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Spellbinders Postage Edge Dies

Hey cardmaking friends, hope you are having a great weekend.  I have 3 cards to share with you today created with the new Spellbinders Postage Edge Dies.  These are new die sets out this month with many different shapes: Slimline, Oval, Circles, Rectangles and Squares.  Each set has a variety of sizes along with plain dies so you can made frames with them too.  A very versatile set of dies to add to your stash.

For my decorative elements, I chose the dies from the recent Sealed Release and a color theme of White, Black, Gold and Fog.  I love this color combo, it’s so quietly elegant, striking and really fits to any occasion.

 

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Spellbinders Postage Edge Dies cards

 

For the background I used the Fan Motif Embossing Folder from the November kits, however, any of Spellbinders Embossing Folders would be fabulous with these layouts.

 

handmade slimline card with a gray and tan background, die cut flowers and a postage edge border created with new card making supplies from Spellbinders Paper Crafts

 

Spellbinders Postage Edge Dies #1 – Slimline Card

Start by creating a slimline card base in white cardstock.  7″ x 8-1/2″, score and fold at 3-1/2″.

Next, cut the largest Slimline Postage Edge Die from white to create the mat on the card.

Then, cut a white piece 2-5/8″ x 7-5/8″.  Ink Blend Distress Oxide Inks in Black Soot and Pumice Stone over the entire surface. then attach to the postage edge die cut piece.

Finally, wrap gold rope around this, before attaching it to the card base with Foam Tape.

Embellish with Sealed Botanical Springs in black and white, Sealed Blooms in Chamomile and Sealed Leaf Springs in Gold.

Next, glue them to the card front.

Finally, create a Gold Seal with the Thanks wax seal and glue over the stems.  I recently did a video on the wax seals here

Embellish with Gold Mix Color Essentials Gems.

hand made For You card with a postage edge rectange and gold and black Ginkgo leaves created with new card making supplies from Spellbinders

Spellbinders Postage Edge Dies #2  – Rectangle Card

Start with a white card base 4-1/4″ x 11″, score and fold at 5-1/2′.

Next, die cut the Rectangle Postage Edge in Fog and attach to the card base.

Then, cut a piece of white cardstock 3-3/4″ x 4-5/8″ and emboss with the Fan Motif Embossing Folder

Finally, die cut a frame with the Fluted Classic Rectangles.

Layer the Fluted Classic piece over the embossed piece and attach with foam tape before attaching to the card base.

Next, Die cut the Sealed Ginkgo dies in Black and gold and attach to the right side of the card.

Then, create a white seal with the For You Wax Seal and attach over the stems near the bottom of the card

Finally, embellish with Gold Mix Color Essentials Gems.

handmade birthday card in white and gray with a postage edge circle frame and gold and black flowers created with new card making supplies from Spellbinders

Spellbinders Postage Edge Dies #3 – Circle Dies Card

Start by embossing a 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ card front with the Fan Motif Embossing folder and then attaching it to a A2 sized top folding white card base.

Next, die cut the postage edge circle in fog.

Then, die cut the fluted classic circle in white.  Cut a second one with the outline dies and emboss it with the Fan Motif Embossing Folder as well.

Attach the embossed circle to the center of the Fog postage edge circle.  Add foam tape to the back of the fluted classic circle and attach over it.  Attach the entire piece to the card front.

Finally, Die cut the Sealed Blooms in Black and Gold, trim the ends and glue them inside the Circle.

Embellish with Gold Color Essentials Gems and a sentiment using the Sealed Sentiments Clear Stamp Set embossed in Gold on white and fussy cut out.

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16 thoughts on “Spellbinders Postage Edge Dies”

  1. oh yes indeedie— I am for sure in trouble—- just when I think I don’t need /want–another item—- haaaa- my late friend ( also named Sandy)– who loved oriental design would love cards made with these… I know she’s looking down from above and enjoying all of this!! The sealer— we use to have vintage stamp sealers from my late Fa-in law—- love the look!!!!! thank you Bless you Sandi girl– Keep on rockin your creativity that you bless us with!!!!

  2. Really pretty cards Sandy! I especially like the card with the Ginkgo leaves. All,are,so,pretty in gray tones on the white.

  3. Waaaaaaaah. Don’t make me want these postage stamp dies Sandi!!!! Stunning cards, the neutral colours look fabulous with the pops of gold. Beautiful work!

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