Sunday, November 12, 2017

Stamp Connection #31

Hi there,

connected through our love for card making, blogging and being from Germany we (Cornelia from Stempel Spass and I) decided to create a monthly project within predefined requirements. We are going to show you the result every 2nd Sunday of the month and this is our 31st transatlantic get-together!

For this meet-up Cornelia chose the topic Faux Letter-Press:

  • cut out the Kesi'Art Biche three times from sturdy white cardstock and once from vellum
  • glue the layers in top of each other - I thought it would be a good idea to run the whole piece through my Big Shot and that's how the backside picked up all the texture from my cutting plate
  • ink up the backside with Altenew Crisp Ink Mocha and emboss the letter press element into a piece of confetti white cardstock
  • cut out one of the CUTplorations Tags #1 around the embossed deer
  • stamp some snowflakes from the Lili of the Valley Snowflakes and Christmas Trees set with Altenew Crisp Ink Mountain Mist, Volcano Lake and Lagoon
  • stamp the sentiment from the same stamp set with Altenew Crisp Ink Espresso and layer the sentiment strip on top of a piece of teal glitter paper
  • ink up the edges of the tag with Altenew Crisp Ink Mocha and a Mini Ink Blending Tool
  • dye a piece of torn seam binding with Distress Stain Peacock Feathers and thread it through the hole of the tag

Now make sure to hop over to see Cornelia's Creation.

Thanks for stopping by. We hope to see you again at the ...



  1. Hat ja super fuer Dich funktioniert! Sieht ganz profimaessig aus! Aber ich mach das bestimmt nicht nochmal....Schoenes Tag - braun und Tuerkis gefaellt mir immer! Ich hab bloederweise Deinen Kommentar geloescht (und alle anderen auch,,,tsk,tsk, tsk, das ist mir noch nie passiert)

  2. This is really pretty, Tanja. Letterpress is always impressive (no pun intended) and on this tag it looks fabulous.


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