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Looking for ideas or have questions on how to create something beautiful with Spellbinders' products? It's here we hope to inspire you with our easy-to-follow step-by-step tutorials. We're also known to host a fabulous giveaway, blog hop and sneak peek from time to time. All comments are read and responded to by the Spellbinders' team! We hope to "see" you in the comments, often. Happy Crafting!

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Hello Everyone! Stacey here to share another Card Making tutorial. I absolutely love this fun and adorable Kitty Cat card! The bright colors and playful kitty make it a perfect card for spring.

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Hello everyone! Yvonne here today sharing a pop up box made with some of our newest die templates, Scalloped Pop Up Box and Bordered Sentiments.

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Neighborhood Glance is an adorable new die set. Today, Tina will show you how to use it on a scrapbook page and add lots of layers, depth and dimension.

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Yana here with you today sharing a card featuring our beautiful Circle Delight die. I love that you can use all the individual dies in this set to stack the die cuts on top of each other to create

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When we decided to create this "Maker Moments," we really wanted to showcase several different uses for one or two die sets.

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Design Jennifer Ingle proves that Spellbinders® embossing folders are not limited to cards. You can use them in all kinds of paper crafting, scrapbooking, and even home decor!

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Today, I wanted to share this simple Splish Splash card created using one of our NEW 3-D Embossing Folders. 

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I love dimension on a project - any project. So it's no surprise that I LOVE Spellbinders® 3-D Em-bossing Fold'ers™!

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Marielle here today sharing a bright and colorful "Hello" card using Celebra'tions™ Framed Canvas 3D embossing folder. I embossed a layer of cardstock and die cuts for fun interest and dimension

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It's Beck here today sharing a layout I created with the new Dew Drop Delight Sculpted Embossing Folder. I love to use products in unconventional ways and was inspired by the dimensional nature of