Monday, August 11, 2014


My niece and I spent a relaxing Sunday afternoon making embellishments for cards.
We used leftover bits and pieces from my scrap bins.
We also tried a different technique -- emboss resist! (You can find a tutorial for that here.)
Supplies and Tools: KRAFT cardstock, Tattered Florals Die (Tim Holtz), Quilling Tool, Puzzle Die (Sizzix), Paper Crimper (Fiskars), Script Stamp, Versamark, Clear Embossing Powder, Assorted Dye Inks, Circle punch, Square Punch, Twine, Pearls, Blossom Nestabilities, Leaf Punch (Martha Stewart), Paperwork Greetings (Inkadinkado)

This post linked to:
Kraft Journal - What's on your work table
(I usually keep my desk clean with nothing but my lamp, clock, and a bin of "tools" on it [see photo below] - BUT today these embellishments were sitting on it waiting to be photographed, blogged about, and put away)


Helen said...

Pretty embellishments. It is nice to have a relative who share the same interest.

Helen said...

And I love your stamp display.

Stephanie said...

The embellishments are very pretty :)

Have a wonderful week!

Teresa Arsenault said...

These are sweet and what a lovely way to spend an afternoon.

SarahGeorge said...

Very pretty embellishments!! Very beautiful craft table and shelf:-)

Jennifer said...

Incredible! I love them all, but I think that the puzzle piece ones are my fav. Love how you combined all the different textures!

Angela said...

I love and want that rubber stamp wall! Ingenious!

Angela said...

... and the script stamped flowers and embellishments are awesome!