Today I am showcasing the Amazing Paper Grace August Die of the month which is the Lattice Petal Foldover set, designed by Becca Feeken.
I have two projects to share with you today, the first being this greetings card, which is a Get Well Card. For my card I opted for a soft blue and gold colour combination on a white background.
There is an option to use the square inticate die and and its outline die for the centre,. However, I decided to create a circular centre piece by using two of the semi-circle dies to form one full intricate circle, within a square. Those pretty semi-circles are nice and versatile.
There is a rolled flower die in the set. I made just the one rolled rose to add to the centre of my ribbon bow and added some little leaves, using the leafy die from the set. In all, there are 14 cutting dies included in the set.
I added a tag, made with an old punch, and edged it with pale blue rick rack ribbon I heat embossed the sentiment in gold. The sentiment is from the Make a Scene Sentiments photopolymer stamp set.
For my next project, I made a cute little treat holder. This was really quick and simple to make. First I die-cut the outer intricate panel, and die cut a plain panel for the inside of the treat holder. For both pieces, I scored the embossed lines which form the square around the centre on my scoring board, and the burnished all the straight score lines before adhering the two pieces together. I lined the centre of the inside of my treat older with the intricate square dies included in the set.
It is worth noting, that when the box/treat holder is formed, I found that I did need to carefully trim away some overhanging inner white card stock when folding up the sides.
I made four hinges with the smallest die in the set, and these hold the treat holder together. Then in went my choccie treats.
The current Amazing Paper Grace August Die of the Month set is limited to the month of August only.
If you would like to find out more about the Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month Club, click here. Spellbinders also run several value club options, which are available to those wishing to join several clubs at once. To find out more, click here
There have been some recent changes to the various Spellbinders Clubs:-
- When people first sign up, their card will get charged 5 days from that date. The kit will ship within 10-15 business days. The membership will then recur on the 5th of each month and will ship on the 6th to the 16th.
- Skipping is no longer an option. People may cancel their subscription and rejoin at any time.
- Spellbinders now accept PayPal on club subscriptions.
- People may no longer change their subscription date. The first subscription charge will happen within 5 days from their sign-up date and the subsequent charges will recur on the 5th of each month.
- There is now a black-out window (approximately 6 days before the 1st of the month). This means people won’t be able to join the Club during the blackout window. People can join anytime from the 1st of the month until the blackout window.
FAQ about the kits can be found here
Well, that's it from me for today. I really did enjoy coming up with these two ideas and I do hope you like them.
Thanks for looking. Bye for now.
Stay safe and ..............................."happy crafting everybody!"
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