Kaleidoscope Argyle Three Ways | Spellbinders Live
Join Nicole Westervelt in the Creative Classroom as she explores the brand new Kaleidoscope Argyle Dies and uses it on three cards. This die set is part of Spellbinders’ largest holiday release ever – but you’ll love how you can use this die set all year long.
In today’s video Nicole walks you through these versatile dies and the creative kaleidoscope style. There are endless ways to use this set on a variety of card sizes – A2, slimline, and mini slimline, combined with a limitless color palette. This set begins with 4 dies that layer together. Choose four colors and die cut the layers to make an argyle print.
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We love the Barely Art Craft Glue with its precision tip, which is perfect for adhering fine detailed shapes. It dries clear and with a matte finish. (Remember to leave the pin in the tip when not using it!)
Watch today’s video to see just how Nicole uses the framework grid die and diamonds to fit an A2 card, a mini slimline, or a slimline card. She also shares a tone-on-tone idea, holiday card ideas, and more.
If you love this set, check out the Circle Kaleidoscope Dies, also part of this collection. (It’s just as versatile as this set, and includes a fun holiday element.)
Find the entire selection of kaleidoscope dies plus the new holiday release in the Spellbinders shop.
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The kaleidoscope dies are like eating potato chips, one color combo just isn’t enough. They are so much fun. Love the examples and the video is very helpful with tips. My favorite tip(s) were how to line up outline die on different size cards.
Barb in Kazoo
Love these. Something about the kaleidoscope dies just call to me.
These are interesting and have a much better price point than some other companies that make something similar. The video kept stopping so couldn’t get a good feel for them.