Yesterday Splitcoaststampers published a new Product Review. This time we got to play with Want2Scrap Products. If you have read my blog the last month you have seen me use it. I have to say I love it! It’s very affordable, gorgeous bling. I love that the Nestaboard and Nestabling are created to match Spellbinders dies. To see the entire review, click here.

In the Accordion Card Video tutorial I show the Nestaboard and Nestabling matching the Label 1 dies from Spellbinders. You can see how easy it is to use.

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Lori Craig and Sharon Harnist are coming to town today for tomorrows Copic Certicification. Tomorrow morning Jenn Balcer arrives. I can’t wait. We will have a great weekend!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and smiles


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

10 Responses to “Product Focus on SCS – Want2Scrap Nestabling and Nestaboard”

  1. Thanks for the tutorial video! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thank you so much for the tutorial. Your creation is wonderful I love the shave and the way that it folds. Very clever.

  3. I am so happy to know about the Nestaboard, as the Spellbinder dies sure can’t cut through anything that thick. I usually cut several layers of cereal boxes and then have to glue them all together, and it still won’t be as thick and rigid as the Nestaboard. Love it and GREAT product focus, I love those!

  4. Lovely project! You always do such a beautiful job and give such great instructions.

  5. Was für ein super tolles Video!!!
    Zwei super tolle Videos gleich hintereinander.
    Ich freu mich so! 🙂 Beate, Sie sind unglaublich!!!
    Hugs and smiles

  6. Lovely project. Always learn something when I drop by. Thanks. Great products too. TFS

  7. Thanks so much for the wonderful tutorial. What a super idea. Really appreciate you catering for the visual leaners.
    Best wishes
    Cape Town

  8. That is Beautiful, such a great little book, tfs!

  9. Thank you Beate for this tutorial video

  10. Another beautiful creation, Beate. Thank you so much for a great tutorial, too x

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