Spellbinders – July 2020 Clubs Blog Hop & Giveaway



Hello and Happy Thursday Crafty Friends! I am super excited to be part of the Spellbinders JULY Clubs Blog Hop. Spellbinders is celebrating all the Club Kits in the shop for July 2020 with an inspirational Blog Hop & Giveaway. Today my project features the Large Die of the Month of the Month Club Kit – How Does Your Garden Grow Alphabet Die SetI love this month’s alphabet die set because you can customize your cards making them even more personal! You can watch the tutorial down below or over on my YouTube Channel, CLICK HERE.


Below are more samples of projects I made made with several different Spellbinders Club Kits that include the Card Kit of the Month, The Glimmer Hot Foil Club Kit , the Large Die of the Month Club Kit and Small Die of the Month Club Kit.

Check Out all the Spellbinders Clubs HERE!

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Giveaway Details:

JUL20-Blog-Hop-Blog-1530x944To celebrate this release, we are giving away a $50 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments on our blog. Hop along for additional chances to win. Giveaway closes on Sunday, July 26th, 11:59 pm EDT. The winner will be announced in the blog hop post the following Tuesday. The winner is responsible for shipping cost, duties and taxes.

Please note, store credit (gift certificate) cannot be applied to Club Subscriptions. Store credit can be applied to shop past Club products, Club extras and regular releases.



Thanks for Stopping By! Now It’s Time to HOP Along!


Spellbinders Blog

Nichol Spohr

YOU ARE HERE>>>>Tina Smith

NEXT UP>>>>>>>>>>Carrie Rhoades

Bibi Cameron

Kathy Clement

Alicia Havranek

Jill Hilliard

Laurie Willison

Joy Baldwin

Jean Manis

Virginia Lu

Ilina Crouse

Varada Sharma

Hussena Calcuttawala

Jeanne Jachna

Gemma Campbell

86 thoughts on “Spellbinders – July 2020 Clubs Blog Hop & Giveaway

    1. I love the kits of the month. The designers use them so creatively. I would love to join all of them but realistically joined one.


    2. It would be fabulous to be able to purchase the kits individually instead of having to join the monthly club. I would be able to purchase more often


  1. Hi T. Your video was the first I watched in the hop (I’m a fan!) But you made me eager to go & immediately watch the rest of the inspiring group of crafter’s. Lots of ideas rolling around my head now. Thanks so much for sharing!


  2. The frames make an elegant card.
    Love the second with the striping and
    the white flowers. The detail in
    them is great. thanks for sharing


  3. Very pretty card.
    I really like the colors you chose and the way the foam tape makes the card “pop” and really stand out.


  4. I love the idea of using the negative from the smile die used!! I should do this more!! But I could see a simple pale blue or mint green very light color. And have the colorful “smile ” and colored flowers with shimmer on them for a bonus card!!


  5. You make really great cards, I love this Smile one. I have this month’s glimmer plates and my card looks very similar to yours except I used orange and fuschia to ink up the frames on the pink cardstock and also inked up the center sentiment with the same colors. I used their glimmer sentiment from last month. I don’t have the dies you used but maybe I can replicate your design somehow. I cut out the frames using my scan n cut, a little fussy without the dies to cut them out but it worked well.


  6. Love the stripes with the negative of the letters. This would be a great masculine card. Thanks for sharing and for the helpful video!


  7. You always come up with beautiful, inspiring card designs! I LOVE Spellbinders kits! They’re so fun and it’s easy to make a card in a pinch or spend days & days creating from the kit! I hope someday to get the glimmer foil system and join that club too! Yeah, if I was to win it would go on that! Thanks for the chance!!

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