Tuesday, January 01, 2013

One more day to go!!!


It's that time of year again! It's time for Spellbinders to introduce a brand new season of dies, folders, and other amazing products! We're thrilled to announce the Spellbinders Explore Beyond: Sneak Peek and Giveaway!


Beginning January 2, 2013... Readers will have a chance to view product before the rest of the world AND have a chance to WIN these products before they hit the shelves!

I'm so excited! Amazing Paper Grace Becca Feeken and I are kick starting this fabulous event!! Don't miss it!!! Just wait and see what we have created for you!! What a fantastic way to launch a New Year!

17 comments:

  1. Looking forward to your creations by spellbinders to kickstart my inspiration for 2013

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  2. Oooh...I'm excited to see the new stuff coming!!!

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  3. I can't wait for all the new things coming our way!!

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  4. How good is this ,Wow cant wait for more

    Elaine H X

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  5. Woohoo looking forward to it - bring it on!

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  6. Oh. Wow cant wait to see whats coming xx

    Debs

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  7. These are beautiful Darcie. I've always thought about using Sculpey with Spellbinders, but never got around to it. Thanks for showing your beautiful project and letting us know that Sculpey works with Spellbinders!

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  8. OH MY!!!!!!!!! SUCH GORGEOUSNESS!!!!!!!! Your FIRST project looks like an ANTIQUE BOOK!!! (Something I ADORE!) WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) (I LOOOOVE your card too! :) )

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  9. Darcie,
    Besides these new gorgeous die sets, which truely are fabulous, so is the clever way you are using them. Love this book cover idea of yours. I can't wait to try it out and all of these wonderful new die sets. CHA spellbinder releases just breaks the bank every year at this time. I am so addicted and just can't resist. I know you used rub and buff, which is really cool stuff, but you might also try Baroque Art Gilderspaste. It is my new go product, and it works fabulously. It is easier to apply, dries quickly, can be applied to any kind of surface, cleans up easily, comes in many colors and several matalic finishes. A little goes a long way - can you tell I just love the stuff. Try it. I am sure you will be hooked as well.
    Marcie

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  10. I don't do cards in 5X7 but those are just beautiful. Love the labels 28 - think I will have to think about purchasing those. TFS

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  11. I love this idea! I am a polymer clay artist foremost, so I am so excited to see you incorporate paper clay and make something so creative and beautiful! Thanks for the steps!!

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  12. Hi Darsie!

    I adore your project. I love the vintage cover of the album. Thanks for sharing your project. Brenda

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  13. Gorgeous! I just love it! Thank you for the tutorial. I never thought to use my dies with clay. Very clever. I like the new size 5 x 7 and the beautiful Enchanted Label 28. Cannot wait to get them when the come out.

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  14. Thanks for creating the 5x7 dies! It's my preferred card size. Your antique Bible cover card is gorgeous! I will be making it as soon as I buy the dies.

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