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Spellbinders June Embossing Folder Clubs

Hey card making friends, thanks for stopping in today.  I have two cards to share with you created with the Spellbinders June Embossing Folder Clubs.  I absolutely LOVE getting these each month.  Spellbinders has the best embossing folders and their 5.5″ x 8.5″ size means I can create a card any size I want, from A2 all the way up to slimline.  Of course they always coordinate with the Club Theme of the month too, giving you great “background noise” for your other kits and dies.

 

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Spellbinders June Embossing Folder Clubs cards

 

I had so many ideas for this embossing folder I really had to sit and decide which one I wanted to create.  I haven’t done a rainbow card for awhile, so here’s a little nod to Pride Month.

hand made greeting card with a a shell embossed rainbow created with new card making supplies from Spellbinders

Spellbinders June Embossing Folder Clubs Card #1

Start by embossing a white card front 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ with this month’s 3D embossing Folder Scattered Shells

Next, using blending brushes, add a ink blended rainbow of colors

Pink Fresh Ink:  Lavender, Ocean Breeze, Key Lime, Sunshine, Sparkling Rose, Raspberry Bliss

Then, once the ink is dry, gently drag a white pigment ink pad across the entire surface to highlight the embossing.

Finally, Gold emboss a sentiment from the Water You Up to Clear Stamp and Die set of the month kit.

 

hand made greeting card with a blue ombre background and a little whale created with new card making supplies from Spellbinders
Spellbinders June Embossing Folder Clubs Card #2

My second card today combines new June kits, the Embossing Kit of the Month, and the Clear Stamp and Die Set of the month.  I couldn’t resist adding that adorable little whale to the card…AND, the sweet die cuts from the Large Die of the month – Whale in a Bottle.

Start by embossing a white card front 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ with the Splish Splash June embossing folder.

Next, use blending brushes to create a blue ombre effect with Pink Fresh Inks:  Ocean Breeze, Aquamarine and Tidal Pond

Then, stamp, color and cut out the little whale and white heat emboss a sentiment on black using the Clear Stamp and Die set of the month Water You Up to.

Finally, die cut some coral and starfish from scraps of colored cardstock.

Copics Used to color the whale:  B23, B00, B000, B01

WANT MORE INSPIRATION FROM THIS MONTHS SPELLBINDERS CLUBS?

hand made greeting card with stitched sea shells, an die cut overlay and embossed background created with new card making supplies from Spellbinderscheck out the Stitched Shell Card Front

hand made greeting card in a bottle shape, with a sea bottom scene and an orca whale created with new card making dies from Spellbindersmy version of the Whale in the Bottle

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9 thoughts on “Spellbinders June Embossing Folder Clubs”

  1. anyasofia [annie]

    Sandi as always you inspire with your designs and the amazing colours you use with these embossing folders x

  2. Fabulous cards, Sandi! Love how you’ve “doctored” the embossing panels
    in your bright colours! Think the first sentiment is so sweet!

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