October 2021 Small Die of the Month Preview & Tutorials – Holiday Haul
Our October 2021 Small Die of the Month preview & tutorials are here! This “Holiday Haul” die set features 14 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!
A Gift For You Card
Catch step-by-step instructions for this project below. Click photos to enlarge:
- Die cut & assemble truck
- Die cut gift box & add to back of the truck
- Create card base (Diagonal Stripe Background embossing folder, Color Block Scenic Scape)
- Add truck
- Die cut trees & ornaments & affix to card
October 2021 Small Die Of The Month – Video Tutorial
Watch the video tutorial using this month’s kit below or on Youtube.
Here’s a closer look at the projects we created using our October 2021 Small Die Of The Month kit:
Sentiment comes from October’21 Clear Stamp + Die of the Month
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LOVE this kit! I am a fan of the Sunday Drive and Truckin Through the Seasons product lines too. I am sure this kit will gather many fans and be a big hit.
I drive a pickup truck, so…can there ever be too many of them?! 🙂 cute cards & inspirational ideas, thanks!
Hello. Where does the banner come from?
Hi! Just got my dies, I’m so excited to get started! In the video, the directions are a little unclear about cutting the white under layer to the truck. It looks like se is putting dimensionals on the die to cover the small cuts on the body of the truck, then cutting out a white truck without the slits?
Wish there was a written list of some of the more important steps. The rest is easy to figure out.
Thank for any clarification you can provide!
You need to die-cut the truck twice – once from the main color cardstock and once from white (or some other color to create the highlights or detail). Next, you need to inlay the skinny pieces into the main die cut. An easy way to do that is by adding foam squares from the back of the main die cut and popping the skinny pieces from the front of the die cut in as shown on video.
Love this die set, can’t wait to get it.
Hello. Where did the banners come from?
It is from the Open House Thankful set – https://www.spellbinderspaperarts.com/open-house-thankful-etched-dies-from-the-fall-traditions-collection/