A girlfriend of mine had an operation and this is for her.
Along with a loaf of banana nut bread.
Dreamweaver: stencil LG690
Embossing Paste-black used her
Mica powders, green, gold, and copper.
SU! paper: Natural white, Always artichoke
I think I am getting the hang of these stencils. I am sure having fun learning.
Thanks for checking in today. Have a fantastic day!
This is casing of a card that was on our demonstrator wed site.
I just loved it so much, I had to make it.
We will also be making it at our workshop today.
SU; DSP Paisley Petals (from the summer mini catalog)
SU; Decorative strip die- naturally serif
Decorative strip cutting pad, & spacer platform
SU! Four Frames
SU! Decorative Label Punch
misc hemp twine, and bradsThe DSP and Four Frames stamp set are part a special that Stamping Up! is offering
for the month of April 2011. See details here, please contact me if you are interested.
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Supplies: Stampin' Up!
"Four Frames" stamp set
"Teeny Tiny Wishes" stamp set
Sizzlet "Little Leaves"
Su Paper: DSP Paisley Petals, Cherry Cobbler, Always Artichoke
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hugs for a great day!
I discovered this technique a few years ago. I still love it is worth sharing.
All you do is tape your stencil down, firmly. Then with a stipple brush
start adding color from your ink pads. When you are done adding color do not
remove the brass template. Now spread the "clear" embossing paste over the
entire image. Next sprinkle with dazzling diamonds. Now gently remove the
stencil. Let it dry for a few hours, and finish your project. Fun and so
elegant looking. Everyone will be amazed that you made such a wonderful
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