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Monday with Lindsay's Stamp Stuff

This card was quick and easy to make using a snowflake from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Warm Winter digital stamp set. Embossing using digital images is one of the hot topics on the crafting blogs lately so I just had to try it out for myself. I am happy to report that it was super easy. I printed the snowflake at 27% of size on glossy white paper. As soon as it comes out of the printer, sprinkle on your embossing powder (white in this case) and then heat using your heat tool. Easy peasy! The glossy paper gives you time to emboss before the ink dries. On regular card stock the ink dries too quickly to emboss using this method. Once the embossing was cool, I sponged ink on the white glossy paper to color it. You could print a whole sheet of the snowflake images then emboss and color them all at one time. What a great way to make several cards at once!



If you haven't tried using digital stamps yet, Lindsay has several freebies, including Christmas digital stamps, in the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff store on MyGraficO.


While you are there, check out her new Winter Printable Papers, Tags & Cupcake Wrappers . I have shown a preview, but you really need to see the larger pictures at MyGraficO to appreciate how easy it will be to make Christmas cards using this set.






If you are looking for inspiration on ways to use your LSS digital stamps, check out the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff group on MyGrafico. You can see projects posted by other people using LSS stamps and Lindsay has posted some great tutorials.

Now please take a moment to see the quick cards created by the rest of the DT.

Anette "Nettie" Robins

Cassandra Cushman

Jennifer Bliss

Joy Stagg

Karin Martin

Kristen Hamlin

Lindsay Weirich (Owner)

Have a great week!

Supplies:

Warm Winter Digital Stamp Set by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff

Stampin' Up glossy white & Ballet Blue card stock

Georgia Pacific white card stock

Stampin' Up Ballet Blue ink

Stampin' Up White Embossing powder

Silver Ribbon

Silver, self adhesive half balls from Michael's

Sentiment from Tree Trimming Trio from PaperTrey

Comments

Karin said…
Totally beautiful! I'm going to have to try the embossing thing. Cool!
Nettie said…
I really love your card. It just looks so fine and detailed. Will be trying this myself.x
Lindsay Weirich said…
Great card and thinks for the info on embossing the snowflake, I've never put the glossy stamping paper through the printer but I will try now!
C.C. said…
That's beautiful! I love the softness of it, very nice!
Kristen Hamlin said…
I so have to try this! Gorgeous card!
Karin said…
Hi Cheryl,
I left you an award over on my blog!
Karin

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