Monday, November 8, 2010

How Can You Resist? Last call for blog candy!

It's my turn to teach a Motivation Monday tutorial at Betty Bee's Buzz. You can click there for more details AND to leave a comment or two or twenty for a chance to win Betty's blog candy. Blog Candy closes tonight!
Both of these cards are examples of heat emboss resist. I have tips on what to do and what I learned (lol) at Betty's blog :)

Supplies
Pears card:
  • papers: 6x6 Cosmo Cricket Early Bird & Core'dinations card stock
  • ink: SU chocolate chip
  • stamp: A Stamp in The Hand Co. Pear Border #2
  • hello sentiment: BasicGrey rub-on
  • ribbon: SU
Floral card:
  • papers: hand-made pattern paper (manufacturer unknown), ACMoore (black), and Magenta (silver paper)
  • stamp: SU Heartfelt Thanks
  • ink: Memento
  • ribbon: (manufacturer unknown)

7 comments:

Kard Queen said...

Thank you for the list of supplies; I'm clicking over to Betty Bee's.

lauren said...

these are indeed GORGEOUS and amazing! (♥♥♥!) and i have NO IDEA how you did it...so yeah...i gotta click over! ciao, darling! :)

Leslie Hanna said...

Soooo pretty. It took me about 3 glares to figure out the pear papers and the pear stamp shapes. Duh. Remember when we all collected pear stamps? I think I've finally gotten rid of most of mine. ;)

Beth said...

This is an awesome technique June and I am so looking forward to trying it.
Your cards are gorgeous.

Anonymous said...

TaumdualeDame
[URL=http://moon.cs.uh.edu/trac/WiserAnalyzer/ticket/16648]looking for love[/URL]
laniakabs

Anonymous said...

Appreciation you for the treatment of the sensible critique. I and my neighbour had been well-founded preparing to do some criticism about this one. We got a seize a log from our limited library, but i believe I discovered additional from this put up. I'm quite ready and willing to the hang of such wonderful facts fashionable shared hindrance available.

Sandy Ang said...

The idea of fussy cut pears from the pear-pattern paper is so clever !