I have another video post to share with you on the Spellbinders Paper Arts blog. The coming week is all about Nestabilities®. Nestabilities started my love for Spellbinders products. Once the original shapes came out I was hooked. In the video I talk a bit about some of my favorite techniques you can do with Spellbinders dies and show how to create this telescoping image.

I hope you have time to stop by, check it out and tell me what you think. I would love to hear from you!  Have a wonderful weekend!
Hugs and smiles


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

16 Responses to “Savvy Saturday Video – Versatility of Nestabilities”

  1. Hello!

    Beautiful card! I love this style – so pretty! Wishing you a happy weekend!


    Barbara Diane

  2. Great idea and great card – you are so talented!

  3. This looks fabulous Beate! I’m headed over to watch the video. Thanks for passing on all your wonderful tips!

  4. Thank you for another lovely video tutorial, Beate. Your work is always so inspiring x

  5. Really special way to use the Nestabilities, Beate! I love the way you take one technique and then just add more and more layers/details to make your cards. Beautiful!

  6. What a gorgeous card, Beate!! Your tutorials are the absolute best…I learn so much. I’ve seen telescoping images before, but never explained as well as you have 🙂 I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!!

    Hugs, Lisa
    A Mermaid’s Crafts

  7. Your cards and tutorials are always inspirational. I love my Nestabilities, and can’t wait to have a go at this technique.
    Thanks 🙂

  8. It is so dangerous on my pocketbook to follow your blog! I love how you use your dies! Tfs!

  9. I love my Nestabilities too- how they have changed the Paper crafting world! I love seeing all of your beautiful cards and look forward to seeing your tutorials- Thanks!

  10. beautiful layered look. gorgeous card, Beate! thanks for the video, too! =)

  11. love the look of the blue and brown. off to take a look 🙂

  12. Loved the video and your color combo. I, too, love my Spellbinder dies and use them on every card I make even if it’s just a plain circle cut. I haven’t gotten the courage to sell all my punches, but I probably should. They take up a whole wall in my craft room. I prefer the look of the edges of something die cut vs. punched…smoother and more finished looking, but sometimes if I just need a quick shape, I will go to my punches and then use the bone folder around the edges to smooth them.

    Thanks for another great video.

  13. Very sweet image and love the brown and blue combo, like how you used the gems to have them trimming the tree with, Lovely card!

  14. Wow, this is so fabulous

  15. Great video as usual!

  16. Great tutorial, Beate–
    I really love this look. I got a great idea from you!! (I’d share it, but I want to make it first!)

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