From the Archives…
You’re The Best with Seasonal Layers and Label Me Pretty
Original Crafted Dated: August 2017
So I have chosen this card project to share today, since it has that tiny sparkly leaf on it. And it really caught my attention on the crafting table, as I have dozens of cards laid out to share from the archives.
Now this card is one of the first and actually few I have done with the embossing paste. But it wasn’t too difficult, and the more you play with the product the better the technique becomes. The one hint I do have, is to wash off your masking template as soon as possible. Once the paste dry’s it is a bit difficult to remove.
Surprising all the Stampin’ Up! products I used to create this card are still available in the current Annual Catalog. I them all listed below for you for easy access shopping. But here are the two key items.
Label Me Pretty Stamp Set
Seasonal Layers Framelits
You’re The Best with Seasonal Layers Stampin’ Show & Tell Video
Materials & Measures
- Smoky Slate Cardstock – 11 x 4 ¼
- Whisper White Cardstock – 5 ¼ x 4
- Old Olive Cardstock – 2 ½ x 2 ½ (Detailed Leaf Die)
- Pear Pizzazz Cardstock – 2 ½ x 2 ½ (Solid Leaf Die)
- Dazzling Diamonds Glitter Paper – 1 ½ x 1 ½ (Small Leaf Die)
- Envelope: Whisper White
Tips & Techniques
- I started with the embossing paste panel, this give it time to dry while you preparing the other elements of the card.
- Caution – if you heat set the embossing paste, be careful it doesn’t burn and also it might puff a little.
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From the Archives…
These projects (from the archives…), are from previous years of my stampin’ journey. Part of my goal for this website and blog are to capture my project history and have a foundation for sharing what I love to do. Creating with paper, ink and rubber stamps!
I hope will enjoy these projects, even though they may be with retired products. Remember crafting techniques and card layouts are always repeatable and can be CASED into a new project.
I also ask that you be patient if a video is shared. In the early days of recording my projects I didn’t have as lovely a set up as I do now. Which I am very grateful to my dear sweetheart for crafting for me.
I hope you find some inspiration in today’s project.
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