Tuesday, July 14, 2009

June club and workshop projects

Finally posting last month's embossing techniques workshop projects. The first one is a 3x3" card made using the God's Beauty level 1 Hostess set from the last catty, Old Olive and Whisper White cardstock, Vellum, glue dots, fine paper snips, Old Olive and Chocolate Chip Classic ink and Staz On black ink, black embossing powder and Stampin' Write markers (Crushed Curry and Dusty Durango - HOORAY for in-colour markers!!!).

The next one is made using dry embossing with a stylus and Classy Brass template, plus heat embossing with Iridescent Ice embossing powder. I used the Sprinkles, Warm Words and Priceless stamp sets, Rose Red cardstock, Designer paper (from the Sweet Always paper pack) and Classic ink, Whisper White cardstock, Versa Mark ink, the eyelet border punch, vellum, and Whisper White 1/4" gros grain ribbon. It's soooooo sweet I can hardly stand it, but it's a very fun little girl's birthday or shower card. I showed the tiny Fork Bow technique, which I just love, found HERE...

And last, the 30 second card! Well, not really, but almost!! I used the Manhattan Flower embossing folder (a Stampin' Up! exclusive) and ran through a bit of Whisper White cardstock. Wrapped some Certainly Celery ribbon around it (a freebie from Sale-a-bration - yay for free ribbon!!!), stamped a sentiment using the Oval All stamp set and, you guessed it, Certainly Celery classic ink, which I punched out and popped up on a scalloped oval of what kind of cardstock?? Stick the whole thing to a (shock!) Certainly Celery card base and Voila, you're late for the wedding but at least you have a card and can hit the bank machine on the way there!!

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