We have a fun new challenge starting over at The Male Room. It’s time to get crafting for the geeky men in your life with our computers or gaming themed challenge. I made a fun birthday shaker for my take on the challenge.
Today I’m sharing another card for my snarky series, inspired by a stamp set from Chunky Monkey Crafts, who I am designing for. With my other cards in the series I kept the designs quite clean and simple. This is still pretty clean, but with the full embossed background it is a little busy than … More Chunky Monkey Crafts | Happy Heart | Split Embossed Panel
Today I’m sharing another card for my snarky series, inspired by a stamp set from Chunky Monkey Crafts, who I am designing for. As with the other cards in this series I kept the design clean and simple. I used an embossing folder to create the background of my card and accompany the sentiment.
Our new challenge at Christmas at Sweet Stampin’ started this morning. (Sorry for being late sharing my project!) Our theme for the May challenge is anything Christmas goes with the optional twist of including snowflakes. I incorporated snowflakes in three different ways on my card, and at the same time I used three different forms … More CASS | Icy Coffee | Snowflakes
I’ve been enjoying embossing with dies recently, so when I was trying to think of one layer card ideas for my 10 cards 1 kit video with the Simon Says Stamp April card kit that was a technique that came to mind. I ended up not using it for that video as I decided to … More Watercolor On Dark Card | SSS Card Kit April 2019 | Video
I was on the Blank Page Muse blog this morning sharing a birthday card featuring the embossing with dies technique. If you haven’t seen it yet you can find it here. There are photos of the process, and you can see the finished card over there too, so I hope you’ll check it out!
I decided to try a new-to-me technique for today’s video for The Little Paper Tree Tree. This technique is embossing with stencils. I’ve used embossing folders and even dies for embossing before, and I thought I’d give this a go too.