Stampin’ Up! will be announcing the retiring accessories list this week...be watching for that. Those items will GO FAST, so, if you want anything from the list I send you, be prepared to order online at my WEBSTORE FAST!!
We only have several days left to order from the OCCASIONS MINI. Get your favorites before they are GONE, GONE!
DID YOU KNOW???
You can use the Bird Punch, #117191 , to punch out the cup handle on the large cup from the TEA SHOPPE stamp set, #125547 ? Use the wing part. Cool, huh?
TOOL TIP: Punching Vellum
Trying to insert vellum into a punch that has a lot of detail can be exasperating! Here is a simple trick that will make it so easy for you!
Stamp Set: #125537 Mixed Bunch
Cardstock: #101856 Card Stock Vellum (20 shts), #100730 Whisper White card stock
Ink: #101731 White Craft Pad
Accessories: #125603 Blossom Punch, #109132 White Embossing Powder, #100005 Heat Tool
1. Insert a piece of card stock into the Blossom Punch (about 3 1/2"x 4 1/4")
2. Ink the stamp image with white craft ink and stamp it onto the card stock vellum.
4 Add white embossing powder, and emboss.
5. Slide the embossed vellum into the punch over the white card stock.
6. Pull out the white card stock & punch the vellum piece.
TECHNIQUE: Lined Envelopes
An envelope is the first thing the recipient of your handmade card sees. Besides stamping on the envelope, have you ever thought about jazzing up your envelopes by lining the inside with Designer Series Paper? Here's an easy techniques that will add just a little more of that special touch.
Supplies Used for this Project:
PAPER: Medium Whisper White Envelope #107301
Berry Blossoms Designer Series Paper #122350
MISC: 2-Way Glue Pen #100425, Paper Snips #103579, Designer Sanding
1. Cut a 5-11/16" x 4" piece of Berry Blossoms Designer Series Paper. I tried 5-3/4" and 5-5/8" and neither one of those worked as well.
2. Using a 2-Way Glue Pen, add some glue to the inside edge of the envelope flap.
3. Carefully slide the piece of the Berry Blossoms Designer Sereis Paper into the envelope, just enough to cover up the edge. It doesn't need to go all the way down the inside of the envelope. Make sure you have a little overlap on the flap.
4. When the glue dries trim off the excess on the flap. If you don't trim it perfectly, you can take a Designer Sanding Block to finish off the edge.
These are so easy and fast, make a bunch and you'll have them ready to go.
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