November 2020 Small Die of the Month is Here – Frankie Goes to the North Pole
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November 2020 Small Die of the Month is Here – Frankie Goes to the North Pole

Our November 2020 Small Die of the Month is here! This “Frankie Goes to the North Pole” die set features 20 cutting 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 #SpellbindersClubKits on social media! This kit is available November 1st, 2020, make sure to get yours!

November 2020 Small Die of the Month is Here – Frankie Goes to the North Pole

Warm Holiday Wishes Card

November 2020 Small Die of the Month is Here – Frankie Goes to the North Pole

November 2020 Small Die of the Month is Here – Frankie Goes to the North Pole

Catch step by step instructions for this project below. Click photos to enlarge:

 

  • Trim slope & score at measurements: 2 1/2″, 4 1/2″, 6 1/4″.
  • Accordion fold slope & add to inside of A2 card
  • Foil A2 panel, trim banks & add to card
  • Die cut snowmen & assemble
  • Die cut tree & signs, assemble & add with snowman
  • Add heat embossed sentiment & snowman

November 2020 Small Die Of The Month – Video Tutorial

Watch video tutorial using this month kit below or on Youtube.

Additional inspiration

Here’s a closer look at the projects we created using our November 2020 Small Die Of The Month kit:

November 2020 Small Die of the Month is Here – Frankie Goes to the North Pole

November 2020 Small Die of the Month is Here – Frankie Goes to the North Pole

Value Clubs

We have several Value Clubs available!

We have new Value Clubs available! Now including Amazing Paper Grace Club.

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.

November 2020 Small Die of the Month is Here – Frankie Goes to the North Pole

9 Comments

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    Marietta Holley

    Super cute Small Die of the Month! Love the cards as always. Super talent. Thank you Spelbinders staff You are the best!!

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    stephanie clapper

    Oh, I’m so excited for Frankie to arrive. I’ve had Spellbinders on my mind lately, wondering what the November die would be. He’s adorable and I can’t wait to turn him into tags & cards! Thank you Spellbinders!

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    Melissa

    What an adorable die set and beautiful winter cards.
    If someone has time, could you please let me know if the dies from this set will fit through a die machine that is about 3 inches wide. I would really appreciate any help deciding if these dies will fit in my machine. Thank you!

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    Melissa M

    What a cute set of cards! I really like the different ways the dies were used.

    If someone has the time, I would really appreciate if someone that has access to the dies could please help me figure out if they will fit through my 3 inch wide die machine. I’d love to use these dies, so I’m hoping they are small enough. Thank you, Melissa

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    Melissa M

    Darn it. I thought my first post didn’t show up. I would delete the duplicate reply, but I don’t think I can. Sorry about that.

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      stephanie clapper

      Hi Melissa, I haven’t had the time to create with my dies from “ Frankie Goes to the North Pole” yet, but I took the set out and did some measuring for you. The WIDEST die in the 20 piece set is the tree, at about 2 inches wide. There are dies that are longer than 2 inches, like the skis p, but they are only 1/4 “ wide. My answer would be yes, you should be able to die-cut with a 3 inch wide machine. You must have a mini machine like the older mini cuttlebug? I’m not sure if I still have mine but I shave used one in the past. Spellbinders dies are a good quality product and with the largest die being 2inches, as long as the cutting part of your machine is bigger than 2 inches, I would think it would work. Would love to hear your feedback. Good luck! Stephanie Clapper

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        stephanie clapper

        Correction: so much for me double checking my typing!
        I meant to say that I’ve used a mini machine in the past. Best of luck, Stephanie Clapper 😊

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