Thursday, May 12, 2022

Spellbinders May 12th Clubs Blog Hop + Giveaway!

 
Hello, crafty friends!
I'm happy and honoured to be joining Spellbinders for the May 2022 Clubs Inspiration Blog Hop today. Spellbinders is celebrating all their Club Kits in shop for May 2022.

If you arrived here from Linh Van's Blog, then you are on the right track. If this is your first stop, then you will want to start at the beginning, the Spellbinders Blog. We've got tons of inspiration and giveaways for you on the hop today, so keep reading till the end of this post for more information.


I have a 3D Vignette Card to share for the hop today using the Spellbinders and Amazing Paper Grace May 2022 Die of the Month Set

The Pop Up 3D Vignette What’s Bakin’ Oven Set is a new addition to the Amazing Paper Grace 3D Vignettes Collection and features fourteen cutting dies. The What’s Bakin’ Oven is an adorable 3D Oven that folds flat for mailing and comes complete with tons of baking accessory dies perfect for use on regular cards. There are a number of small pieces inside this die set, but the packaging has a helpful step by step guide on the back that makes it very simple to put this oven together. As with other Vignettes, you can make a 3D item or use it flat on a card.

To create my card, I first cut out the oven front die twice with door inserts using Waterfall and Snowdrift Cardstock. Next, I cut out the oven front die without door inserts six times using Silver Brushed Cardstock and Onyx Cardstock. I trimmed the pieces as required and then cut the remaining decorative pieces out of  Silver Brushed Cardstock and Onyx Cardstock.

Once I had all the pieces die-cut and ready to assemble, I adhered acetate behind the blue top door and added handles using Craft Glue. Next, I adhered the doors onto the blue layer - While adhering the doors, make sure the doors can open. Next, I adhered the strip with knobs with liquid glue and set it aside. 

Once the base was ready and assembled, I die-cut the sentiments from Onyx Cardstock and adhered it down on the front layer using liquid glue. Next, I adhered the baking racks and adhered the white oven layers onto the blue layer for definition and interest. Then, I folded the 3D Vignette pieces on perforations and used a tape runner to apply adhesive to the folded tabs. I attached one side of the Vignette piece to back layer of oven and placed 3 interior layers into slots. I repeated the process with the Vignette piece on other side. 

This 3D Vignette is a little different! It has a top layer (range top); and I die-cut and adhered 4 burners (cut from Silver Brushed Cardstock and Onyx Cardstock) to the range top to embellish the piece. Next, I folded the tabs and adhered the smaller Silver Brushed Cardstock tab to the back of the front oven layer so it is even with the top edge. Next, I attached the front of oven to the front of the 3D vignette assembled piece. Then, to further embellish the project, I adhered the utensil rack, utensils and other mitt to the 3D Vignette.

I die-cut some flowers and foliage out of Snowdrift Cardstock using the Petite Floral Potpourri Etched Dies and added a bit of Worn LipstickTwisted Citron, and Shabby Shutters Distress Oxide Inks to the petals and leaves and Spun Sugar ink to the flower centre with a sponge dauber to add shading. Then, I embossed the individual petals using the stylus tips from the Susan's Garden Ultimate Tool Kit and assembled the pieces with liquid glue.

I love this cute oven and how it all came together! The blessing is that if you don’t want to go all out 3D, it’s perfect to be used for the front of your card too. In fact, the oven door opens and it would make a lovely money holder, with the bills tucked into the door.



Giveaway:
To celebrate this release, Spellbinders are giving away a $25 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments on their blog. Giveaway closes on Sunday, May 15th, 11:59 pm MST. The winner will be announced in this blog hop post the following Wednesday. The winner is responsible for shipping costs, duties, and taxes.

Please note, store credit (gift certificate) cannot be applied to Club Subscriptions. Store credit can be applied to shop past Club products, Club extras and regular releases.

Blog Hop Order:
Next Stop on this Blog Hop is the talented, Rosemary Dennis' blog.
Just in case you lose your place along the way, here is the complete list of participants so that you can find your way back:


Thank you so much for your stopping by and reading this blog post. I hope you liked my project! 

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Wishing you a great day ahead!

30 comments:

  1. I LOVE the colors you chose for your elegant range. I would love to have this in my kitchen--a real range.

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  2. OMG I just LOVE the bitty food! Can't get over it lol

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  3. I love this little oven so much (and yours is adorable!)! Perfect for party treats. So cute!

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  4. What a fun box. Great idea with the oven.

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  5. How adorable! The stove is so cute!

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  6. So Beautiful! I love how soft and feminine this creation is, wish I had it for Mothers Day!

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  7. This is absolutely adorable!
    I love how creative this is and the 3 D look.
    Thanks for sharing and the inspiration!

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  8. Your project is so amazing, creative, darling and fabulous, Hussena. Beautifully done!
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  9. Great project. Love the colors. Thanks for sharing

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  10. Great project share. I like the little touches of detail. Looks like a fun set to try out.

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  11. So cute. Love the country color scheme.

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  12. Dorothea P ZyskoMay 13, 2022 at 7:03 AM

    Love the oven. Adorable!

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  13. Dorothea P ZyskoMay 13, 2022 at 7:04 AM

    Love the oven!! Adorable.

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  14. OHGoodness, this is certainly adorable. The pieces are just too small for me these days but I love seeing what others are doing with it.

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  15. Wow! All of the details make this a fabulous dimensional gift for a special baker! It is awesome! Mahalo from Hawaii for the excellent instructions.

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  16. This is so cute. Oh, my, those little knobs and burners!

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  17. You made this more special by adding the cute little food!

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  18. Love this project! I have a friend whose nickname is "Cookie" and she loves to bake. This would be perfect for her. Thanks.

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  19. I have a friend whose nickname is Cookie and she loves to bake. This would be perfect for her!

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  20. This is freaking incredible! So cute

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  21. Your stove is sooooo cute!! I love it!!

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  22. I LOVE this cute oven! Pretty colors and details!

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  23. Cute project and love the idea to open the door for a money holder card :)

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  24. A fun paper craft. Nicely done.

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  25. Wow..cute oven ..

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