Today’s card is one we created in our Technique Class using the Stamparatus. Have you grabbed one for yourself? There is so much you can do with this that I wonder how we got along without it. Stampin’ Up! have brought out lots of accessories to go with this great too, so be sure to check them all out.
The layout is actually one I recreated from about 6 years ago. Mind you, it looks totally different to the original, but you may be seeing lots more old layouts but with a brand new look.
We created the Reflection or Mirror Image using the Stamparatus. How easy does it look?
Once again, I am sharing with you a card we created yesterday in class using the lovely Under the Mistletoe DSP . It is a simple one but one that uses the DSP a little different yet again. If you click here, you will be able to see the 1st card I created using this lovely DSP.
Today, I am sharing with you another card that went in the mail last week celebrating World Card Making Day.. In fact I liked these so much that I actually created a couple of them which doesn’t happen very often.
I actually saw a card on Pinterest sometime ago similar to this one, but of course now I can’t find it. If you recognise it, please let me know so that I can give you credit. Thank you so much for your inspiration.
For my Base Card I’ve used the Note Card & Envelopes available in Whisper White& Very Vanilla. Did you take advantage to purchase them when they were on special? I know I did!
I die cut a piece of Whisper White CS using the Swirly Scribles Thinlitsbefore adhering a piece of Window Sheetbehind the top & bottom part of the card. I then decided to add a piece of the Delightful Daisy DSPbehind the see through section. Once this was done, I then Inlaid the die shape back into the card & trimming the excess Window Sheet from the sides & bottom.
Today I am sharing with you a card we created in our “Cards @ Toogoom” class last week. I wanted to try & see if I could use the Embossing Paste a different way.
When I started, I wasn’t too sure how it was going to turn out but after some trial & error I think I am finally happy with the outcome. I love it when I can get multiple uses from my craft supplies. I call this “Painting with Embossing Paste” – is that such a thing?
I have used a couple of retired In Colours – Lost Lagoon & Mint Macaron but you could easily create the same card using current colours.