We had fun playing today with Stampin'Up! Simply Pressed clay. It is so light weight, easy to shape in molds or by hand and to color. You can make it shiny with Crystal Effects. I was inspired to copy designs I saw on Pinterest (www.pinterest.com/ellencreates/simply-pressed-clay). Let me know if you want to make these. I can show you how!
I created the first two cards to swap at convention. The third card was created at convention with the set that I won!
This quick and easy card is created with the new Elegant Lines embossing folder on Concord Crush cardstock. It is highlighted with Frost White
Shimmer Paint #116854 using an Aqua Painter. Doesn't that add a nice accent? The images are stamped with new In Color Concord Crush ink on Whisper White cardstock using Fine Flourish #115709 and punched out with the Butterfly Extra-Large punch #119848 and the greeting is from Perfect Punches #117022 in clear mount and punched with 2" x 1-3/8" Oval Extra-Large #119859. See rhinestone detail below, you get 150 Basic Rhinestones for $4.95 (# 119246)
, 50 ea. in 3 sizes: 5 mm, 4 mm, & 3 mm. Adorned with Concord Crush 1/2" stitched-poly ribbon #119266.
Watercolor card using Awash with Flowers set #117062 wood mount and #120549 clear mount. Stamped with Stazon water-proof ink on Watercolor Paper (20) #105019. Other cardstock includes Basic Grey, Cherry Cobbler and Riding Hood Red. The ribbon is retired Riding Hood Red strips, there are other colors in the current catalog.
This card uses the Paisley Prints and Seasonal Sentiments #120821 from the upcoming Holiday Mini stamp set. I got these sets during the Stampin'Up! convention. What FUN! This quick and easy card was stamped with Cherry Cobbler on Whisper White Cardstock, punched with Full Heart Extra-Large #119883 punch. Accented with Concord Crush cardstock and Concord Crush 1/2" stitched-poly ribbon #119266.
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