Founded in 2003 in Phoenix, AZ, Spellbinders Paper Arts has been inspiring crafters for years! We are honored to have their sponsorship for today’s coverage.
Spellbinders came to fruition because founder Stacey Caron’s passion for paper crafts motivated her to create a universal die cutting and embossing machine. She wanted to use all the dies on the market at the time with one portable machine to take to crops. With the help of her husband Jeff, an engineer, they created the Wizard™ Die Cutting and Embossing System. Dies have evolved into detailed shapes with patented triple function: cut, emboss and stencil.
We are very familiar with the Spellbinder die cutting machine, the Grand Calibur since we put it to the test back in April.
The Presto Punch which has been a buzz with crafters for a while will finally be hitting store in the next month! And in case you haven’t heard, it can also cut felt which is great for creating charms and embellishments for your projects. Here’s a little video to show you how the new Presto Punch works with felt…
One of the newest products from Spellbinders at CHA are their new Edgeabilities. These new dies create delicate edges for your projects as well as intricate designs. Each set comes with an edge and two designs that can be mixed and matched to create different looks.
There are also some great new dies from Donna Salazar and Samantha Walker.
And new box dies in a variety of styles.
There are also new custom dies like these that work with Just Rite Stamps.
And their new Spiral Blossom Dies make creating paper flowers simple and gorgeous. Here’s a quick video to show you how they come together so easily.
So what do you think? Do you use the Spellbinders dies? Which designs do you like the best and what designs would you like to see?