You Make Me Smile Cards with Spellbinders & Lisa Horton

Monday, May 27, 2024

I have been loving my Lisa Horton Interference Ink Pads, so when I had the chance to use some of her collaboration products with Spellbinders, I was so excited! I was gifted the You Make Me Smile Sentiments Stamp Set & Dies, Layered Anemone Dies and Spotlight Circle Duo Press Plates and I made two cards with them.

For my first card, I started with embossing a piece of dark green cardstock with the Flower Frenzy 3D Embossing Folder. I attached it to my A2 card base and moved on to die cutting. While my Glimmer Hot Foil Machine was warming up, I cut the Smile, Layered Anemone, and Mirrored Arch Labels dies from different color pieces of cardstock and pink glitter cardstock.

Using the Press Plate with dots, I hot foiled the design in Rose Gold onto the white cardstock that was then die cut with another Mirrored Arch Label. I assembled all the die cuts together and popped up the flowers and Smile sentiment to the arches. These were also popped up onto the card base with the embossed image. Finally, I stamped my sentiment and used the coordinating die to cut it out and popped up onto the card.

My second card is a different color scheme as I started with a piece of cotton cardstock and used the largest Fluted Classics Rectangle design to create a fun edge. Using a purple ink, I ink blended purple onto the lower third of the panel. I used the striped Press Plate with two different teal blue inks towards the top of panel. I cut the Smile and Layered Anemone out of colored cardstock and glued them together.

I added the flowers to the panel, popping up the flowers. I also added dimension between the blue and purple cardstock in the Smile sentiment. My sentiment was stamped with purple ink and I cut it with the coordinating die and popped it up to the panel. I adhered this panel to the card base and I added a few embellishments around the design.

I hope you liked the cards with the Lisa Horton products with Spellbinders! I really enjoyed making these cards and I hope they brought you some joy today!


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