Sunday, January 15, 2012

Spellbinders Abilities and Beyond Blog Frenzy Day 5

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Welcome to the fifth day of the Spellbinders Abilities and Beyond Blog Frenzy!


Spellbinders™ Paper Arts is absolutely thrilled to bring you our largest product releases ever! These new collections are some of the most innovative and beautiful die cutting and embossing templates in the world! The Spellbinders Abilities and Beyond Blog Frenzy allows you a sneak peek of our introductions for the 2012 Winter Craft and Hobby Association trade show later this month.

Win today’s new Spellbinders products!

Be eligible to win the Grand Prize by entering each day, see the schedule below!

Enter my Blog Frenzy from 12:00 am Eastern Standard Time (EST) January 16, 2012 until 11:59 pm January 17, 2012.

Today’s participating Blog Frenzy includes my blog and Judy Hayes and Holly Simoni’s blogs.

You can enter yesterday’s blogs, Samantha Walker, Christine Emberson and Lesley Langdon’s through January 16 at 11:59 pm EST.

See the Spellbinders Blog for the complete schedule of designers and contest rules.

Thank you Spellbinders Paper Arts for sponsoring this contest!


Here are the new products I am introducing:



Sku Name EL-007 Elegance
MSRP: $9.99
PRODUCT SIZES:
5" x 7"



Sku Name S5-113 Floral Burst
MSRP: $29.99
DIE SIZES:
1: 1 ¼''

2: 2''

3: 4''


I am very excited to be sharing Spellbinders M-Bossabilities™ folder EL-007 Elegance and S5-113 Floral Burst a Cut • Fold • Tuck die templates with you today. I am so excited to feature the new and innovative Spellbinders M-Bossabilities folders! These are unique reversible folders, with 2 separate yet coordinated embossing patterns for twice the designs and double the value! The folders simply flip over, so easy to use! There are 20 new folders, each with 2 designs, and they come in 2 sizes, 5 x 7” and 4 ¼ x 5 ½” for all your paper crafting needs!

Watch this introductory video!



See how to use the new Spellbinders M-Bossabilities in this video!




I am honored to be introducing the new Cut Fold Tuck dies from Spellbinders! These European inspired designs create beautifully layered geometric designs in one pass through your die cutting machine! Simply fold the pieces, tuck them under and watch as the amazing designs develop! With multiple dies in each set, you can easily and quickly create different sized Cut Fold Tuck die cuts, or layer them for wonderful dimensional effects!

Watch this introductory video!




See this how-to video on the new Cut Fold Tuck dies:







To start I used the two larger die templates in the S5-113 Floral Burst set and Racy Raspberry DoubleMates cardstock. The paper is double sided with a light color on one side and a darker color on the other side which is perfect for creating die cuts with the Cut, Fold and Tuck die templates. I used the Grand Calibur® machine to cut/emboss the die cut shapes.


The next step is to lift up and fold the paper on all of the cut lines.


Once all the pieces are folded over then tuck the cut lines behind the previous fold, it's super easy! This is what the die cut will look like once all of the cut lines are folded and tucked in.


Then cut/emboss the largest shape using S5-113 Floral Burst die template and the Grand Calibur with Simply Smooth Ivory cardstock from Discount Cardstock. I inked the entire die cut with Antique Linen Distress Ink before folding and tucking.


Next fold and tuck the die cut. Inking the die cut before folding it will give you a two tone look.


I used EL-007 Elegance M-Bossabilities folder to emboss a piece of Bronze Metallic cardstock from Discount Cardstock. I love the crisp and deep embossing you can achieve using the M-Bossabilities folders!


I lightly sanded the cardstock to reveal the black core.


I used 3D Foam Squares from Scrapbook Adhesive by 3L on all of the die cuts and then layered them on the card front.


Before adding the die cuts I adhered a piece of Antique Gold Satin Wrinkle Ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon.


Here you can see the dimension from layering the die cuts. I added LeCreme pearls from Want2Scrap to the die cuts and some hand made trinket pins for embellishments.



Supplies
Spellbinders: Grand Calibur, EL-007 Elegance M-Bossabilities folder, S5-113 Floral Burst
Paper: Discount Cardstock Simply Smooth Ivory, Racy Raspberry DoubleMates, Bronze Metallic, Soot
Ink: Ranger Antique Linen Distress Ink
Accessories: Really Reasonable Ribbon Antique Gold Satin Wrinkle Ribbon; Want2Scrap LeCreme Pearls; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares; Trinket Pins, Sanding Block



For my second project I altered a wooden plate and candles to create a beautiful home decor centerpiece.


I used S5-113 Floral Burst die templates and Precious Metals Premium Craft Foil (copper) with the Grand Calibur machine to cut/emboss the foil.


The back side of the foil is silver so the foil also works great to achieve the two tone look. I used Scrap Happy Sheer Glue from The Rubber Cafe to adhere all of the foil pieces. There is a fine tip on the applicator on the glue bottle which makes it really easy to apply the glue in all of the small areas. I added black rhinestones from Want2Scrap in the center of the die cuts and along the edge of the plate.


Here is a close up of one of the candles. I used Simply Smooth Ivory cardstock and embossed it with EL-007 Elegance M-Bossablitities folder. Then to add the color I used Distress Inks. I added one of the small foil die cuts to the center of each candle and then added black rhinestones.



Supplies
Spellbinders: Grand Calibur, EL-007 Elegance, S5-113 Floral Burst, Precious Metals Premium Craft Foil (copper)
Paper: Discount Cardstock Simply Smooth Ivory
Ink: Ranger Antique Linen, Vintage Photo, Victorian Velvet Distress Inks
Accessories: The Rubber Cafe Scrap Happy Sheer Glue; Want2Scrap Black Rhinestones; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares; Candles & Wood Plate


By entering the Spellbinders Abilities and Beyond Blog Frenzy you agree to the Official Rules. For questions on the Spellbinders Abilities and Beyond Blog Frenzy, send an email to contestquestions@spellbinders.us; no entries will be accepted at this email address.


TO ENTER:
My blog is open for entries from 12:00 am, January16, 2012, until 11:59 pm, January 17, 2012, EST.

1) Send your Blog Frenzy email entry to: Reaveal14@spellbinders.us

2) The subject must be EL-007 Elegance and S5-113 Floral Burst

3) Send!

Be sure to visit all the Designers on their Blog Frenzy dates!
Daily winners will receive an email within 24 hours of the blog frenzy’s closing. The winners will have 72 hours to reply to that email to claim prize. If a winner fails to respond within 72 hours, a new winner will be drawn.

To be eligible for the Grand Prize, enter each and every Blog Frenzy within its designated time period, send your entries from the email address for each entry. The Grand Prize has a retail value of over $1900 and includes the complete Spellbinders line of die cutting and embossing templates released at the 2012 Winter CHA show, and a Spellbinders Grand Calibur® Die Cutting and Embossing Machine!

I love your comments! Unfortunately your comment does not count as an entry, so be sure to enter as stated above, and then leave a comment!

Thank you for visiting and good luck!!

Hugs & Smiles,Link
Heidi

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99 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card, Heidi!!! Stunning! Great photos of the cut-fold-tuck shape!
    your home decor is beautiful, too!
    see you soon!!!

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  2. Love love what you did with the candles!!

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  3. Heidi, I love your gorgeous projects. Your work always inspires me to try new projects. These new dies look like fun and will try a set of them. Thanks for sharing your awesome projects.

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  4. These are absolutely stunning!!! I am completely in love. That altered plate?? WOW! I can't wait to get my hands on these dies!!!!

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  5. Wonderful projects Heidi! I love the new dies!!

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  6. Oh my... Cut, fold, tuck dies??? What a BRILLIANT idea! The flowers look amazing, and so easy to make! Such beautiful projects. The dies really lend themselves to a variety of crafts, not just card making. :)

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  7. These are amazing dies and you have done beautiful work with them! And I love the M-Bossabilities folder too. What a beautiful, deep impression it makes! I need to get some of that metallic cardstock!

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  8. Gorgeous projects, love the candles.

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  9. Gorgeous card and beautiful home decor, Heidi!
    Oh my word.. and I'm soooo in love with these new Cut Fold Tuck dies! Ohhh... the possibilities....{love}

    Sylvia xx

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  10. these are great dies with so much opportunity and I love your projects

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  11. You have done it again - Heidi - I love your work. I don't often leave comments and I do check in almost every day to see what you have been doing. Thanks so much for the ideas and Inspiration. Sally-Ann

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  12. Oh my goodness! Totally amazing idea- the Cut, Fold & Tuck!!Your projects are so inspirational too. Love them.

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  13. OMG, I love what you have done with these amazing new projects. The card is stunning but your home decor items made my jaw drop, they are amazing!!!

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  14. Beautiful projects!!! Thos new dies look really fun!

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  15. Wonderful new dies!! Your projects and step by step tutorial are excellent. tfs.
    Hugs
    Heather(UK)
    x

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  16. Amazing projects, just love the cut and fold. It adds another dimension to crafting. Just love it.
    modjjjash at yahoo dot com
    janiceaeschliman.blogspot.com

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  17. Oh my goodness Heidi, this is sooo gorgeous. I just love your candle decorations and the candletray too. This looks so fabulous and you sure did a stunning piece of art with these wonderful dies, but I never doubted you would. Absolutely stunning work here again hun. I so love it.

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  18. Beautiful projects. Love those flowers. Thanks for sharing, Johanne L.

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  19. these are amazing ! what will spellbinders come up with next! i love how you can get a two-tone look so easily.

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  20. The card and candle set are beautiful!

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  21. Awesome!! love your candles and plate :)

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  22. Great job Heidi! Love the cut fold tuck technique. Thank you for your inspiration. Great dies to experiment with.

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  23. Heidi this is fabulous - guess I shall be 'needing' yet more dies! Yikes

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  24. Wow Heidi, these are fantastic. Love your home decor project. These new fold and tuck dies are fabulous. I remember the cut and fold brass border dies that were along the same line many years ago that the cuts had to be made using a craft knife. These are so neat cause the intricute cuts are done just with a pass thru the machine. Love these.
    Marcie

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  25. Beautiful! Love both your projects.

    Smiles~
    Marilyn

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  26. Gorgeous!!! Wow!! The plate is really beautiful and so are the candles!!

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  27. Love the new cut, fold, tuck dies. What a clever idea.
    Love your card

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  28. Beautiful tuck and fold samples.

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  29. I absolutely HAVE to have this die! You've done a great job of showing them off, your projects are outstanding! Thank you for hooking me in :)

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  30. Gorgeous use of these dies!! Love the layered flowers.

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  31. Beautiful! I'm so glad they came out with these dies, I bought the stencils for the cut and tuck a long time ago and found they were way too much trouble. The dies make it so easy!

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  32. Your projects are great. Love the new M bossabilities folder. Great concept on the die....

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  33. Heidi, all your projects are so beautiful Your blog is constant inspiration!

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  34. that is just so cool the way the dies fold back onto itself, the altered plate is just gorgeous!

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  35. Lovely projects. I especially like the candles & plate.

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  36. Love the dies and the embossing folders! Beautiful projects!

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  37. These new dies are just wonderful! I love your two projects - gorgeous!!

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  38. Heidi
    These are the greatest since sliced bread! Love the fold and tuck concept.
    Thanks for always sharing the details and inspiring with your beautiful projects.

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  39. Love the card. The cut/fold die is fabulous and putting it on the embossed distress background - beautiful
    The home decor piece is lovely too.

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  40. This is by far my favorite die set of this blog frenzy! Heidi, your work is so gorgeous.I'm definitely getting these dies.

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  41. Okay this cut-tuck-fold die is my absolute fave so far! Love love LOVE what you have done with it!

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  42. Wow, amazing projects! That cut, fold, tuck die is really gorgeous!

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  43. Fabulous projects Heidi! Love, love, love the new die set! Such a neat design! Love the sponing!

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  44. Love your projects that you have done.
    You showed off the floral burst really well. After seeing what you have done with that die, It's my Favorite thus far.
    ColleenB.

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  45. So creative! Love BOTH projects! Thanks for the inspiration ;-)

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  46. What fun projects...the technique using these dies is so interesting!
    TFS
    Jan

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  47. Fabulous! I love that wooden plate and the candles, and your card is just beautiful. Those floral burst dies look amazing - can't wait to get a hold of those. Thanks for sharing these new products today. ;-)

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  48. Lovely projects, thanks for sharing!

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  49. Absolutely beautiful! Great ideas for the new products!

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  50. Te possibilities are endless. Love these dies and folders and what you've done withthem.

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  51. Great projects!!! Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Farida

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  52. just beautiful. love the tuck & fold die. tfs.

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  53. Love the new dies and your projects.

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  54. Holy Smokes Heidi!!! Absolutely AMAZING new products!!! :) You've created stunning projects with them!! :)

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  55. The candles and wooden plate are just beautiful. Leave it to Spellbinders to come up with yet another great idea with the Cut Fold Tuck dies.

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  56. So excited to try this new type of Spellbinders! Your example is gorgeous!!!

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  57. Absolutely stunning projects. I'm so loving these new dies. Another to add to the wish list

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  58. Wow! You can create some amazing effects with these dies! I love the candle wrap!

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  59. So beautiful, Heidi. Love the m bossibilities and this cut-fold-tuck die is awesome. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

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  60. Omg the cutfoldtuck dies are awesome!!! I have some templates from years ago that you have to hand cut to do the folds!! your cards and candles are beautful!!
    Randi M.

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  61. Um ya really cool. Love this!!! You guys are amazing! And what awesome projects here to showcase these dies. Love this new embossing folder line too. Nothing better than getting two for one.

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  62. I love the cutfoldtuck dies and your card and home decor items are beautiful.

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  63. Your projects are beautiful, as always....and Cut, Fold, and Tuck....two thumbs UP!

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  64. Beautiful dies and M-Bossabilities and beautiful results for your projects. TFS

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  65. What a splendid display of the dies potential.

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  66. Very gorgeous creations... Wonderful job with the dies...

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  67. Ok, where do I sign? I've gotta have these dies! How innovative and creative are these!? Your projects are wonderful, especially the candles you created! That sound you hear is my wallet groaning already :)

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  68. Heidi, these new dies and folders are amazing and your projects are beautiful.

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  69. Your projects are so elegant. After seeing all these projects I sure Hope I can win this prize... I would need to go back through each and every bog hop person just to learn how to use them the product though;) Words can not describe how beautiful your projects are. thank you for sharing them with me.

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  70. Lovely projects. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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  71. I wish I was entering to win your work! Beautiful

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  72. Heidi, you showcased the dies so beautifully on your card. Looks like lots of work to get the look you gave the card!! Very nice.
    ava

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  73. Your projects are amazing! Looove these dies and how we can fold and tuck the elements...fantastic! Your colors are gorgeous and love those candles!

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  74. Creative, cool, and beautiful!!!!! Love what you've done with the new dies! Thanks so much for the inspiration! God bless!

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  75. Absolutely lovely...great projects.

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  76. So incredibly cool! I LOVE these and what you did with them!

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  77. Just absolutely stunning project!!

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  78. Stunning projects and I am really loving this new type of die.
    Kim xXx

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  79. What a great new type of die! Love it!

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  80. Your sample projects are amazing!!!

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  81. I am excited about the Floral Burst!!!! Dimensional pieces are terrific!!!!

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  82. Wow . . love the cut fold and tuck idea! The double embossing folders are such a great idea! Love those! Beautiful set . . . so pretty.

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  83. These remind me of my old Lace' templates. I love that this idea has been incorporated into a die. So much easier than cutting with a craft knife! :)

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  84. Wow! I am blown away by these fantastic dies! So many possibilities. And the projects you made are just gorgeous! Great job!

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  85. Gorgeous. I have some of the old metal templates to trace and cut by hand...this makes it so easy! I don't know which project I like the best, but the plate you altered with the metal is amazing!

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  86. Fabulous job, eidi--thanks for sharing!

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