This card feartures 4 new products from the 2012 Occasions Mini.
- Take it to Heart Stamp Set (125520-W, p. 14, $29.95; 125522-C, $23.95)
- Hearts Collection Framelits Die (125599, p. 6, $26.95)
- Adorning Hearts Textured Impressioins Embossing Folders (125601, p. 7, $8.95)
- Vanilla Scented Stampin' Emboss Powder (125590, p. 35, $5.95)
- STAMP SET: Short & Sweet, p. 166, 115060, $17.95
- CARD STOCK:
- Riding Hood Red 4" X 5-1/4" (or 4-1/8" X 5-3/8") (111348)
- Whisper White: 8-1/2" x 5-1/2", folded (100730)
- INK: Riding Hood Red (111836), VersaMark (102283)
- ACCESSORIES: Riding Hood Red 3/8" Tafetta Ribbon (10"), p. 195, (122988), Heat Tool (100005), Big Shot Die Cut Machine, p. 215, 113439
Position Embossing Folder over the lower edge of the card stock. Place it on Tab 1 of the Multi-Purpose Cutting Pad and run through the Big Shot.
Position the point of the heart just ever-so-slightly into the space between two of the embossed hearts and ensure that the upper curves are positioned equally from the card top.
Lay onto closed Multi-Purpose Platform, sandwiched between the two Standard Cutting Pads. (You can see that mine are well used!) Be sure the embosslit doesn't shift position. Run through the Big Shot.
Carefully remove embosslit and set embosslit aside. It is semi-fragile.
Tie 10" piece of Riding Hood Red 3/8" Tafetta Ribbon, around left side of card as shown, securing with a square knot.
Lay card front (do NOT apply adhesive yet) over the Riding Hood Red card front, positioning it carefully where you want it to be when adhered. Ink up the heart image with VersaMark. Stamp in the center of the cut-out heart, onto the Riding Hood Red card stock. Remove WWhite layer. Sprinkle image with Vanilla Scented Embossing Powder and heat set.
Now you can attach this layer to the card front.
Stamp a greeting of your choice using Riding Hood Red Classic Ink.
DONE! I hope you enjoy this card. Try using this template for other cardstock or Designer Series Papers, and using other Framelits.
Blythe Klipple www.stampinwithblythe.com email@example.com January 2012