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Are you excited about the new colored embossing powders available in the Summer Mini? All three of the colors work beautifully with the Beyond the Garden Designer Series Paper. In today's card, I used Wild Wasabi Embossing Powder (123224).
Look closely at the varigated leaves near the bottom Melon Mambo flower. I used a VersaMark Pen and drew the lines in the paper. Then I poured some of the Wasabi EP to make the leaves "pop". I added a second flower and used my Blossoms Petal Punch and some card stock to make a couple of Wild Wasabi leaves.
I so enjoy being able to share my love of stamping and scrapbooking with all of you! One of the perks I enjoy as a Stampin' Up! Demo is to pre-order mini catalog products a month before they become generally available. It gives me time to come up with fun stamping ideas and scrapbooking techniques to share here on the blog and in my monthly email newsletter.
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It's the Stamp Slave again…
Woo Hoo! Time for another video. This is another one of my Owl Punch videos. Probably the last for a while until I come up with some more ideas, (hint!!).
I had heard that some people were using the Stampin' Up! Two Step Owl Punch to make, among other things, a girl's head. Thought I'd give it a try so I played around with it and came up with a few little tricks. No stamp sets in this one, but you can sure come up with ways to combine some of these ideas and your stamps in your handmade cards. We Stampin' Up! Demo people, (or supporting demo in my case), are always looking for new stamping ideas and techniques. If this gives you any ideas, please share and we will pass them along to the rest or our readers.
I hope you enjoy. Please let us know or leave a comment.