I recently discovered this blog: Hope & Chances Creativity with Christine Emberson. Not only is Christine a great crafter (who also has her own shop), she writes a good blog too. Loads of ideas on how to make the most of using your Spellbinders dies too - including some videos.
Her youngest son, Elliott, has undergone brain surgery followed by radiotherapy and Christine now sells small kits to make beautiful things, with all proceeds going to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House, Camberwell and the Royal Marsden Hospital, Surrey.
This is what I made with January's kit:
The kit comes with full and easy to follow instructions, everything is die cut already for you to begin to play, even the little peg and the large pearl are included so all you need are sticky tape/glue, a bone folder for nice crisp corners on the box and lid - and away you go!
I found it great fun to play with the kit - and at the same time to help raise funds for two really good causes.
Sorry about the rubbish photos - don't think the sun came out to play once today!