Sunday, March 15, 2020

Spellbinders March Club Blog Hop

Hello crafty friends!
I am so excited to be participating in the Spellbinders March Club Blog Hop. Yes, Spellbinders!

I've always been a huge fan of Becca Feeken and I am honored to be a member of the Spellbinders Club Influencers Group for Amazing Paper Grace (APG). This is my first month and I couldn't be happier! 


I love geometric shapes and was really excited to use this set. The dies are so beautiful! I made a simple square box and lid from black cardstock and layered on the die cuts in bright and happy colors. I loved the intricacy and I really wanted to focus on that, so I omitted embellishments and focused on the geometric patterns. Simple, yet energetic!
I am in awe of these dies! 

To celebrate this release, Spellbinders is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 5 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments on their blog. Hop along for additional chances to win. I will be drawing for a $25 Spellbinders gift certificate from all comments left here on my blog!  Edited: Giveaway is now closed on my blog. Thank you all so very, very much for your lovely comments! Congratulations Karenladd! Hop along and see what all the talented people have made with their Spellbinders Clubs. It's so inspiring!

Spellbinders Blog
Yana Smakula
Nichol Spohr
Tina Smith
Bibi Cameron
Jean Manis
Henriƫtte van Mierlo
Daniel West
Gemma Campbell
Dina Kowal
Virginia Lu
Jenny Colacicco
Jill Hilliard
Joy Baldwin
Jennifer Snyder
Marie Heiderscheit
Ashley Tucker
Svitlana Shayevich
Rebecca Luminarias
Brenda Noelke
Kathy Clement
Linda Parker
Varada Sharma
Hussena Calcuttawala
Jeanne Jachna
Michelle Short
Yasmin Diaz
Laurie Willison
Ilina Crouse
Laura Volpes
Alicia Havranek
Channin Pelletier
Michelle Zerull
Annie Williams
Sheri Holt
Norine Borys
Ivana Camdzic
Desiree Kuemmerle


Thanks for stopping by today!
Michelle 
<3

30 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous! LOVING the colors and the designs!!!!!

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  2. OMG this is beautiful - you are so creative!!!!!

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  3. Ohhh, fancy! This is really pretty.

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  4. I love the colors you used for this box!

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  5. Wow, using these bold colors gives your box a completely different look!

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  6. Beautifully decorated box, the pattern is fab!

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  7. What a stunning box! I love the layers and how elegant it looks!

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  8. Good use for the box. I like the base and corner contrast.

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  9. That is amazing. It looks so beautiful.

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  10. Great use of colors to show off the intricate dies.

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  11. Love how you used the dies to create the box. Those colors really make the die cuts pop. Great job!

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  12. Beautiful box and very nice colors. Thank you.

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  13. Your box is so beautiful. I am not in this club. I'm in the card kit, and this will be my first month with the small and large die as well. But, I am so enjoying seeing all of the beautiful projects that everyone is making in this blog hop. I am a new cardmaker, and I appreciate all these fabulous ideas. Thank you so much for sharing your inspiration, I really appreciate it!

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  14. Live the colors you used on your box it is so bright and cheerful.

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  15. Oh my gosh! Love all the layering and colors! Fabulous!

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  16. Beautiful work. I love the way you have layered the dies.

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  17. Your box is beautiful! Luv how you layered your die colors! TFS, Suzy Q

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  18. Gorgeous! So simple yet elegant design!

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  19. Awesome colors and details! Love the delicate designs of the dies! Beautiful box!

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  20. Your decision to focus on the geometric pattern of the die made a stunning box. Very beautiful and elegant.

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  21. Wow, this is a work of art and a gift in itself.

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  22. Love your design. ANYTHING 3 d out of paper always amazes me. This box is so pretty. Of course the design is centered on top, and then in half on the sides, just perfect. I assume there was math involved to figure that out.....yikes, just thinking about math.....I'm getting a rash...Beautiful project!

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  23. So pretty with these colors.

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