Valentines day cards using emboss resist technique

Cards using emboss resist technique

Hi everyone, today I have three Valentine’s day cards for you and one of them does not have any pink / red colors on it!  All of these follow a simple but interesting technique of heat embossing an image and then watercoloring on top to add interesting effect. To make all these cards, I used watercolor panels which are slightly smaller than the standard size card front. I used Strathmore watercolor paper for these panels and die cut each of them out using the largest Stitched rectangle dies by Simon Says Stamp. For watercoloring, I simply pressed a mini distress ink …

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Card using SSS October 2015 card kit {Video}

Card 2 SSS Oct Card kit

  Hello everyone! Here’s one more card video for you. This is using the October 2015 card kit by Simon Says Stamp.  This kit has so many goodies with a flowery, pink-gold theme that I felt it was right up my alley. For today’s card I decided to use the big bold heart stamp with geometric pattern in it and combined it with some patterned paper + other embellishments from the kit. From conception to creation this was a very simple card to put together. I used a strip of the flower patterned paper and the gold chevron / arrow combination …

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Clean and Simple Card using SSS October 2015 Card Kit

Clean and Simple Card using SSS Oct 2015 card kit

  Hi friends! You are pretty fantastic! I mean it!! And that’s also one of the sentiments I used in today’s card. It’s a very simple and easy-to-put-together card, but the end result is very pretty. In SSS October 2015 card kit, there is a set of journaling cards with matching 6×6 patterned papers. I love using journaling cards as they provide a very easy way to create a focal point for your card. I can see myself using several of them (stay tuned for more cards ^^). Another thing I did with this particular card was to mix sentiments …

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