Truly, adding texture to a card is one of my favorite tried-and-true tricks for dressing up a background. This card, adapted from the soon-to-retire 2018-2019 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog, features the pretty Springtime Impressions Thinlits Dies in a different way. Instead of using them to cut the card stock, this card uses the dies to created a dry embossed background.
What? Embossing with cutting dies? How does that work?
The Big Shot Embossing Mats (available while supplies last) can turn any cutting die into an embossing tool. I’ll teach you how (step-by-step) in the video tutorial, plus I’ll share some tips for stamping with this pretty all-occasions stamp set.
Kits for this project (plus 3 others with the Abstract Impressions stamp set) are available as part of my April Stamps in the Mail Club kits – request your kit online and get all the pieces, ready to create!
Supplies You’ll Want for Stamping at Home (click photos to order online):
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- Available now in April, get your supplies organized the way YOU want them!
- When you order: use the LovenStamps Stamp Club “To Go” Hostess Code (April: 6N2DGVCC). Orders of $40+ qualify for FREE Make N Take kits and extra FREE product!
Stamps in the Mail Club with Meg
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Includes the Abstract Impressions stamp set and three Stampin’ Spots plus supplies for making 4 fabulous projects!
BEST VALUE OPTION: Add the Springtime Impressions Thinlits Dies to your kit at a discount!