Spellbinders Paper Arts Glimmer Hot Foil Mini Slimline Card

Hello Crafty Friends, and welcome back! Today I’m thrilled to share my first Glimmer Hot Foil card with you as a designer for Spellbinders Paper Arts!

Okay, I’m going to be totally honest: I have owned my Glimmer Hot Foil Machine for at least two years, and I was so intimidated to try it that it sat unopened until a couple of months ago. So this is actually my first completed Glimmer Hot Foil card, but (now that I have practiced a couple of times to get the hang of the basics) I don’t know why I waited so long. I’m happy to say that it really isn’t that difficult. My best advice is to watch a couple of Yana Smakula Spellbinders’ videos on YouTube, and be patient while practicing. After a couple of trials, you will find that it’s really fun, simple, and the results are breathtaking!

This month’s Glimmer Hot Foil Club features several nested mini slimline dies, and rose gold foil. I used a vibrant purple Spellbinders foil for this card as it coordinated with my violet theme I’ve used on all of my cards. (You can find the card for the Large Die Of The Month Club HERE.)

Finally, how pretty are the Glimmer Hot Foil plates paired with this month’s Stamp Of The Month Club floral stamps? Seriously, I’m just in love with all of the July Clubs! You can find all of the details about the Glimmer Hot Foil Kit Of The Month Club HERE.

Spellbinders is offering 10% off a Glimmer Machine when you subscribe to the monthly club. (I think it may be out of stock, but you could use the Notify Me button so you know when it’s been restocked.) Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today, and I can’t wait to see how much you enjoy foiling with Spellbinders. Love and artsy hugs!

Erin

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