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Wed 22

A Monogram Card and More...


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Pam here to show you another new die from Memory Box and a couple cards using one of the new stencils.

I cut the S, from the Classic Upper Alphabet die set, in the center of a piece of Memory Box Pattern Paper.  Then I placed it on the NEW Venita Flourish die, centering the S and taping the card-stock in place to cut.  Exact placement!  Love it!  

*tip* always cut the inside image first so you can position and center when you cut the surrounding shape.


Easy to make multiples for thank you or notecards!

Memory Box Meadow and Blueberry notecards.


Here I used the NEW Delicate Snowflakes stencil...laid it over a piece of watercolor paper and spritzed it with Frosty Night and Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Mist.  My watercolor paper wasn't the heaviest so it curled up some from the moisture causing the inks to go under the stencil a bit at here and there.  

*tip* if you spritz the backside of your paper with water, it doesn't curl up as much when you're getting the front wet.



Frostyville Corner and Snowflake Corner cut from white glitter card-stock


Hope you can see the shimmer and sparkle!



Here's the Delicate Snowflakes Stencil again.  I stamped a panel with Memory Box stamps, laid the stencil on the panel, applied stencil paste, then white embossing powder and heated it.


I used the Precious Snowflakes die and several stamps...

Snowy Evergreens
Walking Winter Wonderland
Winter Collage
Washi Tape Dots

I think that's it for today! : )  Thanks for looking!  Can't wait to see what you're all creating with the new stencils and dies!



I love the new stencils.

Love this wintery stencil , stamp and dies. I Beautiful card!

thank you Diane and Lisa!

Love this and all the new stencils. How pretty.

thank you Eileen!

Wow they are all beautiful, love the framing in the first, just beautiful, the background on the second is cool and such pretty framing with the die, the last is just a beautiful scene, great background and use of dies!

thank you Connie!

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