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Double Embossing

Double Embossing By: Nancy Dees Combining techniques can add a whole new dimension to your paper crafts.  We have all grown to appreciate embossing folders. They add texture to paper and can create a totally new look behind your favorite stamp.  Heat embossing can add color, depth and some glitz to stamped images.  But you can […]

Victorian Style for the Adventurer

Victorian Style By: Stephanie Loomis, Artistic Guide  Finished card size: A2 (5.5″ x 4.25″)  Supplies Stamps:          Elaine’s Hat (StampLand Chicago) Beautiful-sentiment (I Brake For Stamps) Ink:                 Mementos Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko)           Paper: Green textured paper cut to 5.5″ x 4.25″ (Die Cuts With a View) White cardstock (scrap) Burgundy text weight paper (scrap) Gold vellum (unknown) […]

Embellished Lamp for the Inventor

Embellished Lamp By: Stephanie Loomis, Artistic Guide Supplies: Stamps:          Stephanie Standing at the Window (StampLand Chicago) Paper: Vellum (source unknown) four 5.5″ x 4.25″ pieces  Ink: Palette Noir (Tsukineko) Other: 1 mm. Ball Tipped Embossing tool (SAR) Grid-Fine Mesh (Pergamano) Perforating Mat (Pergamano) Perforating tools: arrow and needle (Pergamano) Painter’s tape I kan’ dee chalks: […]