Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Greeting cards using Spellbinders Celebra'tions for Cut At Home!

Today for Cut At Home, I'm sharing some fun greeting cards using the Spellbinders Celebra'tions line!

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I made five cards in less than one hour! These cards were so much fun to make.
I've used several products from the Celebra'tions line. When you have all the products that coordinate, it makes it so easy to match everything & takes all the guess-work out.

I love the True Color Fusion Inks that Spellbinders has to offer, there are thirteen different inks (all listed here), but today I show you the nine that I own...I have ordered the rest!

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These ink colors are so much fun to work with, and they all coordinate so well together.
They also have an Assorted Solids Cardstock pack that comes with twenty-four pieces of matching, high quality cardstock in both 12x12 & 8 1/2 x 11. I have used several matching colors as a mat on all my cards.

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The stamp set I used today was also from the Spellbinders Celebra'tions line, called Brush Strokes. This is a great stamp to have in your stash to use on cards, mixed-media, smash books, planners, or scrapbook pages.

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I did not have a sentiment stamp on hand that I wanted to use on these cards, therefore all the sentiments you see are printed from my computer. This is something I like to do often, because it gives me such a variety of fonts to use.

2015-07-14 18.42.35-1  Here I added a few enamel dots.

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2015-07-14 18.42.11 I finished this note card off with a little Bakers Twine and a few enamel dots. I also popped up my mat's off the page, to give it a slight dimension.

All five of these cards were so easy to make, and quick! I made all of them in less than one hour. They are great to have on hand for when you need a quick card to hand to a friend, or send in the mail.

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I really hope you've enjoyed today's project, and I'm very glad you've stopped by! 
If you'd like to watch a process video showing one of the cards from start to finish...please check out my YouTube channel.

All the products and measurements used today are listed on Cut At Home's Blog. I hope you stop by there for all the details. 

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