Spellbinders Glimmering Christmas Flora Card and SALE

I’m working my way through the kits this month and I have to say, this Spellbinders Glimmering Christmas Flora Card is my FAVORITE so far.  WOW, what a great glimmer plate.  It would look great in many different colors but I decided to get really bold and gold foil it in black.  Actually, I used Polished Brass Foil as it shows up better as gold in my photos.  I’m thinking Dark Green, Burgundy, dark blue would also be beautiful combos too.  If you look closely at the background you will also see I used the July Embossing Folder, Christmas Wrap Pattern for a little background noise inside my cut out.

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Spellbinders Glimmering Christmas Flora Card

I’m also continuing with my pink theme.  Sorry, but I really hate red and green Christmas cards so you won’t find many around here.  You can use your imagination and change out the colors if that’s what you like.

Handmade christmas card in Black and Pink with gold foil and pink die cut poinsettia created with new card supplies from Spellbinders

Products Used for Today’s Spellbinders Glimmering Christmas Flora Card:

How to create the Spellbinders Glimmering Christmas Flora Card:

Start by using Polished Brass Glimmer Foil to foil the plate into a piece of 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ black card stock, then cut it down to 4 x 5-1/4″.

Glimmer foil the sentiment onto a scrap of black as well and die cut it out with the coordinating die.

Next, cut a Pink Sand card front 4-14″ x 5-1/2″.  Place it inside this months Embossing Folder Club Christmas Wrap Pattern and run it through the Platinum 6.

Then, attach the card front to a side folding A2 sized white card base.  Add strips of foam tape around the back of the black panel before attaching it to the center of the card front.

Handmade christmas card in Black and Pink with gold foil and pink die cut poinsettia created with new card supplies from Spellbinders


Use the poinsettia dies from the Small Die of the Month Club, cutting them out of Pink Sand cardstock.

Next, use a small blending brush and add Pinkfresh Sparkling Rose ink to the centers of the flowers.

Layer the flowers and glue them into place.

Finally, die cut the flower centers in mirror gold and glue them on.

Then, add the sentiment to the center with foam squares.

I also wanted to share with you a NEW SALE Spellbinders just posted.  It’s their Christmas In July Sale with up to 50% OFF on many of their previous Holiday sets.  It’s a great time to stock up and save at the same time.  Today’s products are not included in that sale but there is a great selection to choose from.



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Card Making Supplies used for the Spellbinders Glimmering Christmas Flora card:

Here are the products I used today.  Compensated affiliate links used  where available at no cost to you.

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16 thoughts on “Spellbinders Glimmering Christmas Flora Card and SALE”

  1. Oh my goodness, that’s stunning Sandi! The colors are beautiful and the die cuts are amazing! 🙂

  2. Sandi, you are so good with color and making those colors work on cards. I just don’t have that, my brain doesn’t work like that so I am glad you and many other card makers here (on YouTube) does.
    Thank you for taking the time to make these videos and attaching PDFs to help me print and keep them for reference as it is easier for me to have it on the printed page.
    Many Hugs,

    Pam Sertich

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