Techniques

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To A Wild Rose

To A Wild Rose

“To A Wild Rose” stamp set was created by $1,000,000 in sales demonstrator, Mary Ellen Byler.  It is a “must-have” for your collection of flower stamps!!  Being a “two-step” stamp set means that you’ll have beautiful shading by stamping 2 different images over top of each other. In my sample, I used Rococo Rose and Blushing Bride for the roses and Mossy Meadow for the leaves and the greeting.  I’m looking forward to tying this with shades of blue and shades of yellow and shades of purple – do you see all the possibilities???

Here’s a look at the Photopolymer stamps included in this set.  The Wild Rose dies match the stamp set and, when purchased together, you will get a 10% savings!!  See details on page 11 and page 141 of the 2019-2020 Annual Stampin’ Up! Catalogue.  Shop here to get yours!

To A Wild Rose

I”d love to have you join me on August 8/19 at 7:00 PM for a Facebook Live class using this bundle!

Tie A Bow With A Fork

Tie A Bow With A Fork

Do you struggle when you tie a bow?  Here’s a unique way to get perfect results every time – use a fork!!  Yes, I did say “Use a fork!”

 

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Did you know that your finished bow size will change with the size of the fork used?  And your bow will be a different size depending on the width of the ribbon used.  Here’s another sample saved from Pinterest.

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Follow these instructions and share your results on my Facebook Page!

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