If you haven’t checked out the Spellbinders Grand Calibur, you’re missing out. This product is a must-have for papercrafters, cardmakers and scrapbookers. A die cut machine is an essential tool if you want precise, quality images for your work. You can use paper you already have in your stash rather than heading to the store for pre-cut pieces and make adjustments as needed. Basically, if you don’t have great dies and a well-made cutting machine, you’re missing out on amazing opportunity to create great crafts! Luckily, this month’s giveaway from FaveCrafts and Cool2Craft has you covered. Until June 29th, you can enter to win a Spellbinders Grand Calibur and Julianna Hudgins Positively Me Dies!
You can’t go wrong with a quality die-cut machine like the Grand Calibur from Spellbinders. This machine is lightweight and portable, making it ideal for crafting on the go. Also, it’s compatible with all kinds of Spellbinders dies, so you won’t have to run out and buy anything new. Cut and emboss all the templates you want in no time! Best of all, you can cut multiple shapes at a time. This machine makes crafting simple, and who doesn’t need some simplicity in their life?
The winner of this giveaway will also receive a set of Positively Me Dies by Julianna Hudgins. These templates are both beautiful and empowering. Everyone wants to feel like a goddess, so why not evoke this image in your cards, scrapbooks and mixed media designs? You can use your Grand Calibur to emboss or cut using one of these two templates. This package also includes wire-work inspired hearts to complete the set.
You don’t have to be a crafting expert to love these products. Spend a little time with the Grand Calibur and Positively Me Dies and you’ll see why the industry is buzzing about these amazing craft products.
This giveaway ends June 29th.
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