Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Spellbinders Just For You Candy Box

Hello Friends! Today I would like to show you how to make these candy boxes with my new die set called Just For You Box from my Thoughtful Expressions Collection by Spellbinders. They are very easy to make, all the work is in the die. The die set has 7 pieces which give you several different options on how to decorate the boxes. They are also great for Valentine's Day by using the "I Love You" dies included in the set!!


1. Die cut box base with Just For You Box die set from designer cardstock. Fold at scored lines created by the die.

2. Die cut “Just For You” from designer cardstock. Cut a 1 1/8” x 4 ¾” rectangle from contrasting color cardstock.

3. Glue “Just For You” on panel.

4. Cut a 12” piece of silk ribbon, glue to front of box. Adhere “Just For You” panel to box on top of ribbon using E-Z Runner double stick tape. 

5. Adhere double stick tape to all 6 tabs.

6. Assemble box by adhering tabs to box base and lid as pictured below.

7. Die cut 5 candy wrappers with die from designer cardstock. Wrap around Hershey’s Nuggets and secure with double stick tape. Insert candy in the box.

8. To add tiny flowers to the candy, die cut multiple flowers and leaves using the dies included in the set.

9. Color flowers with distress inks and then shape with Stylus tips for Tool N’ One. Glue 2 flower layers together for each flower and then glue onto leaves. Embellish center of flowers with Nuvo Crystal Drops.

10. Insert candy inside box and then close by making a bow with ribbon.

11. To add “I Love You” to candy, die cut letters and heart with the dies included in the set. Glue letters and heart to candy as pictured below.

Spellbinders Supplies:

Other Supplies:

Designer cardstock: Maja Design – Enjoying Outdoors Paper Collection, E-Z Runner Grand by Scrapbook Adhesive by 3L, May Arts Silk Ribbon, Hershey’s Nuggets Chocolate, Nuvo Crystal Drops – Ivory Seashell, Ranger Distress Inks – Dusty Concord, Seedless Preserves and Peeled Paint, Double Stick Tape.

Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful week!

Marisa Job

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Heartfelt Creations - It's Your Special Day Card

Hello Friends! Beautifully ruffled in delicate layers and commonly gifted to express love, fascination, and distinction, the carnation flower is certainly recognizable and a floral garden and arrangement favorite. Thought to be one of the oldest cultivated flowers in the world, the carnation is traditionally associated with the Mother’s Day holiday, but is also known to be a wonderful choice for birthdays, weddings and just because occasions. With an outstanding reputation as a cut flower, and an amazing array of colors and sizes, it is no wonder that the carnation flower remains so popular today! Heartfelt Creations invites you to celebrate the beauty and gentle humbleness of the carnation with the Camelia Carnation Collection! With a color palette of fiery reds, pastel pinks, sunset orange tones, and lush hues of greens, the gorgeous paper collection brings with it a bold but feminine feel. Filled with attractive carnations clusters, exquisite flower gardens, and decorative lace like details, this pretty paper collection is sure to become a perennial favorite. Two cling stamp sets and coordinating dies come together to create enamoring and realistic carnation blossoms with delicately illustrated details and varying sized petals ideal for assembling full sized carnation flowers to charming mini versions, while a third cling stamp set lends itself perfectly to layering and creating dimensional carnation clusters. So join with us as we celebrate and give recognition to the traditional, but somewhat overlooked and under praised carnation flower!

HC Products Used:

HCD1-7164 Small Camelia Carnation Die
HCDP1-285 Camelia Carnation Paper Collection
HCPC-3806 Small Camelia Carnation Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-7161 Sweetheart Borders Die

Other Products:
Pink Cardstock, Foam Squares, Hot Glue Gun, Twine, Spellbinders Platinum Die Cutting Machine.


Cut a 6” x 12” piece of pink cardstock, fold in half to create a 6” x 6” card base. Cover front of card with Camelia Carnation Paper Collection. Cut a smaller piece, distress edges and adhere to card with foam squares.
Die cut Sweetheart Border from pink cardstock, adhere to left side of card front with glue.
Stamp multiple Carnations and leaves with Small Camelia Carnation Cling Stamp Set with Fuchsia Pink StazOn Ink Pad onto Art Foam Paper. Die cut with coordinating Camelia Carnation Die. Color flowers with Berrylicious and Pumpkin Spice Chalk Ink Pads using Store Daubers. Color leaves with Guacamole Chalk Ink Pad.
Heat flowers and leaves with Heat It Craft Tool just for a few seconds. Shape flowers by twisting petals and using Flower Shaping Kit. Repeat with leaves.
Layer several petals together with hot glue gun to make flowers, puncture a hole in the middle for the stamens. Adhere flowers and leaves to card as pictured. Make a bow with twine and glue under flowers.
Cut out sentiment from paper collection and adhere to card with foam squares.

Be sure to visit Heartfelt Creations Blog for more Inspiration.

Thanks for visiting! Hugs!


Monday, December 11, 2017

Spellbinders "Thoughtful Expressions Collection" by Marisa Job

Hello Friends! I am so excited to announce the release of my new "Thoughtful Expressions Collection" by Spellbinders. This collections has 10 new die sets that are now available to the consumer. You can click on the links with the names of the die sets for more information on the Spellbinders website.
Here is a picture of some of the projects I created with the new die sets in this collection. I will be posting tutorials and instructions on how to make these projects starting next week.

Stay tuned for upcoming posts with instructions on how to make projects using these die sets!

Thank you so much for visiting. Hugs!


Thursday, November 30, 2017

Spellbinders Flowers and Lace Card

Hello crafty friends! I had so much fun creating this card with Flower Lace Borders die set from my Timeless Heart Collection by Spellbinders. I also used Textured Flowers die set and Foamiran to make the flowers. I really enjoy making flowers with Foamiran, the flowers are really easy to shape and they look very natural and soft to the touch.


1. Create a 5” x 7” card base from white cardstock. Cover front of card with designer cardstock.
2. Die cut 2 lace borders with Flower Lace Borders S4-796 die set from white card stock.

3. Cut a 6 ½” x 2 ½” panel from designer cardstock. Glue flower lace borders to panel and then adhere to card front using foam squares.

4. Die cut Friends sentiment with Friends & Family Frames S5-315 die set from white cardstock. Adhere sentiment to card using foam squares.

5. Die cut multiple flowers and leaves with Textured Flowers S5-317 die set from Foamiran in peach color. Color edges of all flowers with brown and pink chalk inks. Color leaves with green chalk ink.

6.  Heat flowers with heat tool for a few seconds and then twist petals to shape. Layer petals together with hot glue gun.

7. Die cut 2 leaf vines with Layered Leaf Vines S4-795 die set from Foamiran, color with green chalk ink.

8. Embellish center of flowers with stamens or micro-beads. Adhere flowers and leaves to card as pictured below. Create a bow with silk ribbon and glue under flower.

You can also use silver foil cardstock to die cut the flower lace and sentiment.

Spellbinders Supplies:

Other Supplies:

Neenah Papers White Cardstock, Blue Fern Studios – Artisan Paper Collection, Silver Foil Cardstock, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L -  3D Foam Squares, Foamiran, Prima Marketing Chalk Inks – Teak Wall, Garden Grass and Vintage Pink, May Arts Silk Ribbon, Hot Glue Gun, Heat Tool.

Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful week!


Monday, November 27, 2017

Craft Hoarders Anonymous Blog Hop Winner

Hello Friends!
Thanks to everyone who took the time to comment on the Craft Hoarders Anonymous 2017 Holiday Blog Hop. 
The winner of the Spellbinders Rolled Flowers Die Set  is Beverly Jordan with comment #3! I will email Beverly to give her the good news!

For a complete tutorial on how to make the Rolled Flowers and project below go HERE

Thank you everyone for your sweet comments!! 

Have a wonderful week!! Hugs!


Sunday, November 19, 2017

Spellbinders Note Holder - Craft Hoarders Anonymous Hop

Hello Friends! Welcome to the November Craft Hoarders Anonymous Hop! You should be coming to my blog from Wendy's BlogAfter visiting me, hop over to Jacquie's Blog next. To start at the beginning of the hop, and for the full list of Bloggers, go to Gloria's Blog
Today I would like to show you how to make this Post-it Note Holder I designed for Spellbinders. It was designed to fit a 3” x 3” standard pad. This is one of the die sets from my Timeless Heart Collection.
Leave a comment below for a chance to win Spellbinders Rolled Flowers Die Set.


1. Using Spellbinders Note Holder S5-319 die set, die cut note holder base from designer cardstock.

2. Fold at embossed lines and apply tape to tab.

3. Die cut front and back panels from designer cardstock.

4. Assemble note holder and adhere front and back panels.

5. Die cut flowers and leaf vines using die set from designer cardstock. Shape and color with distress inks. 

6. Adhere flowers and leaf vines to front panel.

7. Insert Post-it note pad in pocket or cut several 3” x 3” pieces of paper.

Here is another Note Holder picture created with different colors for any occasion:

Be sure to leave a comment below for a chance to win one of my die sets called Rolled Flowers S4-797 from my Timeless Heart Collection by Spellbinders. The Rolled Flowers are so easy to make, with just one die cut you get the stamens, flower petals and leaves! See pictures below.
I will be announcing the winner of this die set on Tuesday, November 28th. Good luck!!

For a tutorial on how to make the Rolled Flowers pictured below go HERE

Spellbinders Supplies:

Other Supplies:

Post-it Notes 3” x 3” Pads, Maja Design - I wish and Home For The Holidays Paper Collections, Ranger Distress Inks, Nuvo Crystal Drops – Ivory Seashell, Tape.

Here is the list of the ladies participating in the Hop:

Thanks for visiting! Hugs!