Tin Tile Embossing Folder

This week is a bit wild and crazy as I’m preparing for my Fall Fest Mini Retreat.  I host this all day stamping event with my daughter (who is also a team member).  We have a day filled full of stamping for our guests and lots of surprise and delights for them too.  So while I’m busy prepping and will share the project with you starting next week, I thought this would be a great time to share some of Stampin’ Up!’s videos from the Holiday Catalog.

One of my favorite products in this catalog is the Tin Tile Embossing Folder.  I’ve used it a ton of times already.  One project that featured this embossing folder was the Country Home Framed Art piece we did last month.
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See enjoy this quick little video on some of the fun ways to use the Tin Tile Embossing Folder.

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Dashing Deer Meets Joyous Noel

We’re aren’t close to winter yet but our temperatures took a big nose dive today.  We’ve dropped about 35 degrees from Tuesday to today.  The colder temps remind us that winter and the Christmas season aren’t that far away so I thought I would share another Christmas/Holiday card with you.  The Dashing Deer set has some very elegant pieces that coordinate so well with the Joyous Noel Designer Paper.  I love the copper accents in the designer paper — this print incorporates the deer from the stamp set.  The Subtle Embossing Folder gives a great texture to the card.  I stamped the floral image at the top and bottom of the Gray Granite cardstock and then ran it through the embossing folder.  A nice accent across the center is the Merry Merlot & Copper 5/8″ Reversible Ribbon — one side is more Merlot color and the other side has more copper — so pretty.


Dashing Deer stamp set, Joyous Noel designer paper, Christmas


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Toil & Trouble Scrapbook Pages

Last night was my Scrap & Go Club.  Since it’s October, we did Halloween themed pages and used the Toil & Trouble design paper along with the Cauldron Bubble stamp set.  The color on the pages popped and the Cauldron framelits worked great with the designer paper — cutting out the images was a breeze.

Cauldron Bubble Stamp Set, Cauldron Framelits, Toil & Trouble Designer Paper, Halloween Scrapbook
On the second page we stamped a little more adding some dark mist under the witches hat and three fun ghosts floating on the page.

Cauldron Bubble Stamp Set, Cauldron Framelits, Toil & Trouble Designer Paper, Halloween Scrapbook

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