7/15/21

Spellbinders July Clubs Blog Hop...



Hi crafty friends!  Thank you for joining us for today's Spellbinders Club Hop!  There will be lots of inspiration to see....just scroll down for the full hop list!  

Each month Spellbinders offers several Club Kits that, with a subscription, are delivered to your door each month.  Here are a list of the clubs to check out....








You can also shop past kits and Value Clubs by clicking HERE!


My 2 favorite are the Glimmer Hot Foil Kit and the Card Kit.  I have enjoyed the Card Kit so much lately.  It is SO easy to create lots and lots of cards very quickly!  And, of course, my favorite is the Glimmer Hot Foil Kit.  There is just something so amazing about adding a little pop of gold foil to your card fronts.  I love the shine!


Today, I combined both kits for a very quick and simple card...


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Using Gold Foil, I added the Dotted Frame on white cardstock and then cut it down to work as the front panel for a SlimLine card base.  Next, I grabbed the stamp set from the Card Kit and added the hello in black ink.  Last, I used the adorable layered butterfly stickers from the Card Kit and added 3 on the card front panel.  Talk about easy!  I love a good quick and simple card!  


Check out this months Glimmer Hot Foil Kit by clicking HERE!

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Are you new to hot foiling?


Spellbinders has a platform called Glimmer Hot Foil System.  This platform heats up metal plates called Glimmer Plates.  These glimmer plates come in ALL different types....sentiments, florals, backgrounds, graphic details etc....and add the most gorgeous foiling detail to your cards.  And the foils?  There are LOTS of different colors to chose from!


Here are some links to help point you in the right direction....






The Glimmer Hot Foil System works great with a Platinum 6 Die Cut machine from Spellbinders but also works with other die cut machines. You can click HERE to see a compatibility chart.  


First you heat up the platform and your glimmer plate on the Glimmer System Platform.  Then you add in the foil and the cardstock and run it thorough your die cut machine.  Once you pull off the foil negative, the magic happens!  That foil that is set on your cardstock and the results are just gorgeous!  


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GIVEAWAY


To celebrate this release, we are giving away a $50 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments on our blog. Giveaway closes on Sunday, July 18th, 11:59 pm MST. The winner will be announced in this blog hop post the following Tuesday. The winner is responsible for shipping costs, duties, and taxes.

  

Please note, store credit (gift certificate) cannot be applied to Club Subscriptions. Store credit can be applied to shop past Club products, Club extras and regular releases.


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Thanks so much for coming by today!  I hope you have a great weekend!


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36 comments:

  1. Love your foil creations! I haven’t been able to try the hot foiling yet but maybe sometime soon.

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  2. I love my Spellbinders clubs! What pretty butterflies and the foil makes the card extra special.

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  3. Can't wait to get my glimmer set!

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  4. I just got my foil machine. Finally! They've been sold out forever it seems. I also just purchased a couple of the past Glimmer kits which just got shipped so I'm on my way to foiling everything. Love your card. Thanks!

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  5. I am so addicted to foiling - it just is beautiful! I love to have some simple cards for special occasions that are quick to make. This one is going in my repertoire, as I really like the effect you created!

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  6. These very detailed butterflies are gorgeous!

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  7. Donna de Gale-KallooJuly 15, 2021 at 7:15 PM

    Simply beautiful!

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  8. Foiling is great. Love your card. Beautiful. Thank you.

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  9. Oh wow, that foil isn't just resting on top is it? It is pushed down into debossed crevices. That is super elegant.

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  10. I'm with you on the glimmer kit! That little detail of gold sure changes the card's personality!

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  11. Love the gold accents, so pretty!

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  12. Love this card! I asked for the Glimmer Foiling System for my Birthday...fingers crossed Hubby was listening.

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  13. I'm new to glimmering, but it is so addictive! I was having a hard time at first until I learned to tape everything down to the plate before warming. Made my life so much easier.

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  14. Marisela Delgado said: So pretty! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  15. Beautiful card!!! Now that I figured out paper and pressure, I'm Addicted to foiling!!!

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  16. Pretty butterfly slimline card. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Very pretty cards. I just started foiling and I love it!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  18. Beautiful. Makes me wish I had a hot foil system.

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  19. I like the colors of the pretty butterflies.

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  20. Beautiful butterflies!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Lovely butterflies. Haven't tried foiling. Your card tempts me!

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  22. too cute! Love the butterflies. :)

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  23. Totally enchanting... I am new to foiling and am so impressed with the Glimmer System and Spellbinders. Such a great selection of foils and plates. TFS

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  24. I need to try the foiling. It adds such a pretty touch. Pretty card.

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