Handmade Cards, Spellbinders

Be Bold Color Block Happy Birthday

Today I’m sharing a card made with products from the Spellbinders Be Bold Color Block Collection.

I’m using the Be Bold Color Block Happy Birthday die on my card today. I always need birthday cards and this die is just perfect.

This set contains two dies – a big and bold ‘BIRTHDAY’ and a playful font word ‘happy’.
I began by building the base for my card. I die cut the birthday die from white card and adhered it to a panel of printer paper, cut slightly smaller than 8.5 x 3.5”.

Next, I die cut the birthday die from a rainbow of cardstock. To add some more dimension, I layered another white card die cut behind each letter, before adhering them to my base. By die cutting the birthday die from each colour, there’s plenty of letters to make more rainbow cards too.

To add some sparkle to the background, I die cut the birthday die from white glitter card. I adhered the pieces around the rainbow letters. I’ll keep the white glitter letters for another card.

I stacked three layers for the ‘happy’ word die – 2 white card layers and a gold satin mirror card at the top. I adhered these with liquid glue, then added some Pearl white jewels to finish.

Here’s a look at another card using the same die set, changing up the colours for a different look. It’s easy to customise this card using the recipient’s favourite colours.


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*Disclaimer: Spellbinders products kindly provided to me by Spellbinders. All opinions expressed are my own.

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