Monday 11 October 2021

Stampin' Up! What's Cookin'

Hello my crafty friends and welcome to my blog.

I hope you enjoyed your weekend. It was our last weekend in lockdown so it was quiet. Yes, we are officially out of lockdown. Woo hoo. There are still restrictions to adhere to but that's ok. I can go and see friends again.

Have you seen the What's Cookin' Bundle in the Annual Catalogue? It is on page 34. I have teamed it up with the Brick & Mortar 3D Embossing folder and 2021-2023 In Colour DSP in Cinnamon Cider. Oh, and don't forget some copper foil - LOVE me some foil. The sentiment, I inked in Versamark and using some copper emboss powder, I heat set it with my heat tool. So pretty and shiny.

I raised the board using dimensionals and tied the die cut instruments with linen thread and adhered them using a mini glue dot. Can you see the detail in that board? I got my blending brush out and using the matching cinnamon cider ink pad, I brushed around the outside of the board (you can see the colour difference). I also got my brush out for the Polished Pink embossed layer. I also just inked the outside edges.

Card Measurements: Imperial
Base card - Basic White = 4 1/4" x 11" (score @ 5 1/2")
Layer 1 - Polished Pink = 4" x 5 1/4"
Layer 2 - Basic White = 2 1/8" x 4"
Layer 3 - DSP = 2" x 3 7/8"
Copper Foil - scrap
Basic White scrap = sentiment

Card Measurements: Metric
Base card - Basic White = 10.5cm x 29cm (score @ 14.5cm)
Layer 1 - Polished Pink = 10cm x 14cm
Layer 2 - Basic White = 5cm x 9.7cm
Layer 3 - DSP = 5.3cm x 10cm
Copper Foil = scrap
Basic White scrap = sentiment

I hope you like today's project. If you have any questions, let me know.

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