Saturday, 5 December 2009

Emma's card using my FREE punch

I am a bit hooked on glittery chipboard at the moment; here’s another card I made for a teenager called... well you can guess what she’s called, I suppose.

I used a selection of chipboard letters from both current and retirerd On Board collections – it’s much easier to find the letters you need if you’re willing to mix fonts! I pressed each letter into my Versamark® pad and then covered with Heat & Stick powder. Heated it to melt the powder then sprinkled on the glitter and heated again gently to set. Bits still do fall off but it’s not as bad as it could be.

Check out the two new (to me) punches! Spiral Punch on the right and the Tag Punch on the left. The spiral punch was part of my Christmas Extravaganza order, which meant that the Tag Punch was FREE! Click here to find out how you can get your free punch, then contact me as soon as possible to place your order if you want it to arrive before Christmas.

Stamps: Hello Again
Cardstock: Gable Green, Taken with Teal, Whisper White
Ink: Gable Green, Versamark
Accessories: On Board Chipboard letters, Fine Cosmo Glitter, Heat & Stick Powder, Tag Punch, Spiral Punch, ¼” Grosgrain Ribbon - Whisper White, Rhinestone Brads – Circle Ice

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4 comments:

  1. Great card.The colours are lovely. You've made me buy the heat and stick powder. You enabler!

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  2. So pretty, so sparkly - perfect for a teenager. I'm sure Emma loved it! I like how you mixed up the fonts - clever, and again, a cool look for a teenager. CC

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  3. Gorgeous, I am diggin the glitter lately also.

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