Spellbinders – Flea Market Finds Release

Happy Friday friends! It’s time for another Spellbinders release. This time I’m creating with a very different collection of products for me and it’s been really fun! It’s called Flea Market Finds and was curated by Cathe Holden. These products scream “inky messy” to me so that’s where I started today.

I’ve used the bold red paper from the Floral 2 Palette paper pad, torn in half and inked the edge. Then I needed to distress my base layer to match so I inked it with ground espresso distress oxide ink. I stamped random images on the panel using the Reading Matter stamp set. I sprayed the panel and flicked ground espresso ink on it for more texture. Then I glued the red paper down with tape runner.

I die cut an envelope from the Mini Envelope 2 die set and distressed it with the same ink. I glued it together and stuffed it with fun things from the Coat Check Miscellany printed die cuts. I popped the envelop up with foam squares and rolled the edge of the red paper out a bit for extra texture too.

I thought the red paper was lacking with the texture everywhere else so I stamped an image from the stamp set and heat embossed it with platinum embossing powder. Then I splattered the panel with a few more flicks of watered down ink to finish it all off.

This type of cardmaking is very out of my typical style and it was so fun to just dive in and play. These products are awesome for a variety of crafting styles!

Products used:
Mini Envelopes 2 dies
Coat Check Miscellany printed die cuts
Florals 2 Palette paper pad
Reading Matter stamps

Foam squares
Distress Ink – ground espresso
Liquid glue

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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