Sunday, March 15, 2020

Two Many Cards Video Series feat. Spellbinders + Giveaway!

Hi, everyone! Samantha Mann and I are back with new videos for Two Many CardsIf you're new to this series, please visit my original post HERE, which explains how and why we're sharing our own unique take on the same products. 

Today, we're so excited to be featuring the super adorable Easter-themed Large Die of the Month from Spellbinders Paper Arts. This die set features a total of nine dies and you can make 3D gift baskets, as well as cards, home decor and more!

I used the same colour theme on both my projects.  The white linen cardstock is from Ellen Hutson and all of the coloured cardstock is from Simon Says Stamp. For your shopping convenience, you can find the links in the supply list below.

I created the 3D Easter basket using three of the dies in the Large Die of the Month club kit. I used three more dies to cut the two types of foliage and flowers.

The card was made using two of the three dies for the basket. I used the same three dies for the foliage and flowers, except I didn't turn the greenery in the basket into flowers. Instead, I added the flowers to the bunnies' ears. I used the remaining three dies to create the two bunnies and their ear and tail details.

I used distress ink and a blender brush to do some light sponging on the bunnies and to anchor the basket. The sentiment is from Concord and 9th's Fine Line Florals stamp set (on sale right now!).


Spellbinders is giving away one $2gift certificate and one lucky winner will be chosen randomly from one of our videos. You must be a subscriber to both our channels! Comments will close at 11:59pm EST on March 22, 2020 and the winners will be announced in the YouTube description for today's video before the next video goes live. Be sure to check back to see if you're one of the lucky winners!

Please head over to Sam's YouTube channel to see her incredible take on this sweet club kit.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


1 comment:

Lindsey said...

These die cut bunnies are so very cute! And your basket is ideal for Easter.