Hello and welcome to our June Blog Hop!  We are SO glad you are here!  If you didn’t already do so, be sure to hop all the way around to see the awesome project Kelly Taranto has to share.  You will be so glad you did!
Stampin’ Up! is offering a fabulous special this month with an additional 10% off stamp and die bundles as well as the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machines, so it seems like a perfect time to feature these products as part of our monthly blog hop!
So get ready to Bundle Up this month with ANY kind of project that shows off one of our amazing stamp and die bundles!  Want them for your own?  Visit my Online Store to see all these amazing bundles and get them today!  Use the June hostess code, 43CD7EWY and get a little stamping goodie from me in the mail!
Okay, so I broke one of this month’s rules as i am using a bundle that will be available through the Online Exclusives starting this Tuesday, July 2nd!  I participated in a card swap hosted by a fellow demo to show off the new Online Exclusives and I couldn’t wait to share it with y’all!  I used the Changing Leaves Bundle along with the Reverse Joseph’s Coat technique that we learned at our NC Demos Quarterly Meeting in April. This is SUCH a fun and easy technique!
Here are the card measurements and basic instructions for this easy,technique!!
  • Pretty Peacock 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 and scored at 4 1/4
  • Old Olive 4 x 5 1/4 and a scrap for the sentiment
  • Basic White 4 x 5 1/2, for the inside and 3 3/4 x 5 for the technique
  1. Emboss the 3 ¾” x 5” piece of Basic White cardstock with the Changing Leaves Embossing Folder.
  2. Turn the embossed piece over to the debossed side and apply Crushed Curry, Moody Mauve and Old Olive ink to the debossed images using Blending Brushes. Don’t worry if you get some ink on the embossed or raised areas.
  3. Use a Pretty Peacock ink pad and apply to the card by running it down the cardstock. You want to only drag the ink pad in one direction and apply only moderate pressure. The Pretty Peacock ink will only stick to the embossed areas of the cardstock.  Set aside to dry.
  4. While it is drying you can stamp and die cut the rest of the pieces for your card.
Thank you SO much for letting me share my project!  I am all done, but there is still a lot more to come!  Hop along with me over to see what my friend, Toni Campana has to share.  She always makes something fabulous!
Stay Safe & Crafty!
NC Demos Blog Hop June 2024 – Bundle Up!

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