Friends Valentine

One of the things I love about being a Stampin’ Up Demonstrator is traveling to visit many wonderful new places. On our recent trip to Phoenix Arizona for Leadership, we enjoyed special time with friends, learning, and best of all sharing! My card share today honors YOU and my suite mates Rene’ and Frances. I’m also playing over at Pals Paper Arts. Hope you’ll come on along and do a little playing of your own.

Creative Tips:

1. Pleats are coming back in style. The new Satin Ribbon is easily pleated by gently tugging on the top cord of the ribbon. Gather it a little or a lot for a new way to embellish your cards or projects.

2. The background uses an emboss resist technique to create a very vintage look. You’ll need some Clear Embossing Powder, the Very Vintage Wheel, and a Sponge. Wouldn’t you like to learn to do this at a workshop of your own?

3. Ragged edges are common in a vintage look. The card stock can be torn or distressed to create the effect. The distressing tool from the Cutter Kit is your must have for this one.


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Card Recipe:
Stamps: Vintage Vogue (118598), Very Vintage (117693), Friends 24-7 (113218)
Paper: Very Vanilla (101650), Close to Cocoa (101341), Pretty in Pink (100459), Chocolate Chip (102128)
Ink: Close to Cocoa (103139), Regal Rose (105211), Pretty in Pink (101301), Chocolate Chip (100908) VersaMark (102283)
Accessories: Pretty in Pink Satin Ribbon (117289), Eyelet Border Punch (113692), Cutter Kit (106958), Stamping Sponges (101610), Piercing Tool (116631), Clear Embossing Powder (109130)

Happy stamping,

Dacia Smith

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