Spellbinders. Wine Country Collection.

Hi guys!

A long time ago, I guess it was early spring, I had an incredible opportunity to work with entire Spellbinders collection of stamps and dies from Stacey Caron – Wine Country.

It’s difficult to reveal how great was to play with stamps and dies from this release. I’ve made a bunch of cards and most of them were pablished in Die-Cutting Essentials magazine Issue #41 n May. I should share this information with you a few months ago, but it’s better late than never, I guess)

So, let’s start with my favourite card:

I like to make wreaths on my cards and this barrel is just perfect for creating one more. Here I’ve used such sets of dies: Barrel of Sentiments, Wine Corks, Wine Glass Bottle Tag and Frame Charms.

I colored grapes using distress markers and covered every single berry with glossy accent. I did the same for all the cards here.

To create the next card I’ve worked with Label 59, Label 59 Decorative Accents, Wine Charms and the sentiment is from Wine Glass Bottle Tag.

I also like to create gate folding cards and I find Vineyard Wine Bottle Tag just perfect fo such kind of cards.

I’ve never created Wine Glass Bottle Tag before, but this set of dies is really useful when you want to decorate your bottle as a gift.

I gold heat embossed a sentiment from the set.

For my next card I’ve used Label 59, Label 59 Decorative AccentsBarrel of Sentiments and  Frame Charms.

I find these Wine Corks so pretty and like so much how they look on my card. Together with grapes from  Wine Glass Bottle Tag they create a perfect match. 

And the last card is featuring Wine Snippets set of dies. I added sentiment from Wine Corks and grapes from  Wine Glass Bottle Tag.

Hope you are not tired after seeing all the photos of my cards) and also hope you like all of them.

Stay tuned since I have many interesting project to share with you in the nearest future.

See you soon!

  1. Beautiful cards! These make me want to start drinking wine again…lol! I love the colors too!

    1. Thank you so much, Mary! Actually, that wasn’t my purpose)))since I don’t drink wine at all.

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