I am no longer a Stampin’ UP! Demonstrator. It was a bittersweet decision. I LOVED being a demo. For many of you, YOUR demonstrator. Our family business is taking more and more of my times as well as other family and life commitments.
However, that doesn’t mean I won’t post projects from time to time! Paper crafting and otherwise! The beauty of Stampin’ UP! is one can always rejoin.
Thank you for your following and I will have more coming soon!
Hi Everyone! On my team’s Facebook Group yesterday, I did a Facebook Live on 2 background techniques. This is one of them! It it sooo super easy. All you need is your acrylic blocks and ink pads!
Here I used Acrylic Block Size B to stamp 4 different colors. Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy! Then if so desired ( and I desired LOL) your can add other images on top of the background blocks. I love this cute bunny from Welcome Easter stamp set.
Hi Everyone! Today I have a fun and easy technique that helps use up scrap strips of designer paper. It’s the (big wink) Scrap Strips Technique LOL!
It couldn’t be easier. Glue strips of designer paper side by side. Pick an image to die cut and have at it!
Cut and layout your scrap strips.
Glue strips unto whisper white cardstocj
Example of finished sheet.
Die cut and enjoy!
I like starting with a 6″ x 6″ piece of Whisper White cardstock (not thick whisper white). 6″ wide because that the max. width of my die cutting machine. If you have lots of 12″ long scraps – you could make a 6×12.
Cut strips of scrap designer paper into 1/4″ x 6″ or 1/2″ x6″ OR whatever size you wish! 1/2″ shown above. AND feel free to mix and match the widths!
Arrange the strips in a pattern you like.
Glue using Multipurpose glue.
Die cut an amazing, one of a kind embellishment or layer!
To make this project.
Die cut Scrap Strip using Stitched so Sweetly.
Stamp sentiment with VersaMark, add Gold Embossing Powder and heat set. Die cut.
Add sentiment using a glue dot.
Fold bag flap.
Tie ribbon and add Scrap Strip embellishment using dimensionals.