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[Card Making Ideas] Spellbinders Diamond and Arch Cards

Hi card making friends, thanks for stopping by today.  I have TWO Spellbinders Diamond and Arch Cards to share with you.  Diamond and Arch Motif is the name for the November 22, Clear Stamp and Die Set of the Month from Spellbinders.  After looking at the pretty images, I decided to couple them with my Essential Diamond and Arches Dies to create todays Clean and Simple Cards.

It’s been a minute since I’ve played with my Prismacolor Pencils, so I knocked the dust off of them for today’s projects.

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Spellbinders Nov 22 Clear Stamp of the Month Banner

And apparently, I returned to the 80’s for my color combo choices today, haha. so welcome to my Retro Card Post, LOL, all kidding aside, I do love these bold jewel tones together, they really sparkle.

Spellbinders Diamond and Arch Cards

How to create the Spellbinders Diamond and Arch Cards #1

Start by stamping both the images onto white hammermill cardstock (great for colored pencils), in black ink.)

Next, color the images.  I used PrismaColor Pencils:  PURPLES:  Lilac, Lavender, Violet, GREENS:  Vert Privtemp, Peacock Green, Grass Green, BLUES:  Light Aqua, Aquamarine, Peacock Blue.

Then, Die cut them out with the coordinating dies from the kit.

Finally, white heat emboss the sentiments onto light gray cardstock.

Emboss a 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 white card front with this months Embossing Folder – Fan Motif before attaching it to a top folding white A2 card base.

Next, cut out the arch and use foam squares to attach it to the card front.

TIP – I decided to invert my arch just to change it up a bit.

Finally, use foam squares to attach the art piece and then the sentiments.

handmade white and gray greeting card with a floral rosemaling art piece in the center
How to create the Spellbinders Diamond & Arch Cards #2

To Start, the steps are the same as the above card with the exception of the Diamond being cut for the background.

Final step, embellish both cards with the Essential Gems in Teal.

I hope you enjoyed my card inspiration today and will consider signing up for the Clear Stamp and Die of the Month Club.  It’s great value, and it’s always so much fun to see what comes each month.  You can also put your subscription on hold any month you wish.

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Here’s more inspiration for the November 22, Monthly Club Kits:

November 22 Die of the Month from Spellbinders Die of the Month Club

Spellbinders Nov 22 Glimmer of the Month Glimmer of the Month Club & Embossing Folder of the Month

handmade slimline birthday card in pink green and gold created with new card making supplies from Spellbinders Large Die of the Month Club

 
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9 thoughts on “[Card Making Ideas] Spellbinders Diamond and Arch Cards”

  1. That little image fits perfectly on the diamond and arch. And I love the colours, the silver looks gorgeous. I must use it more :). Also really fun to turn the arch upside down, clever!

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