Tuesday, May 18, 2021

May Spellbinders Clubs Blog Hop

It is time for the monthly Spellbinders Clubs blog hop of inspiration.There are some beautiful things this month!
I'm showing the Large Die of the Month and this one is called Stitched Card Front, Border and Flower.


The Large Die of the Month for May is a stitching die - but I don't stitch.  I used Sharpie markers to connect the dots! See, you don't have to be a stitcher to use stitching dies! *Ü*
For the sentiment, I used the May Clear Stamp of the Month called Borders & Sentiments.






I added the new Crystal Gems from Spellbinders to the flower centers.  These are the most sparkly and brilliant jewels I've ever used!  I love them!


GIVEAWAY!!
To celebrate this release, Spellbinders is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments on the Spellbinders blog. 
Giveaway closes on Sunday, May 23rd, 11:59 pm MST. The winner will be announced on the Spellbinders blog hop post the following Tuesday. 
The winner is responsible for shipping cost, duties and taxes. 
Please note, store credit (gift certificate) cannot be applied to Club Subscriptions. Store credit can be applied to shop past Club products, Club extras and regular releases.

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43 comments :

  1. Is there a stamp you used for the background color on the large flower?

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    1. I colored it with a marker then lined it with a darker color marker.

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  2. Really looks like are stitched! Love the combination of dies and the sentiment you used

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  3. I totally thought that was string! That looks great.

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  4. Cute card, the flowers look great.

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  5. Love the I hug you with my heart everyday - and those beautiful flowers!! Stunning!

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  6. Very lovely card! I love the flowers.

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  7. Really cute how you not only stitched, but curved the petals...

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  8. I couldn't believe that you hadn't done actual stitching. Like the layout.

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  9. You fooled me I thought you had embroidered the flowers. Great methodology I will use in the future. Also plan to use the method you used to color the larger flower - another idea I plan to employ!

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  10. Such a smart idea.. coz I'm not a stitcher.. and thought I would hardly use these dies. But after seeing your card, I'm sold! Thank you

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  11. Great alternative to stitching when using the large dies! Thank you!

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  12. Stunning stitching! LOVE how you have the flowers on the edge!

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  13. Sharpie Markers for the stitching? BRILLIANT!

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  14. wow, what a fabulous looking card.

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  15. What a lovely card! I love the faux stitching with the marker! Great idea if you don't stitch or if you are running out of time. :) Thank you for the inspiration!

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  16. Marisela Delgado said: So pretty! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  17. I would have never thought to color instead of stitching. Wow.

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  18. Lovely card! Love your faux stitching!

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  19. Beautiful card!

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  20. New ideas for using Sharpie instead of stitching!

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  21. Love the colors you used and love the stitching.

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  22. Great stitching. I have this die and am trying to get up the courage to try it!

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  23. Love how you did the "stitching"

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  24. I think this Large Die set for May is so gorgeous. So many possibilities here. Love your faux stitching.

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  25. I love the colors on your card- so pretty!

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  26. Love the stitched flowers and the beautiful sentiment! Beautiful card!

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  27. very pretty - these flowers are very pretty!

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  28. I love that you drew the lines and colored the flowers rather than stitching them. I need to use my markers more and this is a good way to do that.

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  29. You do such lovely work

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  30. Dionna de Gale-KallooMay 20, 2021 at 1:23 PM

    Beautiful Card!
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  31. Kristina RobinsonMay 21, 2021 at 2:19 AM

    So gorgeous, and my kind of stitching! 😆 love it!

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  32. Lovely stitched card and I love that heartfelt sentiment!

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  33. A very pretty card and I love the sentiment!

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  34. Beautiful card! And the stitching hack is very clever! Another very creative release from Spellbinders. Well done.

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  35. Sweet “sharpie stitching “!! Your card is adorable. I like the flower layering and what a pretty way to accent your sentiment!

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