Spellbinders Seasonal Label Motifs

Hi card making friends and welcome back.  Today I have 3 cards to share with you created with the Spellbinders Seasonal Label Motifs.  This is a new die collection created by Becca Feeken with 5 sets showcasing Fall, Winter, Holiday, Spring and Summer.

For today’s cards I have used Fall, Winter, and Holiday

You can check out the entire selection on the Spellbinders “August New Arrivals page.

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handmade card with die cut images for a fall scene using new cardmaking supplies from Spellbinders

Spellbinders Seasonal Label Motifs – Fall.

Start with a card front of Fog cardstock attached to a top folding white A2 card base.

Next, die cut the window from fog and white.  Glue together and attach to the center of the card.

Then, die cut all the other elements from scraps of fall colored card stock.

Finally, hot foil the Spellbinders Glimmer Sentiments using Polished Brass Glimmer Foil and Black cardstock.

Hand Made Winter card created with new card making dies from Spellbinders

Spellbinders Seasonal Label Motifs Winter

Start by white heat embossing the Pretty Pines Background Clear Stamp onto a Waterfall colored cardstock.

Next, use the dies to cut out the back panel and all the items for the scene

Then, using foam squares and/or Bearly art glue, attach them to the card front.

Silver Hot Foil the sentiment on white using Yana’s Christmas Sentiments

Finally, embellish with a few silver essential gems

handmade christmas card with die cut lamp and poinsettia created with new card making supplies from Spellbinders

Spellbinders Seasonal Label Motifs Holiday

this is my favorite, I had so much fun making the layers for this card

background brayed with white ink onto the embossing folder and then embossed

To start, use a brayer and Hero Arts Unicorn Pigment Ink.  Brayer the white ink onto the side of the embossing folder with the raised images.

Next, place a half sheet (5-1/2 x 8-1/2), piece of craft colored cardstock on the other side of the embossing Folder and close it.

Finally, use the new Universal Plate System to run it through the Platinum 6 Die Cutting Machine to imbed the ink into the paper at the same time as it embosses it.

Creating the Spellbinders Seasonal Label Motifs Holiday Card:

Start by cutting the inked and embossed piece to 4 x 5-1/4 and mount to the front of a top folding A2 sized white card base.

Next, die cut all the elements for the card:

  • Background is craft and inlaid mirror gold pieces.
  • Poinsettias are Pink Sand card stock with a bit of Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide Ink sponged on
  • Leaves are Hero Arts Kiwi card stock

Finally, the sentiment is Polished Brass Glimmer Foil on Black using the Spellbinders – Yana’s Christmas Sentiments

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Card Making Supplies used for the Spellbinders Seasonal Label Motifs Cards:

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14 thoughts on “Spellbinders Seasonal Label Motifs”

  1. As usual OUTSTANDING makes. Love all of them and the techniques are great; but the first card just makes me happy! Have a great holiday weekend….

  2. Wow! Sandi these are so elegant and so pretty! I particularly love the blue and white Christmas card – it’s stunning. But all of them are beautiful!

  3. Really pretty cards. I like them all, but think the last card is my favorite. Like the kraft and gold center— great focal point.

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