Hello, friends! I hope you’re all doing well. The Spellbinders Monthly Clubs are here, and it’s time for new members to sign up. Christmas in July is over, as far as kits are concerned, anyway! This month’s clubs are full of florals and summer! Remember that one of the major benefits of the Spellbinders clubs is that you can cancel at any time and rejoin if/when you want (assuming there is enough inventory when you want to rejoin).

NOTE: If you are in the UK, you can order monthly clubs through the UK website – CLICK HERE.

I have a new video up today on YouTube with the fun bridge card that I made using the Small Die of the Month. I hope to have another video up soon showing the card that I made with the Large Die of the Month  and the 3D Embossing Folder of the Month. For now, you can see that card below. For today’s video, you can CLICK HERE to view on YouTube or just watch it below. 


Note: all supplies are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this blog post.

The Small Die of the Month for August is called “Breezy Swing,” and as soon as I saw it, I just knew I had to try to make a bridge card! Watch the video for how to assemble this funfold card. 


My second card features the August 3D Embossing Folder of the Month, which is called “3D Stylized Floral,” as well as the Large Die of the Month, which is named “Blooming Pomegranate.” I simply embossed a panel of light blue card stock with the 3d embossing folder and then glued it to my card base with the debossed side facing up. I did not use any of the pomegranate dies for this card. Instead, I created my own floral pattern using a mix of fun colors.

I hope these cards put a smile on your face today. Leave me a comment and let me know which August club kit is your favorite! Be sure to head over to YouTube to watch my video. I hope to see you there!

Wishing you all a crafty day,



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  1. Love both cards. I especially love the plain cardstock dress!!! Glad to know that I am not the only one who makes things up as I go. I am glad I saw you glue on the “front” of the girl’s right hand… that’s one of those die cut pieces that I would think is a scrap, I’d throw it away and then later think: “I wonder if I just threw away the part of her hand that is over the front of the rope!?” Cue digging in trash scene. Who am I kidding? I’d just recut another.
    Lovely card!!
    Lori S in PA

    1. Ha Ha – I can’t tell you how many times I have dug around in my trash, just to have to recut things. And it would have taken way less time to recut it!

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