Re-season Your Craft Stash

Thursday Evening 8PM EDT

Hi Friends, and welcome back! Although I’ve been MIA for a couple of weeks on social media, I’ve been busy behind the scenes with several crafty projects. Today I’m excited to share seasonal flower coloring featuring the new Spellbinders’ Paper Arts Glimmer of the Month Club.

I began by hot foiling this month’s club, and then colored in fall marker colors. I decided that I wanted to add other elements. So I shopped my Spellbinders’ stash, and was inspired by Yana Smakula’s Blooms Collection.

I added hot foiled splatters from the collection on Neenah Desert Storm cardstock. Then I foiled and die cut the hexagon to create the focal point. I layered everything with foam tape, and finished it by adding gold flat-backed beads.

That project was so fun, and I decided to re-season the set to stretch my supplies, and create a Christmas card. So I gathered red, pink, and green markers to color this silver foiled image.

I followed the same steps as previously for this card, but I added an embossed panel in the background using this month’s Embossing Folder of the Month. How pretty is this card? I love the results!

So what do you think? I encourage you to take a moment, shop your stash, and consider how you might re-season some of your favorite products. Join me tonight as we talk about this tonight during FB Live at Everyday Expressions’ page. Love and crafty hugs!

Erin

Spellbinders’ Products: Aff. Links at no cost to you (all proceeds donated to charity)

Glimmer of the Month Club Shop HERE
Yana Smakula’s Blooms Collection Shop HERE
Embossing Folder of the Month Club Shop HERE

Other Products Used:

Catherine Pooler White Cardstock

Catherine Pooler Inks

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