Thursday, July 3, 2008

Spellbinders Pre-CHA Sneak Peeks #4!!


Today is day four of the Spellbinders Nestabilities Birthday Party Sneak Peeks!! What do you think so far? Are you drooling over the new dies? Do you want them all? Let me tell you, I have seen them all and I want them ALL!!

I am SO excited to be sharing one of the NEW Spellbinders die sets that will be released at Summer CHA!! Don’t forget to check out the “official rules” for the Spellbinders Birthday Celebration Sneak Peek Party Drawing at the end of this post!! Entering all the drawings will make you eligible for the GRAND PRIZE – a new raspberry Wizard and $500 in Spellbinders dies!! WOW what a Fabulous Prize!!! But even if you missed some of the first ones, enter for a chance to win “my” Sneak die.

The die set I am sharing with you is the FIRST in the new Frameabilities line “Decorative Frames” (S5-005 MSRP $19.99). This die set comes in three pieces, one large piece (4 3/16" x 6 3/16") that will emboss a large frame and cut two different shapes, a smaller frame (2 3/4" x 4 9/16") and a decorative edged solid piece (1 1/2" x 2 1/2"), the two other pieces in the die set are decorative corner elements (1 1/8" x 1 7/16", 1 1/16" x 1 3/8"). The Decorative frame dies are so beautiful with all of the flourishes and swirls, the detail is AMAZING!! I know you’re going to LOVE IT!!

I have created four projects to share with you using the Decorative Frames die set so grab a cup of coffee (or your favorite beverage) & enjoy!

The first project I made is a 6" x 6" girlfriends card. Who doesn’t love a great Girlfriends card! I wanted to showcase the smaller frame and one of the corner elements in the die set. The frame and the elements are cut and embossed with the Wizard using metallic gold Bazzil cardstock. The embossing is so beautiful on the metallic cardstock! If you like the “patina” look of the frame and corner elements I will be doing a tutorial on this technique in a couple of days (after the holiday) so be sure to stop back. I had the perfect picture in mind to use in the frame—my grandma, in b/w swimsuit, and one of her girlfriends at the lake. This is one of my favorite pictures of her! I also used one of my favorite Nestabilities, the Classic and Scallop Circle dies (S4-114, S4-115) to make the girlfriends tag. The designer paper is from Basic Grey (Stella Ruby) and the brown and green cardstock is from Prism.

For the second project, I made a window card using the large die. To make the window you place your spacer plate and the die on the inside of your card with the cut edge face up. Run it through the Wizard and then remove the spacer plate and place the tan embossing mat onto your cardstock and run it through again to emboss it. So your “sandwich” to cut will be—white mat, spacer plate and the die on the inside of your card, white mat. To emboss it will be—white mat, die on the inside of your cardstock, embossing mat, white mat. Doing this will emboss the large frame into the card front and leave you with a window. Using the die as a stencil, I colored the embossed areas using a sponge and three different colors of Ranger distress inks: Antique Linen, Burlap and Lipstick.

When the card is closed it appears to be all one piece but when you open it you see the window and the smaller frame is on the inside of the card.

Here’s a little trick to help you line up the smaller frame, close your card and start in one corner, line up your die and press it down. Easy-peasy!! It lines up perfectly every time!!

What do you think about the tiny little butterflies? Aren’t they so cute! The butterflies were made using one of the decorative corner elements. I cut and embossed the corner elements two times a piece just add a little adhesive down the center and pop the wings up. (Try this: First, adhere the bottom piece, than add the top piece using a little adhesive down the center. Pop up the wings.) The cardstock I used is Cryogen White and Deep Mostly Mauve from WorldWin. The stamped images are from Fancy Pants-Bella Brush.

What do you think so far? Are these frames gorgeous or what?!? I would love to hear what you think!!

The third project is an altered jar. My mom is always saving jars and any other any other thing she thinks I might be able to alter. This cute little jar came out of the box from my mom.

The tag on the front is from the very center of the larger die. It works perfectly! Again using the die as a stencil, I did a little bit of air brushing using Copic markers.

To cover up the lid, I cut out a Petite Scallop Circle (S4-115) from gold metallic Bazzil cardstock. I love to make three-dimensional flowers and one of the corner elements makes a beautiful one! I cut, embossed and stenciled the corner element six times and then layered them. To get the flower to hold the three-dimensional shape, I used some clear silicone adhesive under each flower. For the center of the flower I used a center from a silk flower. The fern leaves are from the Fern Foliage Edgeabilites die (S4-098). I cut, embossed and stenciled the leaves and then cut them apart to make three leaves. I also used the clear silicone adhesive under each leaf. When the jar was all done I filled it up with some yummy Vanilla Sugar body scrub. I think this would make a really great little gift!

Are you still hanging in here with me? I know it’s a long post but I hope you are enjoying the projects!!

Here is my last project. I made a pendant for a necklace using one of the corner elements. It was cut & embossed using a piece of brass from Amaco. Look at all of the detail!! With the 3000 lbs. of pressure from the Wizard it cuts and embosses foils, brass and copper, so beautifully!! To make the pendant, I cut and embossed the top piece and filled the backside in with Dazzle Tac Jewelry Glue from Beacon. Then I cut another shape with the brass and also a piece from lightweight chipboard. Once the glue was dry on the top piece, I added the chipboard and the other piece of brass to finish off the back. After the entire piece was dry I punched holes in it using a 1/8" punch. Then I added the Swarovski crystals.

One of the greatest things about Spellbinders is their dies are so versatile, with the ability to cut, emboss & stencil, the only limit to your creations is your imagination!!

Do you need help with your die cuts or do you have questions on how to layer the mats? Here is a link to some fantastic tutorials on YouTube that show you how to use Spellbinders dies in a variety of die cut machines.

Check out the links in my sidebar at the right (right under my profile) for a complete schedule of blog “sneak peeks” continuing through July 13. If you missed the earlier sneak peek be sure to go back and have a look!
Debbie Olson (June 30), Jennifer Ellefson (July 1) and Wendy Weixler (July 2).

Please leave your comments on this post, I would love to hear what you think of the new dies and the sneak peek projects!

If you have any Questions about the contest, E-mail kim@spellbinders.us for “official” clarifications.

Spellbinders Birthday Celebration Sneak Peek Party Drawing Information

Spellbinders will randomly pick one entry from each of the 14 Spellbinders Sneak Peek Blog reveals as stated in the “Rules”.

This name will be drawn to receive the die being revealed on said blog. These entries must follow all rules stated below to be valid for the drawing.

Entrants visiting all 14 Spellbinders Birthday Celebration Sneak Peeks Blog reveals and correctly entering their information into the 14 separate drawings, as described below, will automatically be entered into a GRAND PRIZE give away of a new RASPBERRY WIZARD and a $500 retail value die package!

Rules

Any participant wishing to be included in the daily drawing for the Spellbinders Birthday Celebration Sneak Peek die give away must adhere to all of the following rules:

1) Participant must click on the provided drawing link on blog to enter each individual drawing on sneak peeks between June 30 and July 13.

2) Participant must type in the subject line the name of the die or dies being revealed.

3) Participant must send their entry for this blog before 12:00 midnight Central Standard Time on July 4.

4) Participant is only allowed to enter each of the 14 Spellbinders sneak peek blog give away drawings one time per sneak peek. Participant must use the same email address daily to be considered for grand prize entry.

5) Spellbinders Design Team members and employees are not eligible for drawing.

Any participant wishing to be automatically entered into the drawing for the Spellbinders Birthday Celebration Sneak Peek Grand Prize drawing, must enter the drawing from all of the 14 blog reveals and follow all the above rules.

Please note:
*Spellbinders will only use email information to contact the winner.
*Spellbinders will not share this email address with any other parties.
*Spellbinders will not use this email information for advertisements or communication other than to contact the winner.
*If you wish to be included in further communications from Spellbinders, please go to their homepage and sign up: www.spellbinders.us

Click here to enter Drawing **NOTE-The drawing for this die has ended. Thank you!**
If you use an e-mail client that does not work with this pop-up box, you may copy and paste this address to send your entry to: NewDierelease@spellbinders.us

Thank you so much for stopping by today & I hope you have enjoyed the Sneak Peek!! Ellen Hutson will be featuring tomorrow's (July 4) Sneak Peak so be sure to check it out!!

I hope you have a great holiday & HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!!!!

Smiles!

Heidi



164 comments:

  1. Wonderful!! You know I LOVE everything you do, and ALL of these projects show your unique and lovely style, PLUS they showcase this lovely diecut!! You rock, girl!! You totally made me NEED this one!!

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  2. The designs you created are wonderful. I love all the layering for the flower. And the card is fantastic. You are fortunate to have a wonderful picture of your Grandma when she was a young woman.

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  3. Your projects are just beautiful. You did a great job. I definitely need to get this set of frames. Thanks for the great ideas.

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  4. Heidi--you did a great job with your preview!!! I love these frames!!!!

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  5. Well, I'm speechless. Those are just lovely creations you made. Thank you for sharing them with us.

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous projects! You are so creative and clever with you ideas!

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  7. Your designs are absolutely stunning! I am adding this to my ever growing list of things to get :D!

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  8. You are right I do want all the ones I have seen already. Love what you have created.

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  9. All the projects are absolutely fantastic, love them.
    Carol

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  10. Wow! You are so clever! I love how you think outside the box!

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  11. You have shown off these new die cuts so wonderfully I have added them to my wish list as well.

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  12. I really like all of your projects, especially the first card! The frames are lovely and I really like the elegance they offer.

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  13. You did a FABULOUS job showcasing these dies--WOW!

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  14. Your projects are wonderful!

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  15. Wow! Your creations are gorgeous! I especially love that necklace, what a fantastic idea! Thanks for sharing!

    By the way, when you click the link to enter the big drawing, it directs you to http://ssomail.charter.net/do/goto_portal

    instead of opening up the persons own mail client. Dont know if this matters or not, I know who to mail it too myself ...lol.

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  16. Beautiful! I'm happy I found your site through the Nestabilities freebies. I am adding you to my favorites and will check back regularly.

    Your work is stunning!

    Denise

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  17. These are just gorgeous cards, stunning!! The click here did not work, had to go the one from yesterday to get the address.
    Karen

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  18. Holy layers - these are magnificent samples!!! (But really bad for my budget)

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  19. CherylQuilts at SCSJuly 3, 2008 at 5:48 AM

    Wow! What a wonderful set! And you sure show so many wonderful ways to use it! Cool!

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  20. These dies are awesome. Your designs are just fantastic! WOW!!

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  21. Wow! I am loving the jewelry ideas! And your card is gorgeous...if you hadn't shown the inside of the card, I never would have guessed that it wasn't just a blank card.

    The wallet is beginning to feel lighter!

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  22. OMG another wonderful new die set and your projects are lovely.

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  23. Wow, great job with these. You have really created a desire that I may not have had without your samples. Beautiful.
    The link to registger is taking me to CHARTER?? It is not doing like the others and taking me to my e-mail. Is it the same address as the others so I can just do it form my e-mail program? Thanks.

    yourrep@roadrunner.com

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  24. These are beautiful...I so love the nestabilities!

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  25. What you did with these dies is amazing!And so is the rest of your blog! I'm subscribing to your blog!

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  26. Another awesome set of dies! Yes, so far I do want them all!! My credit card will not survive!!

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  27. Oh my goodness! Wonderful projects with the new dies. I don't know if I can pick a favourite as I was awing at each one as I scrolled through your post.

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  28. Beautiful projects! What a clever use to make the 3-D flower and I love thwe vintage look you created with the die. TFS!

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  29. Wowza! That necklace is highly creative and just too cool!

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  30. OM Gosh! Your work is TOO MUCH!!!! I mean that in a good way!!! WOW, all these projects for Spellbinders are amazing, I definitely need to put you on my Google Reader so I can see your work everyday! BTW, I'm a MN girl too, come visit my blog and say hi!

    Hugs,
    Amy

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  31. These projects are gorgeous! Especially the embossed flower jar topper! Thanks for all your hints, too.
    kathynruss

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  32. My jaw is on the floor oh my goodness this Die Cut has to be mine!! OHHH I love your creations with it.. Amazing.. WOW...Adding to my MUST have list! :)

    -Ellie

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  33. how cool are these projects. the layering is so stylish. thanks for the peek

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  34. wow! What amazing projects! Each one is lovely and special!

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  35. I'm new to spellbinders. I have ordered the scalloped oval nestabilities and am anxiously waiting for them to arrive. I want them all. I love the frames and what you have done to them!

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  36. I love how you showed these frames using that vintage style-which works perfectly! You've created so many beautiful projects - thank you!

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  37. These projects are just lovely and so creative! I hadn't been to your blog before, but have just "signed on" as I am super impressed by your beautiful work and great imagination! Rae

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  38. Your projects are so creative and inspiring! I think your grandma is adorable! And I love the fact that your mom saves you jars. I have a whole box of little jars and I have been debating about just recycling them...maybe not till after Christmas! Thanks for all of the great ideas!

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  39. Wow...you have some great projects here. Love this new set~

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  40. Such a clever use of the die to make the necklace. Love all of your projects.
    Cheryl

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  41. I cannot wait to get this set- it is to... well, die for! And your creations are spectacular, Heidi!!!

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  42. Hi Heidi, what lovely projects you made with these frames.
    TFS. Eveline.

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  43. Wow every project is just gorgeous. I love what you did with the jewelry - amazing. :)

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  44. Very, very pretty designs Heidi. I really like the beaded pendant. Everything is lovely!

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  45. WOW! Those are some AWESOME creatiosn!

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  46. Wow, wonderful designs.
    Loving the frames as well.

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  47. I love the 3 d flower and also the pendant.

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  48. Oh my goodness Heidi! These creations are simply fabulous. It is hard to pick a favorite. The necklace is beautiful. Thanks so much for the sneak peek. Have a blessed 4th.

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  49. OH my gosh!!!!!!! You are so darn talented! When I first saw this set, I thought, oh yeah, it is by far in my top #2!!!! But what you did with it really pushes it to #1!!!!!

    Love all your super examples.. beautiful!

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  50. Your projects are fantastic!! You are an amazing designer. The dies are fantastic!! I can picture making an amazing scrapbook page with the large frame and some B&W photos. Thanks for the wonderful ideas.

    Marie
    http://scrappingworld.blogspot.com

    scrappingworld@live.com
    jmcramp@telus.net

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  51. This looks like lots of possibilities from this set.

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  52. Awesome projects! Love the different items you made. TFS!

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  53. Fantastic samples! Love these diecuts!

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  54. Wow! What creative ideas. I LOVE the window card. When I first saw the dies, I wasn't sure I needed it...but I love what you did with them...now I must have!! LOL
    ~Lacey Stephens
    www.handstampedbylacey.typepad.com

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  55. OMG I cant wait to get my hands on these!!!! I love love love the scrapbook page you did it is just beautiful!!!!

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  56. Simply stunning!
    I love your sample using Stella Ruby paper and butterflys...yum!

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  57. Neat frame - I like the way you used the frames to show the versatility.

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  58. Everything here looks so amazing!! Love your projects and I can't blame you for loving them!! I do too!! :) Hope you have a wonderful 4th of July weekend!!

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  59. Wow, this is off the charts creative--- LOVE all the projects and the new Frameabilities sure look like a "must have!!!" Hope I win! TFS!!

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  60. Your designs and techniques are AMAZING!! I just discovered papercrafting & spellbinders dies, but have not been quite sure what to do with them. Seeing your designs has gotten my creative juices flowing:) Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  61. Wow, these frames look great in white or tone-on-tone. Also like how you found a way to use the "middle" label and those two decorative pieces could be used anywhere. Another addition to the wish list.

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  62. Love all the projects and that jewelry piece is amazing! Bravo!

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  63. Love them!! I am totally hooked on these new dies!!

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  64. OMG, that believe card is stunning!!!

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  65. Your use of the frames is so creative. Thanks for the fun ideas.

    Jackie M.

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  66. You projects are great! How lucky to be able to play with the new dies! My favorite has to be the pendant! Very creative!

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  67. Thanks to Spellbinders for doing this seak peek Without the beautiful optios that you ladies have shown I probably would not have given a second thought to some of the dies.. But you gals make me want them all..thanks so much, everything shown is great..MaryAnn

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  68. The frames are beautiful! I loved the necklace! Thanks for sharing your talent with us!

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  69. wow you have some serious talent- love what you did here!

    Thse frames are really nice!

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  70. Speechless!!! Wow... You go girl!!
    love them all so far. Can't wait till they are available.

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  71. Absolutely stunning! I love the necklace pendant!

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  72. These are pretty neat! Your necklace is amazing. I had no idea the Wizard could emboss metal.

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  73. OMG your samples are terrific and I have the perfect little face to use in those frames (no not mine-my 2yo Granddaughter)
    diane617

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  74. Wow is all I can say. All other words seems tiny.
    Kim Marie

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  75. Wow, your necklace is stunning. Thank for all the great examples.

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  76. These are just great, wonderful frames!

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  77. I love what you have done with the dies - SOOOooooo versatile- especially the necklace. I think I DEFINITELY need this die, especially after I see what you have done with it.

    Cyndee

    cscholet at tampabay dot rr dot com

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  78. I love these things and want them all!

    Denise Wels

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  79. Wow, these design projects are all fabulous!!! You're very creative!! The butterfly is just adorable and the necklace is gorgeous!! TFS

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  80. Wow, love these dies. All your projects are awesome. Love what yu did with the dies.
    JoAnn scrappingnana4@yahoo.com

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  81. Oh my, that necklace is beautiful!! I love what you did with all the frames. Thanks for the sneak peeks!

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  82. WOW, I am impressed! I love all the creations you made using these frames and embelly pieces. I will definitely put this one on my wishlist!

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  83. Beautiful pendant and that window card is fabulous. Thanks for sharing your creations for us to enjoy! Happy 4th!

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  84. Great ideas! I would not have thought to use just a corner of the die in that way.

    Swedie

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  85. OH MY GOODNESS!!! It just keeps getting better. Your designs are absolutely stunning.

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  86. Wow, these are all amazing. Thanks!

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  87. Terrific! Loved all the projects, especailly the flower out of corner elements. Looking forward to adding this dies to my collection.

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  88. Hi, I'm new to your blog, and I'm so very glad I found you, wow, what an inspiration you are!! Your work is incredible! Keep up the hard work, you have truly been a blessing to me. I just have to 'HAVE' these frames.

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  89. Your card and projects are awesome!!! Thank you for the inspiration. I'm so excited about all of the new templates that Spellbinders has to offer and can't wait for the release date!

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  90. This set is WONDERFUL! Your designs are great! I would love to be able to create such pretty items! Thanks for sharing!

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  91. Wow, you really are good at thinking outside the box. Great job on getting so creative and coming up with ideas most of us would not have thought of. You know we need someone to show us how much we need some of these..lol. These new dies are so much fun!!!

    Great Job!!

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  92. Wow, you really are good at thinking outside the box. Great job on getting so creative and coming up with ideas most of us would not have thought of. You know we need someone to show us how much we need some of these..lol. These new dies are so much fun!!!

    Great Job!!

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  93. Gorgeous projects! Loving all the new designs.

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  94. Wow! You did so much with the one die. Very inspiring! Thank you!

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  95. The jar is adorable and I love the flower on the top. Great job!

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  96. Beautiful creations!!!
    I can't wait to get these dies!

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  97. gorgeous! the believe framed card is my favorite! i love how you used the corner element to make butterflies!!! great work!
    chelle

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  98. OMGosh Heidi! You are so right! Each one I have seen so far, I'm like . . . I got to have that one, but I really, really must have this one! It is so . . . well, you know . . . WICKED AWESOME!

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  99. I love what you've done with it! Wowzers! Ohhhh my poor bank account!
    peggysue

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  100. Love those those frameabilities, your projects are stunning. You blew me away with the necklace!
    Amazing work!

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  101. I forgot to say that the new line featured is frameabilities decorative frame

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  102. I love the new dies. Can't wait to get these frames. Your ideas are absolutely out of this world.

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  103. Oh just love the design you did. This is a neat die. love the cards you made and just love the necklace . Thanks for sharing

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  104. I like this new Frameabilities Line. The "Decorative Frames" are great. Your card is something I would like to try.
    Kate

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  105. Holy Cow 108 comments! Is this contest causing a buzz or what! I just love your cards and ideas. Makes me want to get a Wizard real bad!

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  106. Wow! Your projects are amazing!!! Thanks for the great ideas.

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  107. I love coming to your blog and getting new ideas! You are so creative. Thanks for the help.

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  108. very nice samples! one more die i guess i can't live without!
    tfs, sandyh
    sandyha@comcast.net

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  109. These frames are so pretty ... I absolutely love the scrapbooking page .... stunning!

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  110. I am so impressed with your creations! The way you have shown the versatiliy of this die set is amazing...no wonder you are on the
    DT. I can`t think of the way to correctly tell you this but your amazing talent has overwhelmed me plus made me decide that I absolutely must get this nestibility die. Thanks for sharing.

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  111. These are my fav new dies so far!! Your samples are gorgeous!!! Spellbinders is lucky to have such talented women creating samples for them.
    donna
    donnacalamari@msn.com

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  112. I'm looking at the Decorator Frames... great die set... can see all kinds of things to use it for!!! Have a great weekend!!!
    Denise from PA

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  113. WOW, WOW, WOW -- awesome dies/awesome creations!!! Truly, they are to "die" for!!! ;-)

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  114. WOW!!! Everything you did is beautiful, but the girlfriend card is TOOO fabulous!!! I have some pix like that one of my Mom at the shore in the 30s and that framing would just MAKE them.

    Thanks for all the great ideas!

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  115. Your projects are beautiful. I especially love the first one--its gorgeous. THank you for sharing.

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  116. WOW! All of your projects are BRILLIANT!!

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  117. All your projects were lovely. The first one had such a great "vintage" feel to it. I also loved that fabulous pendant.

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  118. awesome, you did an awesome job w/ these dies. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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  119. Wow!!!
    I justlove all of you artwork. Ihave just discovered nestabilities and will definitely need to get some. Thanks for you awesome artwork!!!

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  120. Your projects are soooo beautiful! You are one talented lady. Thanks so much for the inspiration and I think these frames are a must have. Wow! I am subscribing to your blog right now!

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  121. Wow, When I first saw them I thought they looked kind of busy - and my overwhelm anything you use them with. But, your examples are absolutely stunning. I love what you did with eacy of the different elements. Oh, I hope I win.

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  122. Wow. Wonderful samples for us to see. Thanks.

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  123. starsia_70@yahoo.comJuly 3, 2008 at 7:08 PM

    Absolutely love the girlfriend card. Have similar pictures of my grandmother, never thought to use them on a card like that. kim

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  124. Wow! I am totally impressed with the brass embossing! Great projects!!!

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  125. Amazing!! Your designs are fantastic. Thank you for a great preview.

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  126. They are coming out with some get dies. I love how sophisticated their designs are. I can't wait to get my hands on these. QP

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  127. Wow! Love your designs especially the necklace.

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  128. Another wonderful sneak peek. These dies are incredible. Your ideas make me NEED this one.

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  129. These are absolutely fabulous. I adore the girlfriends layout. Love the soft look. Also I'm awed by your jewelry pendant. I had no idea brass could be cut -- amazing! You have me looking at these dies in an all new light!

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  130. These are fabulous. What wonderful projects.

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  131. Wow, gorgeous work! Love those dies!!

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  132. All your projects are just stunning. I love this new die set and all your creative ideas make me want it even more. TFS

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  133. love the new frames!
    Thanks for sharing your wonderful projects!

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  134. Wendy, WOW! what great designs! You are a true artist!

    Question: The brass that you used...was it the soft metals or did you use stiffer sheet?

    Thanks for your answer!
    Lis

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  135. Hello! Bead Diva here totally needing those dies! You did them justice!! Can hardly wait to order these! Elizabeth Bead Diva

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  136. absolutely love the necklace. Amazing what you can do with a wizard.

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  137. WOW, that first project is amazing! It would be gorgeous as a scrapbook page; I love all of your projects!
    Kathy Camasso

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  138. What wonderful samples of the new dies. I love the page with your grandmother the best!!

    peggy lee

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  139. I'm blown away! Your projects are incredible! Thanks for sharing.

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  140. Wow! you made some amazing projects! I love them!

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  141. These frames are great. Can't wait to order these.

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  142. Awesome creativity! I love it when a die has limitless possibilities, your projects are beautiful. TFS.

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  143. Great ideas. Love everything you did! These look like so much fun!
    Denie G

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  144. Simply gorgeous!!! I would love to get my hands on these!!! :O)
    Thanks!!!

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  145. I am so excited can't wait to see them all. If I got a chance to win the frames I would love it.

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  146. These might be my favorites of the new releases. I'm forever needing frames and these are awesome. I'm picturing acetate, vellum, metal, felt, maybe even foam! Oh the possibilities...
    Your designs are fabulous. I also love your Celtic Goddess creation with the Star Nesties.
    -mary

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  147. I am just getting into the world of Nestabilities. I remember seeing them at CKC last year and wondering what they were. I only have two sets. What you have shown here with the Decorative Frames is AMAZING!!!! Thanks to you and Spellbinders for the chance to win.

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  148. The designs are awsome!!!!
    The pictures are priceless!!!
    cpullum@yahoo.com

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  149. The projects that you came up with really highlight the new dies. Thanks for helping me add these to my list. ;)

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  150. Ooooooooo, I can see tons of potential with these! Can't wait for the sales to begin! Ann C
    acclack at msn dot com

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  151. Hey, Girl! Great job as always!
    You know I am a big "Heidi fan"...I do love that new frame die too! :-)
    Holly

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  152. Sorry I missed an opportunity to win the decorative frames set from Spellbinders, however I wanted you to know how much I liked what you did with it. So many possibilities! I may not be eligible for the grand prize as I didn't post on your blog timely but will email them anyway.
    Thanks so much
    Judith

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  153. Fabulous projects, Heidi -- that die is gorgeous! LOVE your necklace -- what a wonderful idea!!

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