April 14, 2011

Playing With a New Technique

Thank goodness it's club week!  I've been dying to see all my girls!  With my dad's surgery, I've really cut back on classes this month. We weren't sure how things were going to play out, and I've been lucky enough to get to spend the recovery time with my dad.   The last thing he needed was a bunch of us crazy stampers letting loose in the basement:)  Club; however, was not up for debate.  These ladies are family, and I will admit... my sanity!   I really look forward to our monthly meetings.

This month we're testing out the Embossing Folder Wax Paper resist technique.  I love the vintage feel that it gives to the image!  Want to hear something funny?  I had to buy an iron to do this technique!  Can you imagine not owning an iron?????  I have my garment steamer and that is all I've relied on for the past year, but it definitely wouldn't do for this technique!  My hubby was definitely in shock when I asked him to go out and buy me an iron as he knows that I would rather gouge my eyes with a paper piercer than iron clothing:)

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Stamp Set(s): Artistic Etchings
Paper:Very Vanilla, Early Espresso
Ink:Basic Black Stazon, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake
Embellishments:Crumb Cake Seam Binding, Neutrals Designer Buttons, Linen Thread, Vintage Brads
Tools: Mat Pack, Paper Piercer, Paper Snips
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martina's kaartjes said...

this is one elegant great, beautiful card !!! and ironing ??? bweuhhh !!!! =(
have a nice day !
x =)

Margaret aka Totallyawake said...

LOL - I might be more inclined to pull out an iron if it resulted in something fun like making a card ;) This is SO gorgeous!

Sabriena Satchwell An Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator said...

Gorgeous card Ange! You are going to have to show us this technique at our next meeting. :-) (please!!!)

Jody Makela said...

LOVE this card Ange, so pretty - will you show me how you did this?