Emboss Resist with Jolly Friends

Emboss Resist with Jolly Friends

Now wait a minute, didn’t we just see an emboss resist card with Jolly Friends stamps on Monday? Yes, yes you did. But look how versatile this technique is! Today’s card, while it has a very similar method of creation to Monday’s card, looks completely different.

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Emboss Resist Thank You with Jolly Friends

Emboss Resist Thank You with Jolly Friends

I find the emboss resist technique to be very relaxing. It’s the inking part, where you spread vibrant colors all over your paper without worrying about staying in the lines; I just love it!

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Snow Covered Umbrella with Weather Together

Snow Covered Umbrella with Weather Together

Rain can make for pretty miserable weather, which may be why we use umbrellas as a symbol for comfort to protect you from the storm of whatever unfortunate life events come your way. I think snow, especially the sleety kind, can be even more miserable than rain. This wintery-themed sympathy card features an umbrella from Weather Together and a surprise visit from Botanical Builder Thinlit Dies.

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First Flakes with Snow Place

First Flakes with Snow Place

This is the first card I’ve made with this little snowman. I’ve used the penguin from this set a lot, but only because you can get away with stamping penguins in the summer. It’s a little harder to get away with little guys actually made of snow. I’m so glad to have the chance to finally give him a spin!

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Fancy Frost DSP Experiment

Fancy Frost Designer Series Paper Experiment

Fancy Frost is a fun and versatile new designer series paper from the Stampin’ Up! holiday catalog. It is white, but it has been dry embossed for you. That means it has raised designs, like you would get from using an embossing folder. It adds a nice texture to the background of cards like my recent Halloween card, but it really gets a chance to shine when you add ink!

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