Thursday, 23 November 2017

Art with Heart Team Blog


Tonight the Art with Heart team girls are sharing some creative projects by adding texture with embossing. Embossing can add a lovely dimension, and with our wonderful Stampin’ Up! products, we can create many different looks. These include Heat embossing using embossing powder, dry embossing using our textured folders or by adding embossing paste


 


 

I have been having fun during the last few weeks making Christmas cards.  So when I decided to take part in this Blog Hop, a Christmas card was the obvious choice.  However I wanted to stretch my skills.  I found inspiration from Pinterest and YouTube.  I am thrilled with my results.  Still need more  perfecting but a new skill 
none the less.

This Christmas card was created using Night in Bethlehem Stamp 
Set, Bethlehem Edgelits Dies, Crumb Cake, Early Expresso and Whisper White Cardstock.  I used Crumb Cake  and Early Expresso
Stamp Pads.  For the first time I used the Heat Tool, Stampin’ Up Embossing Powder, (Clear) and Embossing Buddy.  I had a great 
time learning this new skill, and I am very pleased with my card.  I 

hope you enjoy this card as much as I’ve enjoyed learning this new skill.
 

 

Now it’s time to hop on over to our next participant, the very talented,  Rachel Palmieri
  







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7 comments:

  1. Thats really pretty Leanne...Might have to CASE this one I think

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  2. Such a classic and beautiful card Leanne.

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  3. Classic and elegant Christmas card.

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  4. Your card is lovely and classic, so beautiful Leanne

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  5. I love your card Leanne and I love this stamp set!

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  6. Wow, what a gorgeous card, Leanne and I love how you have decorated the inside too. Thanks for sharing and joining your first blog hop!

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  7. Your card is really lovely - this technique works so well with these stamps. Good on you for joining in with our blog hops!

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