I'm sorry I haven't posted each day like I said I would, but it's spring break here and my kids are my first priority.
But I got up early this morning so I could add another card showing you the emboss resist technique. Here you go:
On this card I embossed the tag, which by the way is from a sneak peek stamp set called Four Frames (wood-#123440 $20.95, clear-#123442 $15.95), that will be in the 2011-2012 Idea Book & Catalog, but you can order already along with the Paisley Prints Designer Series paper (#122367 $9.95). The bird is cut out of one of the other frame stamps from this wonderful new set also.
I embossed the image in White embossing powder (#109132 $4.75) and sponged Crumb Cake over it to make it pop. Then I punched it out with the Decorative Label punch (#120907 $16.95). The circles behind the main image are from the 2 1/2" circle punch (#120906 $16.95) and the 3" circle die (#122125 $17.95). I used the Framed Tulips Textured Impressions Embossing folder (#121809 $7.95) on the card front.
The ribbon is the 1/2" Seam Binding in Crumb Cake (#122332 $6.95) and the button is also Crumb Cake and can be found in the Designer buttons Neutrals collection (#119743 $8.95). I tied a piece of Linen Thread (#104199 $4.50) on the button, and viola', it just finished the card off nicely don't you think.
A lot of the product used on this card can be found in the Occasions Mini Catalog which will end on April 30 so don't miss out. Get your order in today. Orders can be placed on my website: sheryldreyer.stampinup.net.
And while your there go check out the clearance rack, new stuff had been added at close out prices!!
If you like this card or any of the cards I have shown in the last few weeks and would like to learn how to make these, contact me to set up a get together with you and your friends to learn the art of rubber stamping. If you have a workshop or a book party and your sales are $350 or more, you can receive the above stamp set and designer series paper for FREE!!! What are you waiting for, we all like FREE!!!