Welcome to this month’s Fancy Friday Blog Hop! Our team is a group of stampers who love to make beautiful things. Sometimes they are clean, sometimes they are layered but the one thing I can say for sure is that our projects will be fancy! If you hopped over from the lovely and talented Connie, welcome to the next stop. For October, our theme is a Technique challenge! I love a good technique and I thought it would be fun to revisit the Partial Die Cut Technique.
So I debated whether I should do this as a shaker card or using DSP and I finally decided to show you both!! They each have their wow and I can totally see you being able to go crazy with ideas on them. To keep it simple, I created a video tutorial for you on the shaker card.
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Just a few of the details to add in from the video. The DSP in the background on the deer and tree tag is from the Floral Boutique pack. Just remember your paper doesn’t have to be “holiday” to work perfectly. And you could totally use some Glimmer Paper for a wow effect! DSP on the bottom panel or textures like the Softly Falling Embossing Folder will change the look and allow for fun variations. I’m really hoping you’ll share your versions with me!!
I think you are going to jump for joy as you hop around this month! You know these stampers are simply going to wow you!! And speaking of wow, I get the privilege of introducing a new member of our Fancy Friday team. The amazing Sue Plote has agree to join us. Her work is extraordinary and we are thrilled to have her along. Have fun on the hop!
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Stamp: Holly Jolly Greetings; Ink: Versamark, Night of Navy; Paper: Crumb Cake, Thick Whisper White, Floral Boutique DSP; Accessories: Big Shot, Merry Tags Framelits, Sequins (Pretty Pink Posh – Concord and 9th Birthday Mix), Window Sheet, Die Brush, Stampin’ Trimmer, Night of Navy Baker’s Twine, Foam Adhesive Strips
I love these cards! Beautifully done!
These are so cute and I always love it when there’s a video to show how to do it. Both cards are darling and now I want to make them. Thank you, Jennifer.
How fabulous, Jen, Love it! I loved your presentation, also! Thanks for sharing and, Happy Holidays!! 🙂
Your cards are always so elegant ! I totally love the two of them
Oh. My. Heck. These are STUNNING!!! Thank you for the great how to video 🙂
Each are so different – yet the same concept and layout!! Gorgeous!