2012-13 Spellbinders Tutorials


* Diamond Anniversary: Sneak Peek and Giveaway - Day 5

* Enhancing Elements

* Holiday Die D-Lites

* Winter ThemedProjects 

* Holiday Projects

* Labels Thirty Two

* M-Bossabilities

* Holiday Projects

* Thanksgiving Projects

* New Die D-Lites Tutorial

 * Fall Party Invitation

* Tuesday Tutorial Video - Fall Gift Tag

 * Noble Rook Tutorial

* What a Treat Tutorial

* Tuesday Tutorial Video - Fall

* Vintage Hatpin Bezel

* Mirror Mirror Die D-Lite

* Emmy Awards Invitation

* Back to School

* Decorative Elements

* Fabulous Fonts

* Enhancing Elements

* Savvy Saturday Enhancing Elements

* Wedding

* 2013 Sneak Peek

* Independence Day

* Scrapbooking

 * Media Mixage

* Father's Day

* 3D M-Bossabilities 

* Savvy Saturday - Die D-Lites 

* Media - Other than Paper

*  Summer Layout

* Mother's Day Card 

* Preserving Family Memories

* Mini Album Tutorial

* Earth Day Layout

*  Licensed Dies by Samantha Walker

*  M-Bossabilities 

* Filigree Easter Cross

Shaped to Shine 

* Triumphant Blossom Cut Fold Tuck 

* Grand Layout 

* Card Creator - Beautiful Borders  

 * Simply Stunning 

* Valentine

* Masculine Media 

* Harmony 

 * Filigree Delight   


* Building off the Core

 * Nestabilities and Layouts 

* Handmade Gift


  1. Hi Linda, It's taken me a few weeks to master the 'blogger' technology but I really wanted to say thank you so much for your visit to Scrapville. I just love using Spellbinder dies and the lesson was terrific - I have a whole new lease on scrapping. Thank you again .... Delsie

    1. Thank you so much Delsie - it was a pleasure to meet you and I am so thrilled you were inspired. I hope you are able to check out these tutorials and get some more inspiration. Thanks so much for taking the time to come here and comment - much appreciated! {{{hugs}}}

  2. Hi Linda and thank you for the wonderful inspiration and tutorials both here on your blog and over at the Spellbinders blog.
    I loved your tutorial called Shaped to Shine - the shaped card is magnificent. I have tried to recreate it using the Spellbinders Decorative Labels 8 die but the back side of the card doesn't cut all the way through in the more intricate parts of the die. Do you have any suggestions for me or am I using a die which is too intricate for this technique?

    1. Hi Jo - thanks for your lovely comment! When using card doubled you sometimes need to turn the card in the Die 90 degrees and run it through the Die Cutting Machine again - you may have to so this a couple of times, making sure the side that is not cutting through is near the edge as that is where the most pressure is. I hope this helps - I have found it works every time! {{{hugs}}}

  3. Oh thank you so much!!! So excited I'm off to the scrap room to play!

  4. Woohoo!!!! It worked a treat. Thank you soooooo much :)

  5. It is a shame a lot of these tutorials can no longer be found I was having so much fun looking but there is far too many missing xxxxx

    1. HI Trudi - thank you for taking the time to look through the tutorial - sadly when Spellbinders changed their Blog Host a lot of the tutorials were not transferred. You can find my more recent ones Under International Ambassadors Tutorials. I will try and find out of the others can be found - if not I will delete the links. xox


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