Create this beautiful Aperture Card with Spellbinders and get the one that will "Wow" the recipients ... and it is easy to do
This tutorial is another in the series that will help you to choose a set of Spellbinders and then show you the many different ways in which you can get the most from these amazing dies.
All the cards that you make will be exceptional because of the intricacy in each of the dies.
And Spellbinders make getting the result you want Easy Peasy!!
You will find it very difficult to make a bad card.... I promise you because the dies do all the work for you
So once you have seen the video Starting Your Spellbinder Collection and got some ideas of what they are, then take a look at More from your Spellbinders
Once you are happy with the cards you have produced from those tutorials, then you might like to try these other very beautiful cards
Flip Card with Spellbinders
Big Cards with Spellbinders
Felt Flowers with Spellbinders
Gatefold Card with Spellbinders
Nestabling and Spellbinders
With these in your repertoire you should be feeling very confident and raring to get started with your own collection and making some of these cards for your self.
And because of the growing popularity of Spellbinders, most branded machines will allow the use of the thinner dies in their product.
It is only the largest in the sets of "Grand" dies that will need a larger machine to put them through the rest will go through any Die Cutting Machine that is on the market.
Just read the manufacturers guide for the correct way to use the plates to layer up.
But please remember that Spellbinders ... just the same as other companies, bring out new dies regularly and so the older dies are retired from their website and will no longer be available
I hope you will enjoy ... the videos ... the dies ... and creating an Aperture Card with Spellbinders and that you will make and take care of yours dies for long service, as the older dies then become collectors items
Take a look at their website for all the new and up to date dies
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