The Gina K Designs team would like to welcome you to this special Spellbinders™ "Thank You" blog hop.
For a list of those participating today, check out Stamp TV. If you didn't come from Gina's blog, make sure to stop by there first!
For my card, I used the Stamp TV kit from February, Sent with Love. I used the S4-292 Beaded Circles, and S4-114 Standard Circles LG, and the S4-239 Classic Scalloped Borderabilites Petites from Spellbinders.
I stamped the butterfly on the white circle and then again onto a scarp piece of cardstock. I cut out the hearts, popped them upon to the main image and covered them with stickles.
A little about the Grand Calibur-
It's about 10lbs, and has a GRAND sized platform! You can run up to 2 whole sets of Nestabilities through it at one time- (depending on the set of course! ;)
Here is all of what you get with the Grand Calibur. The A Base Plate; The C Cutting Plate; the B Embossing Plate; and the tan Embossing Mat.
For a quick size reference- here is my Grand next to my Wizard- fyi, that white tray pops out to run card stock through with out trimming first!
And here you can see the S5-029 Nested Lacey Pennants dies, The S4-324 Ribbon Banners, and part of the the S5-027 Labels Twenty-One dies. (You may have seen some "snippets" that work with the above sets on Gina's blog already! ;)
You can run ALL of these through at one time!
Here are most of the Grand sized dies, they all coordinate and nest with the regular classic Nestabilities™.
So you can see just how much larger they are- A grand set and a regular set.
An A2 sized card front with the largest of the regular Nestabilities™.
And here is the largest of the grand set on an 8 1/2 x 11" sheet of card stock- Which you can run through the machine as is.
Make sure to head on over to Carolina's blog next!!!
And make sure to check out Stamp TV!
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