A quick post today...or at least quick for me. It is Valentine's day and there is plenty to do. What will we be doing for Valentine's day....shopping at Costco. It is my husband's FAVORITE place to shop and I have been holding him off for a couple of weeks. How romantic. :)
Project #14: Our Home
The little house stamps were purchased a long time ago. I did not read the description very close and they wayyyyyyy smaller then I expected. LOL! I have often thought I should just get rid of them, but they keep making the cut. I don't really use tiny stamps like these...but they worked well for this border. The paper clip is not a permanent part of the layout. I just wanted to cover up our address. :)
Supplies: Stamps (Maya Road/Houses Just Rite/Circle, See Dee's/Corner and Unknown/Banner) card stock, pattern paper, ink, stickers, circle cutter, brown pen, sewing machine, embossing powder, ribbon and brads.
Project #15: Thank YouAfter I completed this card I thought....this works way better for dry embossing. UGGGGG! Not sure what I was thinking. :) Still I love the colors and the texture of the embossing.
Supplies: Stamps (Papertrey Ink), embossing folders (Sizzix and Darcie), card stock, ink and Dew Drops.
Project #16: Project InspirationI am trying to keep my Project Inspiration ATC cards pretty simple. I want them to focus on the topic, that way when I look at them I know exactly what tool/supply/technique I was using. One of my favorite rubber stamping techniques is to create a resist using embossing powder.
Supplies: Stamps (Papertrey Ink and Unknown), card stock, ink and embossing powder.
This week MCC instructor, Shirley Pando, is also joining us.
Check her blog for more information on this beautiful layout.
Thanks for stopping by,