Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Introducing Spellbinders Be Merry Collection...

Good morning friends and welcome!  I'm here again with another card using the new Spellbinders Be Merry Collection!  Can you tell I'm in love with these stamps?  I'm having so much fun using different elements of the collection to make my cards.  I'm thinking of so many of my Christmas cards and getting quite a few of them finished way ahead of time! 


My card is 4 1/4" X 5 1/2".  Make card base using white card stock and then add a layer of silver cardstock to the card front.  The paper I chose for the next layer is Heartfelt Creations Snowy Pines collection and I love this shade of green.  I chose one of the sentiments from STP-057 Home for Christmas Sentiments and stamped onto a piece of white cardstock.  This was then layered onto another piece of designer paper and another piece of silver cardstock.  This was glued to the card front and set aside.  

I wanted some flowers for my card front but my Spellbinders flower dies are limited so I used the S5-436 Cinch and Go Flower Etched Dies from Make a Scene Collection by Becca Feeken to make some flowers that look like Christmas! When they were finished they didn't look like poinsettia but the red and green colors does remind me of Christmas and they will do!

Once the flowers were made the card came together so quickly and easily and I think it is a lovely addition to my Christmas card stash!  I hope you enjoy this as much as I enjoyed making it!

STP-057 Home for Christmas Sentiments from the Be Merry Collection
S5-436 Cinch & Go Flowser from Make a Scene Collection by Becca Feeken
Heartfelt Creations Snowy Pines Paper Collection 
White and Silver Cardstock
ANC-814 Lettuce Entertain You Prills
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
Archival Ink Mulberry, Olive and Leaf Green


R's Rue said...

So beautiful.

Leslie Miller said...

You've been making some fabulous cards with this collection, all the way from cute to this gorgeous creation! Sorry to be MIA, but you know the story. I hope it won't be so long before my next visit, sheesh!