We have had such a stretch of beautiful weather — every day we wake up to the sun and balmy temps, perfect for yard work here and at our church and cemetery. It’s hard for me to be downstairs where there is no natural light, but I have some intense business activities ahead of me, so to the grindstone I went.
This is another card from my display board at OnStage this spring. I saw another stamper’s card with this vellum window and immediately put it on my idea list for display pieces.
Don’t you love the Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper? It was included in my box of products for OnStage, and it was love at first sight. (See the Stampin’ Up! video showing off all the new DSP here.)
I really had to give the die-cut word some more dimension, and that meant cutting five of the words and gluing them together. Hard? No, but it had the potential to be seriously messy! So, based on tips from my downline, I squeezed a bit of adhesive from the Fine Tip Glue Pen into the lid of an embellishment containers and used a sponge to dab adhesive all over the front of one die cut. Please note: using a Silicone Craft Sheet is essential! The thin application of adhesive is not runny, so it’s simple to stack the next one on stop and continue the process. I washed out the lid, sponge, and silicone sheet when I was finished. Here’s what it looked like after I had already started: