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Spellbinders Celebra'tion Collection - Get Crafty! [Giveaway ends 8/22]

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One of my favorite things to do is make crafts, although I'm not especially good at inventing new ideas on my own. But the idea of a homemade card or little gift or party  supply just appeals to me! That's why I was so excited to try out the crafts from Spellbinders Celebra'tion Collection provided to me by Purex Insiders.

Spellbinders Celebra'tion Collection was inspired by designer Richard Garay. He has a passion for paper crafts (my kind of guy!), event hosting, and handmade greetings. His creations are "cheerful, bright and yummy" which make them not only easy to create but fun and inspiring.

I had the chance to create two little crafts - one was a card and the other was a treat bag. The colors used in each of these creations were so bright and fun and colorful.

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I also looked over each of the items offered in the Celebra'tions Collection and these are so much fun! There are papers, inks, stamps, dies, and embellishments to choose from. I was so excited to see that the website also has an idea gallery, for those of you like me who needs a little (or maybe a lot) of guidance on putting crafts together. This will definitely make you want to purchase something off the website, because these cards and crafts look better and more colorful than what you would find in a store!

The best thing of all is that I get to giveaway a stamp collection to one of my lucky crafty readers! (You will have to buy acrylic blocks separately!).

You can also purchase from the Richard Garay, Celebra'tions collection by visiting the Spellbinders website here

Enter via Rafflecopter below. Contest ends 8/22.

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I received a complimentary craft in exchange for my honest review.

Comments

  1. I would like to try the celebrate your day craft card.

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  2. I love that my daughters got the family talents and I get the benefits

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  3. All the cards look great. I especially like the Thank You Banner card. It would be fun to make. Thanks

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  4. My daughter would love the sweet treats! How fun this would be.

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  5. I like the Thank You, My Friend craft.

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  6. I would like to make the Sweet Treats for You :)

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  7. Something from media mix`age I think would be fun or the embossing. All are so beautiful

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  8. I'd love and want to try the Birthday Rosette Card

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  9. I'd like to make the Peace card that was featured in the Gallery.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  10. The Bird Call luminary is beautiful, and I'd love to attempt it, though I can't imagine it would go well. I'm not a very good crafter.

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  11. I love the Sweet Treats for You :)

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  12. I really like that Valentine Banner! I like to go all out on holidays :)

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  13. I would love to make the Believe craft. Absolutely love the way it looks!

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