Spellbinders Clear Stamp of the Month November 2020

Hey there everyone, I hope you’re staying well. I got my hands on the NEW Spellbinders Clear Stamp of the Month for November 2020 and I wanted to share three projects I made with this stamp set. This premiere stamp set contains “Christmas Gem,” perfect for getting your holiday card stash started (or finished).

In addition to this club, Spellbinders has additional clubs to suit your crafting budget or needs. Find more information on the clubs HERE. Otherwise, below is the scoop on this exciting new subscription for Spellbinders.

Clear Stamp of the Month Subscription

Membership Includes:

  • Exclusive 4″ x 5.75″ set of clear Photopolymer stamps that are designed to work with an acrylic block, and are made in the U.S.A. + US Shipping. $19.99 Value!
  • Project Inspiration: Each kit will feature project ideas with at least one detailed how-to instruction tutorial each month.
  • Member Benefits & Savings: Receive exclusive member pricing in the Spellbinders store. Plus receive access to deals, savings, and gifts – only available to members.

Non-Traditional Colors

This is my first project I made using Spellbindres Christmas Gems. I opted for a lavender monochrome palette with white heat embossed elements. If you take a look at the stamp image above, a few of the smaller elements actually mirror the larger cluster found in the gem. I took advantage of that and ‘decoupaged’ the images on top of the existing ones in the large gem. This card relies on dimension, so there is plenty of stacked foam behind each layer to give a lot of interest.

Masculine Dotwork

To continue the non-traditional card palette, I stamped the main gem image multiple times in a pattern onto some ivory colored cardstock. I made sure to use an alcohol marker friendly black ink so I could add grey accents to the poinsettias. I used a fine detail pen to add dots into the open spaces and finished with a sentiment tag and sequins.

Anaglyph 3D

I decided to go a little wild with this last example by making the main gem image an anaglyph. An anaglyph is the retro way 3D was made before polarized lenses. I don’t know if this will truly create a 3D image if you use those red and cyan glasses. Regardless I love the way this one turned out because it looks 3D without any added dimension–this card is one layer.

Thank You!

I really appreciate you stopping by. If you like what you’ve seen from me, please give me a follow over on my Instagram (@jaycee.gaspar) and/or subscribing to my blog and YouTube if you haven’t already.

Also, huge thanks to the Spellbinders Team for sending me this stamp set to play with. I now have three beautiful and modern cards to start my holiday stash!


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