I created a Thanksgiving card with one of Spellbinders brand new Die D-Lites die. I hope you have time to hop on over and check it out.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

14 Responses to “Spellblogger Sneak Peak – Die D-Lites”

  1. Hi! Beautiful card Beate.
    God Bless :)

  2. This turned out lovely!!

  3. Heading over now, as it looks GORGEOUS!
    hugs,
    M

  4. Oh it’s so good to be able to visit your blog again!! My laptop died and I’ve only been able to get online with my ipod..not fun LOL Your card is gorgeous!!

  5. I couldn’t wait to see the dies when I saw the news about them yesterday, and they didn’t disappoint!! Your card is simply stunning, Beate!! You showcased the the cattails die perfectly…it is fabulous!! I love how you layered it over the Lace Motif die!! Elegant and beautiful!! I hope you have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid’s Crafts

  6. Looks beautiful Beate! I can hear my wallet screaming!

  7. Beate, you showcased this incredible die in such a way as to make it irresistible! I lolve the color combo, and the way you mounted it on the doily. The three buttons are such a nice touch, too. Just fabulous!

  8. Lovely card as usual.

  9. Great card. I just came back from visiting your SB tutorial. Thanks!

  10. this is so beautiful, loved the tutorial and will be sure to try that wax paper trick

  11. Oh my goodness, Beate – these new dies are D-liteful! Can’t wait to try some of them out. Thanks for sharing your beautiful card, and for another wonderful tutorial!

  12. I just love the texture you gave to the die by using that paper and like how you have mounted it too, very handsome card!

  13. this is such a beauty, girl! love love the design and colors. gorgeous card! hope you have a wonderful weekend! =)

  14. This is a lovely specealy card.
    Gr Elly. Roemenie

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