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Tag Archives: Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
From October’s Jingle Jump, this sweet angel: Embossed in gold on Shimmery White paper and water colored just a bit, she sings a song of joy. A strip of Gold Foil accents the embossed Soft Sky background. It’s a fast card … Continue reading
I struggled with the name of this technique — it’s not the faux metal I learned so long ago, it’s more of a faux metal patina. But that didn’t sound very appealing for a Christmas card! When I looked back at … Continue reading
Although I’ve seen several of examples of this tree-as-leaf image, my friend Cindy Elam stamped the very first one I saw! This is my October camp version. The base of that leaf is a piece of Thick Whisper White that’s been … Continue reading
We got the surprising news that the Thoughtful Branches bundle and its components (stamp set and Thinlits dies) have not sold out and will continue to be available until the supplies are depleted. Good news for those of you who … Continue reading
For last month’s Stamp Review Crew blog hop on Thoughtful Branches, I created an apple tree card using some of the same elements you see in this August camp card. This one was challenging enough to complete, what with the competition for the … Continue reading
You’ve probably seen a lot of hydrangeas created with the Thoughtful Branches set, haven’t you? It’s hard not to make a beautiful card with this set and its coordinating Beautiful Branches Thinlits Dies. Because I love Blushing Bride with Flirty … Continue reading
I love this card, CASEd from Vivienne Holden and created by Darlene Johnson, because of its simplicity and striking color combination. It would make a beautiful sympathy or wedding/anniversary card. Note that the Stylish Stripes embossing folder is retired and no longer … Continue reading
Not here! We are ramping up for another heat wave — heat + humidity = cranky me. I try to spend as much time stamping as I can, after taking care of yard and garden needs, as it’s cool and dry down … Continue reading