Spellbinders Nestabilities are now available for purchase at Papertrey Ink
—> Christine asked…Do you know how much each shape set would weigh?
Each individual shape’s entire set weighs 0.8 lbs, with each of the four sets within that weighing 0.2 lbs. each.
—> Aimee asked…This is great, but I have to admit to still being a little confused! LOl. Anyway, will the regular dies mat on the scalloped die? For example, if I order the LARGE set of scallop and regular circles, will the largest circle layer onto the largest scallop? KWIM? I should I order LARGE scallops and SMALL circles?
Truth be told, it really matters what your personal preference is and what look you are going for. Here it is broken down visually to help illustrate what I am trying to say…
Here are the LARGE standard ovals, die-cut from white cardstock, layered on top of the LARGE scalloped ovals. You can see that pretty much just the scallops extend from the edges of the standard oval.
This card uses a LARGE standard oval and a LARGE scalloped oval.
So, if you like a little scallop to show, you want to order LARGE scalloped & LARGE standard (in any shape, not just the ovals). If you like a lot of scallop, go with the LARGE scalloped & SMALL standard.
While this is the last day of the countdown, I wanted to end with a BIG cyberhug for my dearest friend, cheerleader, inspiration & mentor, Ellen Hutson. She presented the entire concept behind Nestabilities to Spellbinders and followed through with her visions for this product. She allowed me to be a part of it, and for this I am so thankful. Not only is the product amazing & revolutionary, but she holds the same characteristics within herself. Her generosity and willingness to support me while I have begun this endeavor with Papertrey has been worth more to me than I can say. So cheers to you, Ellen. Here’s to a beautiful friendship!