Re-Season Your Craft Stash Part 3

Hi Friends, and welcome back! I am dreaming of beautiful fall colors, and cool evenings by the fire. What about you? So this final fall card in the Re-season Your Stash series (find previous posts HERE and HERE) has my heart. In today’s cards, I’m featuring the new Spellbinders’ Paper Arts Embossing Folder of the Month Club, but you can use any similar products you have in your stash.

This may be my favorite Spellbinders’ embossing folder yet. It’s elegant and versatile. TIP: I love that you can flip it over and use the debossed or embossed side depending on the look you like. I embossed a dark brown piece of cardstock, paired it with this lovely die cut happy birthday sentiment, and colored Glimmer of the Month for August ephemera.

Can you see that I flipped the embossed cardstock over, and featured the other side in this card?

I just switched the colors to greens, reds, pinks, and golds to re-season this very similar card. I think gold works so well for both fall and Christmas cards. Don’t you? Copper would be lovely as well.

So what do you think? Have you been shopping your stash to see what goodies you have to re-season? I adore how versatile this month’s Spellbinders’ clubs have been in creating all of these cards.

So which season, card, or product was your favorite in this series? Please leave me a comment, and let me know. Also, let me know if you would like to see more of these kinds of posts. Love and crafty hugs!


Embossing Folder of the Month Club Shop HERE
Glimmer of the Month Club Shop HERE
Shop 8.5”x11” Colored Cardstock at A Cherry On Top HERE

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