay safe! :)
I really like the sentiment strips.
Nice job!Thanks for sharing.
Awesome card Rosie, love that pretty pink heart and all the clever sentiment bits too. Happy New Year btw. ;) hugs Viv xx
This is so pretty! I love the card layout.
Very pretty card! Thanks Rosie!
Great designs, thanks for sharing, my kits should arrive next Friday
Nice project share. I like the color use for the strips.
Very pretty card!
What a pretty card! I love all the sentiments!
Love the offsetting of the color sentiment strips
So pretty with the heart and the sentiment strips.
Love the color combo! Very pretty card!
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