April 2020 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month is Here – Pop Up 3D Vignette Typewriter
Our April Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month is here! Designed by our very own Becca Feeken from Amazing Paper Grace this “Pop Up 3D Vignette Typewriter” die of the month will have you creating gorgeous layered projects in no time! Versatile, elegant and timeless. This die set features 14 dies.
Enjoy the step by step tutorial below as well as the video tutorial to get you started with this month’s kit. Make sure to show us what you create by tagging #AmazingPaperGraceClubKit & #SpellbindersClubKits on social media! This kit is available April 1st, 2020, make sure to get yours!
Catch step by step instructions for this project below. Click photos to enlarge:
- Assemble front of typewriter as shown, or as desired. For the back piece of the card, attach Platen Roller so it lines up with the front piece. Option: Decorate the back typewriter like the front.
- There are 3 sets of tabs on the paper die that will allow different heights in the typewriter (A-Top, B-Middle, C-Bottom). Cut 2 blank pages and 2 pages with each of the sentiments. Back the sentiments with desired color cardstock to “color in” the letters. Note the tabs to be used for each paper layer, starting from front to back. Cut the tabs not being used and then insert in slits on Vignette Side Pieces as shown in second row. Page Options: Personalize the pages with hand written, stamped or die cut sentiments or images.
- Attach papers and side pieces to the front and back of the typewriters to create your 3D Vignette. It can be laid flat for mailing (padded envelope recommended).
April 2020 APG Die of the Month – Video Tutorial
Watch video tutorial using this month kit below or on Youtube.
Here’s a closer look at the other projects created using April 2020 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month:
We have several Value Clubs available!
Die Hero Club (includes Small, Large and APG Dies of the Month) and The Works Club (includes Small, Large, APG Dies of the Month + Card Kit of the Month) and other Value Clubs. See all Value Club options here.
Hi Becca the old fashioned retro way how sweet the good old days
when people used to type everything my how things have changed!
The worst part was when you made a mistake and had to correct it
now we can send a text msg from our phone and it can even help us
spell words and get rid of mistakes and send it at the press of a button!
But still think the handwritten word on a nice piece of paper or card is
so lovely to receive no matter the style of writing or the spelling mistakes
takes some beating.
This die set is lovely trust you to come up with it , this die of the month is
truely unique and out of the box you are one of a kind we are blessed
to have you inspire us it is so sweet !
Lucky ladies who will receive it they will love it ?
Hope you are well and your loved ones through these tough times
Hugs Pam XXX Hope all the people on your blog are ok also X
Hi Pam, thank you so much for your kind words. You always know how to make me smile!!
HAD TO GET THIS! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT! Where did the “words matter” stamp come from?
Hey Frederica, the words matter were made from a die cut alphabet in my stash…
Love the retro typewriter and these amazing cards using it!! Words matter was so perfect to add as a embossed gold sentiment!
Thank you so much Beverly, it is one of my favorites!
Beautiful die – so intricate!
Thank you Rose!
Hi, Becca! I’m new to Clubs (and, recently subscribed to Spellinder’s Small Die Club). Can you please tell me the name of the paper collection(s) used in the Typewriter-cards? Thank you.
Hi Shellie! The paper I used is called Dear Jane and it is from Papertrey Ink. I’m not sure that they have it any more but you can certainly look and each out to them to ask.
Where can I buy this in United Kingdom,?
Traci, our Club products are available exclusively on our website. You won’t be able to find these in the UK. You can order directly from our store.
It’s a shame cause it wouldn’t accept my welcome 19a code for 15% off and by the time the shipping costs and taxes were added it was costing over double the price £60 odd which is far too expensive for a die. Gutted
This is so cute and well done! I made my first one today. The package directions are a bit wonky for the order of the typed pages. The video helps!
Dianne G Ducharme
Hi Rebecca, Love all your dies and I’ve admired this one since the release. The sample that’s on the typed cardstock background…is that a treat tote? Is that also a Spellbinder’s die? Thanks again for the inspiration!