Heat embossing followed by coloring with Stampin' Up! Watercolor Pencils on Basic Black card stock (or any color, for that matter) is fun and gives an amazing result. You'll see me demonstrate this technique in the video replay of my January 26th Facebook Live as I create a beautiful card featuring the Blessings of Home Stamp Set. This card is gorgeous. I hope you enjoy this video demonstration and give this technique a try. It's sure to impress your card recipients.
- Card base = 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", score at 4 1/4" on long side.
- DSP layer = 5 1/4" x 4"
- Basic White inside = 5 1/4" x 4"
- Basic Black card stock for stamping =
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I did a spontaneous Facebook Live on January 25th sharing "My Story". If you are interested in hearing the story of my Stampin' Up! journey, click on the link below.
I'm just a girl with a goal! I have been working towards another major milestone on my Stampin' Up! journey – $400,000 Career Sales. Wow! What a ride it's been. I had a goal of achieving this milestone by January 31st. I didn't quite make it, but am I sad? No. Why? Two Reasons: 1) I know it will happen, and 2) I still have so much to be grateful for including all the wonderful people I've met along my SU! journey, all the friends I've made, my previous accomplishments, and all the opportunities that are to come.
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