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10 Cards | 1 Kit – Spellbinders June Card Kit (Part 2 of 2)

Happy Satur-YAY!

Greetings from sunny and super hot Baltimore! Today I’ve got part 2 of the Spellbinders June Card Kit to share with you. I’m loving these kits more and more each month – they are full of so many goodies to work with!

Here’s what I came up with for the final five:

Here are your close-ups:

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I love this elephant in his party hat! I’ve trimmed down this gorgeous pattern paper,  layered him on top, and popped up the speech bubble for some dimension.

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Here I finished up the inside with one of the ephemera banners.

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I cut out the candles from a bunch of different colors and popped them up here. For the background, I used this really fun word pattern paper and added a little “glow” behind them with the circle bursts. Finally, I added some pop dots between the candles and placed the banner across.

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For the inside, I stamped the happy day sentiment.

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This is my favorite from the bunch. I added the lemon pattern PL card on top of the pink stripes and then backed the bottle and sentiment stickers on some cardstock. I glued the bottle right on the PL card and popped up the sentiment for some dimension. Finally, I finished up with 3 sequins at the top.

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I finished off the inside with another one of the stickers.

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This pattern paper is so pretty, I decided to let it shine on its own and just accented it with the happy sentiment.

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I added a Neenah panel on the inside and finished up with one of the banners.

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For the final card, I trimmed down the pretty bow vellum and folded it around a Neenah panel. I placed that on a black card base and then popped up on of the PL cards.

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For the inside, I added another Neenah panel and placed a sticker off to the side.

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So that will do it for this kit (though I have tons left!). Hope I was able to give you some ideas today! xoxo, Sarah

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