Tuesday, October 25, 2011


Today I decided that I was just going to make something for the sake of creating and nothing else.  No tutorials, no stress, just for fun!  On the Inkspiration 4U Christmas Edition 2011 there was a color challenge for the week which included the Stampin' Up! colors Cherry Cobbler, Night of Navy and Gold.  My title does say 'fear of vellum' and to be truthfully honest I have had a fear of vellum for many years.  I love the elegance it brings along with a touch of class but...I never could get it to work right.  I tried printing on it, overlaying, but until I became a SU demo I never had stamped on it.  Well today is the day...take a look...

I used our gold embossing powder and embossed on the vellum!  I really like the new 3/8" quilted satin ribbon in the Cherry Cobbler (which by the way has become my new holiday favorite color!!) which you can find in the new holiday mini.  Add some gold brads and I think you have a winner.

Now I will be slammed these next couple of days as I will be volunteering at the school with a ton of errands so I don't know if I will be posting.  That being said I plan on making something special for my nephew for his birthday (a tad late) but I won't be posting it until later Friday afternoon.  So if you don't hear from me you know why.  Until then, I will talk to soon!


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