Spellbinders- The Spotlight Frames and Floral Collection

Hello friends,

I’m thrilled to share 4 cards featuring the Spotlight Frames and Floral Collect by Lisa Horton from Spellbinders’ May new releases.

Flamingo Smile Card

I love this month’s large Die Club’s Flamingo, and I used it with the Woven Lattice Texture die and You Make Me Smile stamp and die from the Collection

I finally purchased a Sara Hrenaeclark color palette cube from my wishlist. It has been a big help for my cardmaking, as I experiment with mixing colors and combinations. I usually don’t use many colors in one card, but I want to try mixing some.

I picked the #205 palette and applied it to this card.


 First, I die-cut the Wowen Lattice on the teal card stock for the background.

I die-cut the flamingo from Fruit Punch cardstock and shaded the edges with blending brushes. Then, I added highlights with a white gel pen.

I stamped the “You Make Me Smile” Sentiment Stamp with Versa Watermark ink on black cardstock, applied white embossing powder, and die-cut it with a coordinated die.

Smile Card

I used the Woven 3D embossing Floder on the background for this smile card.


Sorry for the poorly taken photo; the color palette number isn’t visible.

I based the color combination on the color palate but used warm gray instead of black for the background.

I used the Floral Stems Etched Dies from the Photosynthesis Collection by Simon Hurle.

I die-cut the daisies and colored them with markers.

I finished the card using the Gold Mix Color Essentials Gems.


I colored the Lime Rickey ink with blending brushes and sprayed water to create the background on the card.

I die-cut the Amenonies die and colored it with markers.

I used a white gel pen on the flowers to give more details.


I used the Cheers to You Sentiments, which were white-hot and foiled on the black card stock.


I completed the card by adding black enamel dots.


I used the embossing Folder Club of May 2024 for the background.

I die-cut the Anemonies on white card card stock, and colored it with markers.



I used the color palette a little bit, and I didn’t want a dark background color, so I embossed it with an embossing folder on the waterfall color card stock.


I added some dots and detailed the flower with a gel pen and a yellow acrylic pen.

I layered the circle with a green ombre beyond the stitched edge circle frame.

(I used the blending brushes for the ombre)

I am glad you took the time to read this post. I hope it has motivated you to unleash your creativity. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or feedback.
I’m looking forward to sharing more content with you soon.





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