I have a very short video to share with you today for this week’s edition of WATCH IT WEDNESDAY #10. I don’t know about you but sometimes those tiny little dies gets buried or dropped on the floor and you spend so long looking for them. Well! I saw an idea somewhere quite a few months ago and just recently introduced this in the classroom. I have to say this has been fantastic!! No more lost dies! Everyone loves the idea too when they come so I thought I would share it with you.
I hope you found that useful and you might be able to adapt it to your classroom or your own craft room.
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I have been working on this project for a few days. Really! It’s not like it’s even a card but it seemed to take some time. Maybe I was getting a little too fussy but anyway … I wanted to show ideas of how you can use the Eastern Medallions Thinlits. I have seen a few Demonstrators show these ideas but thought it would be a good reference for myself – and to share with you. 🙂
These Thinlits would have to be the most versatile ones Stampin’ Up! have produced I think. There are so many ways of layering them together or using one just by itself. Don’t be limited to the ideas I have shown you here.
I hope this is helpful for you. See what you can put together.
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Have a great day,
Today we went to a wedding. It was a really lovely service and special to be a part of it. This was for friends of Josh’s and he was one of the Groomsmen. He looked pretty swish if you ask me but I can say that because I am his mum. 🙂
We managed to grab a family snap. It is not often that we are all together. I don’t often share family stuff here but today I will….. 🙂
Anyway, you didn’t come here to see family snaps you want to see crafty projects. I wanted to share the Wedding card I made. Now I have known about this wedding for months as you do but I just didn’t know how to go about this card. The Invitation had Ombre blue stripes so I considered working something in with that but I ended up with this. Hope the Bride and Groom like it.
I went with Dapper Denim card base and Soft Sky mat. On the White card I stamped the sentiment from Rose Wonder. If you can see closely at the bottom is a new Embossing Folder from the Upcoming Occasions Catalogue. I broke it out of it’s package just for this! This is the ‘Falling Petals’ Textured Impressions Folder. They look like falling hearts. Just a couple of Tips with this folder: 1) When you emboss you might get little marks or the “hearts” squished looking. I added a piece of scrap paper in the folder on top of the card when I embossed it which prevented this. 2) This embossing folder covers the full card but I didn’t want all the card covered only to emboss just the bottom edge. This was hard to do because of the position of the hearts. So I cut a separate small strip of Whisper White card the width of the full white card piece and embossed just the strip. Then I adhered that piece straight on to the card. You wouldn’t even know!
The ribbon used is not Stampin’ Up! The larger swirly hearts are cut from the Sunshine Wishes Thinlits. I cut one in Dapper Denim and one in Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper. The little sparkly heart is a heart punched from the 2-Step Owl Punch in Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper. It adds a little sparkle.
This is the inside of the card.
Mmm? Shame the lighting isn’t great. The weather has been a bit funny. Hope you get the idea anyway.
This sentiment is also from Rose Wonder set. I thought it needed something else to the inside so I punched some little hearts from the 2-Step Owl Punch in Dapper Denim and Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper.
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