Heat Embossing Over Dry Embossing Card Making Technique

I have a gorgeous technique to share today that I’m calling double embossing – heat embossing over dry embossing. If you like to play with different techniques on your cards and other paper projects, you’re definitely going to want to try this one! As I mentioned above, this technique first Continue Reading →

How To Emboss A Slimline Card & Beautiful Butterfly Wedding Card

Hi! Thank you for joining me all week as I’m sharing handmade projects using Stampin Up’s Butterfly Brilliance special release bundle. I’ve had such an enjoyable time all week playing around with different ways to use this set. As I was developing these ideas, I got to thinking about the Continue Reading →

Blending Brushes And Embossing Make For Stunning And Simple Cards

Blending brushes have become one of my favorite new tools to use on my card projects, and dry embossing using embossing folders is one of my old favorite techniques. I have a really neat technique I want to share with you today mixing the two together. The results are truly Continue Reading →

A Paper Scrap Panel Card – Another Way To Use Up Those Paper Scraps

Don’t forget, Stampin Up has a designer paper sale that expires on Friday! Many of your favorite designer paper packs are 15% off right now, so now is the time to stock up. For today’s project, I’m going to show you how to make this beautiful paper scrap panel card Continue Reading →

The Stampin Up Tree Punch And Christmas In July

Have you heard that it’s time for Christmas in July?! This is my first ever Christmas in July event, and I’m trying it out because I know many of you like to work ahead on your holiday projects. Our Holiday Catalog is being mailed out as we speak, and I’ve Continue Reading →

Stampin Up Birds And Branches Is Here

Have you noticed the Stampin Up Birds and Branches set in our new catalog? It’s a lovely set. Who doesn’t love birds? They’re absolutely beautiful creatures, and make perfect scenes for gorgeous card projects. Normally, to make a scene like the one below, you would either need to die cut Continue Reading →