Welcome to the Spellbinders Vintage Treasures Blog hop! The Vintage Treasures release contains 14 different die sets that are amazing! I’m working with 2 of them today. The Tiffany Lavaliere Etched dies and Adorned Notepad Etched dies. First up, Stained Glass! The photo above shows it under a bright light so you can see all the details of this piece… I filled the opening of the dies with Jewel Drops to create the look.
The next two photos show it up in the window and I am absolutely in love. I used a few dies from the set to create this “butterfly” – it wasn’t intended to be used in that way but I saw the shape and couldn’t shake it! LOVE LOVE!
Next up, a fun memo pad Adorned Notepad Etched dies set. I added some details to the exterior and interior with the Starburst Lines Stencil and then used the remaining dies to add details and embellishments.
Here is what the inside looks like:
And complete with some memo paper!
Blog Hop Order:
Laurel Beard – YOU ARE HERE!!!!!!!!!!!
To celebrate this release, Spellbinders is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop. Giveaway closes on Sunday, July 14th 11:59 pm EDT.
I hope you enjoyed my projects and all the others in the hop! Be sure to comment. The more you comment, the better chances you have of winning!!!
42 thoughts on “Spellbinders Vintage Treasures Blog Hop with Giveaway”
What a lovely card.
Looks like marbles on card. Both are beautiful.
I always make cards with my dies, but your 2 projects have me thinking of expanding my crafting. Great designs!
You always thin outside the box! Love your cards!
Love the Notebook die, really pretty!
So beautiful! I love the notepad.
Love your butterflies. I did not know about Jewel Drops. They are awesome. The notebook die is a first for me. I love this unique idea and the design of your notebook. What a great gift for someone.
Your projects are gorgeous, hoping there’s a process video coming up. Thanks for sharing your creativity.
Gorgeous cards. the stained glass look on the first one is beautiful.
Love the “Butterfly”! How clever to use the jewel drops to make it look stained glass. The note pad is darling. Great job!
Laurel, I especially like the first one. The stained glass look is cool.
Amazing! I love the NOTES with the POP of bright pink!
You’ve definitely achieved the look of stained glass! Beautiful job!
Love the stained glass look! They look amazing! TFS.
Great looking cards! I love the colors you used.
Such a beautiful stained glass butterfly and the wonderful note pad.
Thanks so much for sharing…
Such a gorgeous card.. they’re amazing..
Beautiful creations with this lovely Vintage Treasures Collection!
They look like butterflies. Pretty colors
The stained glass look is spectacular!
Oh wow! Out of the box thinking!! I love your creative work! 🙂
Thank you so much for sharing! I have 3 papillon dogs, so I especially love anything with butterflies. The stained glass effect is awesome!
Great products — great work!!!
Such a beautiful stained glass look!
Your projects are gorgeous! Stained glass! Yes! Absolutely stunning.
These look awesome! 🙂 Love the stained glass look.
What gorgeous projects! These dies are so versatile!
So creative! Brilliant use of the jewel drops for the stained glass look! Wow.
These are just gorgeous and that stained glass effect is spectacular!!
Gorgeous cards!! Such wonderful designs. Thank you for the inspiration.
Loving that stained glass look!
HOW LOVELY & CREATIVE! Your first project is SO CREATIVE & I’m SURE that it just GLISTENS in the sun!!! Your note pad is LOVELY AS WELL, with the way you used the dies! BOTH are SO CREATIVE!!!!!!!! 😉 A SUPER JOB, Laurel!!!!!!! ;)<3
wow – love the way you have used these products – really creative and inspiring esp the stained glass idea
Ooooo! That Starburst Lines Stencil!!! What a GORGEOUS notepad! And I’m loving the stained glass look!
Love both of these projects!
So stunning with the black! Nicely done!
Simply beautiful creations!!! Love the colors and love the black accents!
Love the look of the star burst stencil!!!! Did you emboss with it?