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SU Hold on to Hope Emboss Resist

February 23, 2018

May I say that the NEW Sale-a-bration Springtime Foils Designer Series Paper is GORGEOUS!!!!
I MEAN ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!!
And it is fun to emboss resist, too!
Look how beautiful the silver and gold shine through after I sponged Memento Black ink over it!!
My friend, Linda Heller, brought this old technique of emboss resist using this paper to my attention last week:)

It is easy to see how I made this card…I just die cut the larger gold cross and adhered the thinner silver cross to it.
I added a Clear Faceted Gem to the middle of the silver cross and added a banner embossed in gold. Simple yet elegant!

Thanks for buzzing by, friends…

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SU Hold on to Hope Bridge Fold Card Video Tutorial

January 29, 2018

Hello, friends!
I have another fun fold video for you today using the
Hold on to Hope Bundle found in the Occasions Catalog.

Here is how you create a  Bridge Fold Card:

Notice the framelit that cut out the fancy cross below is an additional one that does not coordinate with any image-
how nice to have that, huh? I inlaid the cross in the cut out I made with another die after stamping the foliage.

Here is a simple way to finish off the back to write a message of encouragement or sympathy.

The Hold on to Hope Stamp Set is a versatile one that offers a variety of uses
because of these two sentiments-

You can use this stamp set for many occasions like
a Birthday, a Graduation, a Christening, a Baptism, a Confirmation,
a Holy Communion, or even a Bridal Shower!

Measurements:

Tranquil Tide Card Base- 4-1/4″ x 8″, scored at 1-1/4″, 2-1/2″, 5-1/2″, and 6-3/4″

Tranquil Tide Bridge- 1″ x 5-1/2″, Whisper White 3/4″ x 5-1/4″

Fresh  Florals DSP- 1″ x 4″ (x2)

Stitched Shapes Oval- 3″ x 3-1/2″, Tranquil Tide Oval Scallop 3-1/4″ x 3-1/2″

Middle Whisper White Panel & Back of Card- 2-3/4″ x 4″

Cross Die Cut- 2-1/4″ x 3-1/4″

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SU Crosses of HOPE

As I mentioned earlier this week, I was given the SU Crosses of Hope as a timely gift;) The CASology # 37 cue word is HOPE this week. This set not only has HOPE in the name but also offers HOPE  to all we believe in the Cross. I chose the specific colors to represent how the cross offers HOPE. The black signifies the sin we all have in our heart, the red stands for the blood of Christ that cleanses the black sin, and the abundant white space is the total and complete forgiveness of the black sin in our lives if we allow Christ in…

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Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Crosses of Hope, PTI Fresh Alphabet
INK: SU Real Red, SU Basic Black
PAPER: SU Basic Black, SU Whisper White
ACCESSORIES: SU Stampin’ Dimensionals
TOOLS: Sizzix Birds & Wreath Set Embossing Folder

 Embossing Folder

Week 37 - Hope