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Blessings of Home

November 25, 2021

Yesterday in my Facebook Live, I shared a technique which I learned while I was participating in the Onstage Online Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator event a week or so ago. Chloe Evans a Demonstrator from Australia shared this technique and boy is it fun. For my card today, I cut Misty Moonlight card using one of the Scalloped Contour Dies and attached it to scored and folded Thick Basic White card. I cut a piece of the Heart & Home 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper using another of the Scalloped Contour Dies which I attached to the card front using dimensionals.

I stamped the image from the Blessings of Home stamp set onto Misty Moonlight card using Versamark. I sprinkled the image with White Embossing Powder and heat set it. I coloured parts of the image using a White Watercolour Pencil, in fact only the two large flowers. I cut out the image using the co-ordinating Flowers of Home Die and attached it to the card front.

I tied a bow in a length of 3/8″ Denim Ribbon and attached the bow to the flower stem using Glue Dot. To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the greeting from the Blessings of Home stamp set onto Basic White card using Misty Moonlight ink. I attached a narrow strip of Misty Moonlight card behind one long edge of a piece of the same Heart & Home Designer Series Paper before attaching it across the bottom of the stamped Basic White card.

I am really loving this technique but I am also loving this fabulous product suite called Heart and Home which you will find in the January to June Mini Catalogue. I was lucky enough to be able to pre-purchase this stamp set whilst participating in the Onstage Online Event.

Bye for now,

Kris

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