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CAS Happy Birthday Card   Thursday, April 24, 2014
by Guest Author   Post Type: Card

clean and simple happy birthday card

by Yvonne van de Grijp

It's  CAS (clean and simple) week at Spellbinders blog, using only one or two 2 sets of Spelbinders templates on a project. This  happy birthday card is made extra happy by using bright spring colors. I always have lots of small, left over pieces of cardstock laying around.....  waiting to be used on a project like this. A bit of simple layering plus the happy birthday die-cut and ....voila....  a Happy Birthday!

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  • GC-001 Spellbinders Grand Calibur® Machine
  • S2-082 Sentiments One
  • S5-201 Curved Borders Two

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CAS Daisy Miss You Card   Wednesday, April 23, 2014
by Michelle Woerner   Post Type: Card

clean and simple miss you daisy card

by Michelle Woerner

Hi everyone!  This week on the blog we are showcasing Clean and Simple (CAS) card designs using 1 or 2 Spellbinders die templates.  I have a bright spring card using one of the 6 new Create-a-Flower die sets.    These die sets are part of Die D-Lite series of dies and create wonderful realistic flowers!

My card uses the Create-a-Daisy set. 

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Tuesday Video Tutorial - CAS card   Tuesday, April 22, 2014
by Linda Lucas   Post Type: Card

This weeks theme is one that challenges me to a certain extent - it is CAS (CLEAN and SIMPLE) with a maximum of two Dies - I instantly knew what Dies I would use and decided to add my own 'twist' to it.....I have used two Dies and created two cards with them....


 Spellbinders, Linda Lucas, Grand Calibur, DIY, Handmade, Craft, Nestabilities


 ...can you see the twist?  You can see it all on the Video below.

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