Last week I played with some wonderful baby paper from Graphic 45. This week, I tore into another pack, a little funkier. Here’s a quick card (I puposely did not add a sentiment because I have a few possible uses for it.):
Next up is a card using a stamp from LaBlanche, makers of the beautifully etched white silicone stamps.
The silver cardstock (from Wausau) was run through my Spellbinders Grand Calibur using a Cuttlebug folder that I bought before Christmas but never used — I love it! I had a piece of scrap paper that had been sprayed with two colors of Clearsnap’s Smooch Spritz. I stamped and embossed the ship (black ink, clear powder) on the scrap. I rounded the corners and layered it on black before mounting the whole thing to the card. The sentiment (Hero Arts) was stamped and black embossed, then trimmed and mounted using foam tape.
Here’s anothere use of the ship stamp (I’m not really fond of this card, but am sharing it anyway!) It needs a sentiment on the bottom!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Next week I will show a variety of cards — and a mini book! — made with papers from Close To My Heart.
Filed under: dry embossing, Fabulous Finds Friday, inks, Random Cards, tools | Tagged: borders, ColorBox, Cuttlebug, dry embossing, Graphic 45, guy cards, Hero Arts, La Blanche, Layers of Color, punches, Smooch Spritz, Spellbinders, spray color |