Introducing The 2019 Holiday Catalog Paper Share
Stampin' Up! has a phenomenal selection of fall & holiday Designers Series Papers available beginning on September 4, 2019. Get your hands on ALL of the beautiful designs with my 2019 Holiday Catalog Paper Share!
Discover Your Favorite Papers? As you plan your fall & holiday projects, it's not always easy to tell which paper is going to best fit your needs simply by looking at the swatches in the Holiday Catalog or online. It helps to see the pretty patterns and feel the textures in person! The Holiday Catalog Paper Share allows you to sample ALL of the new patterns to help find the perfect papers for your seasonal projects!
Too Cool Paper Share To The Rescue! I'll be gathering groups of eight people to split the cost of the papers and enjoy the full selection of Holiday Catalog Designer Series Paper patterns right away, at an affordable price!
Variety & Value! If you were to purchase each Holiday DSP pack yourself, it would cost more than $150 with tax & shipping! With the Holiday Catalog Paper Share, you'll get one 6×6" piece of every pattern for only $26, plus shipping if needed. It's the perfect way to discover your favorites, then order more of the styles you love later on!
- Request one to be mailed to you using the link below.
- Come to a Too Cool Stamping local event to pick up your copy!
- In Color Club members will receive one in their August kit!
CASEd from Tami White at Stamp with Tami.
The focal point of this card is also ultra-cool. Peggy created it to look like a black & white photo! Starting with a 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" piece of Crumb Cake cardstock, she began by stamping the Waterfront images in Memento Black ink…
- Stamp the mountain image across the piece.
- Stamp the trees images on either side of the mountain.
- To make the reflection, stamp the trees upside-down with stamped-off ink.
- Stamp the land image several times to fill up the center.
- Stamp the mountain image upside-down, stamped-off once to create the final reflection.
To finish, she embossed the piece with the Subtle embossing folder. Then, she covered the whole piece with VersaMark ink and heat embossed it with Clear Embossing Powder for the cool, glossy, textured finish. It's matted onto a 3-5/8" x 3-5/8" piece of Basic Black, then adhered to the card front with Multipurpose Glue. She added a small Copper Trim knot up in the corner with a Glue Dot.
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Watercolor Spritzing—Amy stamped onto a Whisper White Stitched Rectangle die-cut, measuring about 3-1/2" wide. First, she inked up the Waterfront Mountains with Blueberry Bushel ink, then spritzed them lightly with the Color Spritzer bottle before stamping. She added the land in Pear Pizzazz, a lake in Balmy Blue and the trees in Mossy Meadow, spritzing before stamping each time. She added a little shimmer to the lake with the Wink of Stella brush.
Finishing Touches—Amy stamped the Seaside Notions greeting in Mossy Meadow before adhering the panel to the card front with a combination of SNAIL and Dimensionals to keep it on the same level as the Mossy Meadow panel. She finished with a Linen Thread bow attached with a Glue Dot.
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