Monday, April 4, 2022

Spellbinders Amazing Paper Grace ~ April Die of the Month Club Kit

Hello lovelies!  I'm so excited to be bringing you today's project I made using Becca Feeken's Amazing Paper Grace April Club Kit.  

This month's "Pop Up Vignette ~ Watering Can Bouquet" is perfect for making gorgeous multi layered cards and projects.   This die set comes with 15 dies.  A watering can that can be cut as a solid or filigree along with mirrored handles and spout, that look good from both sides.

The side panel with the slits are two separate dies, so you can use them together to create this wonderfully layered project that folds flat for easy mailing.

I used a gold kraft cardstock for the base and silver shimmer cardstock for the insert.  Here's a close up of the beautiful, detailed insert.  So pretty!  

I made a second project, switching the papers around.  On this watering can, I used a metallic silver for the watering can base.  

I added some Crooked Broomstick and Ground Espresso Distress Crayons and rubbed the color out with my fingers to make it look worn and rusty.

This delightful die set will ease its way onto your list of favorites very quickly.

You can find all the details about this month's Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month right HERE along with all the other wonderful monthly kits that Spellbinders offers.

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Thanks for stopping by!


Lisa Elton said...

Oh... my... goodness!! These are incredible, Birgit! Beautifully done!

Donna Phelan said...

WOW! How fantastic is this? So many dies! Love the watering can and those pretty posies! Beautiful creation, what a happy Springy Post!

Marcia Hill said...

WOW!! These are both absolutely FABULOUS Birgit!! All that dimension on the watering can is wonderful and I'm head over heels in love with those flowers too! These are just stunning and sure to WOW the recipients!! LOVE!!! Hugs. :0)

Conniecrafter said...

These are both terrific, love the papers you have used and I especially love the rusty touches you have added to the second watering can. Such a pretty bouquet of flowers!