Posts filed under Cardmaking

Stampin’ Mist Background Technique

Every other month, I get together with other Stampin’ Up! demonstrators in my area for a “Demo Camp.” At these gatherings, we share both business and creative ideas – along with friendship and snacks. At a recent Demo Camp, my Upline (the term we use for for the Demonstrator directly above you, usually the one… (read more)

What Is A Card Sketch?

I’ve been making cards for quite a few years, and sometimes I forget what it was like when I first started. As with any hobby or activity, cardmakers have certain words and phrases that we use – cardmaking lingo, if you will – that those new to the craft may not understand. I was having… (read more)

Half Embossing Technique

I just love the look of an embossed background on a card, don’t you? And there are sooooo many embossing folders on the market to use in your Big Shot machine – sometimes it’s hard to choose just the right one! But what if you only want to emboss part of your background? It’s easier to do… (read more)

Timeless Elegance Vintage Valentine

What’s your Valentine style? Do you like to give (and receive) fun, lighthearted Valentines? Or do you prefer a more traditional, romantic gesture of love? If romance is your style, then you’ll love today’s Valentine! I started with paper from the Timeless Elegance Designer Series Paper Pack. I just love the vintage-ey (is that a… (read more)

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