Extra, extra, read all about it! The new 2016-2017 Annual Catalog is out and I am SO PUMPED about this host stamp set - it is CRAZY cute! I know I *just* used this in my last post, but yeah - I like it that much.
We recently did a team swap featuring all new products from the new Stampin' Up! catalog, and Pun Intended was my go-to. I wanted to whip up something fun, busy, bright, and with a bit of a "wow" factor.
And - ooh, I fooled you - this card ISN'T IT! I whipped this bad boy up a few weeks ago when I was first playing around with my new goodies. It WAS my jumping-off point, however, and provided a great base for our swap card! I'll have that card to share with you soon. :)
Today's Stampin' Tip: Because the Basic Black Embossing Powder was recently retired, I know you must be wondering how I embossed that rich black camera. It's super easy, and you don't need to have a stash of the now-sold-out Black EP! Just stamp your camera in Basic Black Archival Ink, and while the ink is still wet, dump some clear embossing powder on it. Voila - bold, shiny, black embossing!
Because this Pun Intended is a Host Set, it is ONLY available with a $200 party or order... so if you've got a big list, you'll want to hop over to my store and get Pun Intended as a freebie! Smaller order? I'd love it if you used this month's host code!
Thanks so much for swinging by for a visit - have a fabulous day!
thanks for the tip about embossing the camera but do you have to heat emboss after you dump the powder on it .ReplyDelete
Absolutely! Just use the Basic Black Archival Ink in place of Versamark in your usual heat-embossing process. :)Delete