Hello friends. I have some sweet trreats for you today. I found a couple of very sweet cards on the Memory Box blog and recreated them to give you an idea of how to use some of the new Memory Box dies.
Stick It Die Adhesive -- I wrote a couple posts ago that the exciting new Stick It die adhesive was coming to The Stamp Act. Stick It is a micro-thin double sided adhesive sheet that is specially formulated to work with all kind sof dies and electronic die cutting machines like the Cricket or Cameo. I have tried it several times and it is easy and works great. Here's a video with Ken Oliver, the inventor of Stick It, that will show you how it works. I used Stick It for the tiny details on the gingerbread men below. I applied Stick It to white cardstock then die cut with the Ginerbread Men Decorations die and adhered the little pieces to the men. Easy! Stop in for a demo of Stick It adhesive!
Holiday Treat – Memory Box dies Precious Gingerbread Men, Gingerbread Men Decorations, Swirled Lollipops and Tiny Candy Canes; Memory Box stamp Candy Cane Stripes; sentiment: Memory Box; design inspired by Jean Okimoto
I am sorry this photo isn't very clear. The little bows are part of the Gingerbread Men die.
Jolly Gingerbread Men – Memory Box dies Precious Gingerbread Men, Gingerbread Men Decorations, Swirled Lollipops, Tiny Candy Canes, Ho Ho Holly Leaves and Holly Branch; Memory Box stamp Candy Cane Stripes; sentiment: Memory Box; design inspired by Pam Sparks
Lots of little details makes this a "wow" card.
My good friend and customer, Judith Zar, gave Chloe a great Tshirt that reads "Bark for the Cure." Thanks Judith!
Another birthday card from my friend Jane. She used the Memory Box dies Delicate Butterfly Arch and Birthday Extravaganza and some beautiful pink glitter paper. Thanks Jane.
Fall is a busy time for everyone so even though I am not posting specific classes, you can always request a class covering the cards that I post. If you want to learn more about stamping, papercrafting, die cutting, coloring or other subjects just scroll through previous posts and select a few cards you’d like to make. Call me (915-833-9500) and we will discuss the specifics. Thanks!