Hello and welcome! We are happy you are joining us for our April New Product Release Blog Hop! As always, we are thrilled to show you our new products, share inspiration and of course host a few fun giveaways! This month we are featuring the following collection: Little Loves by Sharyn Sowell, Blooming Garden by
Join Emily for a look at some cards 3.25″ x 6.5″ created using Kurbits 2 die from the Folk Art Collection by Lene Lok. These dies are so intricate, there’s so much you can do with them, whether you use the entire die or just part of it.
Join Emily Leiphart for another guest designer post featuring the new Folk Art Collection by Lene Lok. For this post Emily used Nordic Blooms and Nordic Floral dies to create an oval wreath.
Hello again! This is Keeway Tsao and I’m thrilled to be be here today for another guest post with Spellbinders featuring the Folk Art Collection by Lene Lok. It has been such a joy working with this collection. In my first post, I started with just a plain white die cut and focused on creating
Hello again! Emily Midgett here from Sixth Street Sundries with my last guest post for this series introducing the Lene Lok Folk Art Collection (you can see my previous posts here and here). For this final post, I wanted to do something a bit simpler. I wanted to show you how beautiful these dies are
Join Emily for some more inspiration featuring Folk Art Collection by Lene Lok. Emily is using the Rosemal Heart and Nordic Tree dies on two cards with a shared colour theme.
Join Emily for another guest post featuring the Lene Lok Folk Art Collection. Emily showcases how these dies work perfectly for masculine or gender-neutral cards. Combining a simple stamping trick with some ink blending creates that perfectly simple, no frills card that’s great to give that guy in your life.
Hi crafty friends! This is Keeway Tsao and I’m thrilled to be returning today for another guest post with Spellbinders featuring the Folk Art Collection by Lene Lok. Folk Art as I familiar with is usually packed with tons of color. For this card, I decided to google “folk art” to get inspired by folk
Good morning! This is Emily Midgett here with you today from Sixth Street Sundries. I am so excited to be a guest on the Spellbinders blog helping to showcase new Lene Lok Folk Art Collection. Using unique dies as a focal point is one of my favorite card making techniques, and over the next few
Hi crafty friends! This is Keeway Tsao and I’m thrilled to be here guest blogging on the Spellbinders blog. Today I’d like to share some handmade card inspiration featuring the gorgeous Folk Art Collection by Lene Lok. This entire collection is so beautiful and easily adds so much elegance to a card. The large designs