Thursday, 24 August 2017


Hello and welcome...
I love this Spellbinders Die!! 

It is called 'Mystical Embrace Die Set'

There are 3 dies to this set and I think that when you use the main part of the set  you don't have to do very much to create a lovely card

The colour theme is black and ivory with the little pop of red

I die cut and embossed the largest die in a pearlised ivory card stock and adhered it to my A5 black card using a spray adhesive

I then die cut the centre piece on the same ivory card using the two smaller dies and repeated this 4 times and glued them together to give me a raised border

The final die cut was on black card for the oval shape in the centre

I am also in the middle of a commission and some of the off cuts from the heart shape die that I'm using for that card produce these lovely shaped hearts, so I die cut and embossed on red card stock to get 2 hearts for this card

  • black card ~ Crafter's Companion (CC)
  • pearlised ivory card ~ CC
  • red card ~ CC
  • spray adhesive ~ CC
  • die ~  Mystical Embrace Die Set/Spellbinders
  • Platinum machine ~ Spellbinders
Thank you for taking the time to visit, I hope my designs have given a little inspiration.
I read all your comments and really appreciate you leaving me a message.
June x


  1. Thanks, June for the inspiration and I love the colours together.

  2. Very simple but effective card. Its hard to comment on the colour due to diff monitors/phones etc BUT you are well aware my favs are blk n white. Keep em coming june, tho i have to admit i do NOT know where you get all these designs from - your brain must never switch off xxx

  3. Gorgeous card June and I love the little red hearts. A lovely shape. Thank you for sharing.


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