I have yet to see a tutorial for this technique!
To be honest, I saw a card using this sort of dry embossing/sanding technique in a CTMH idea book and made it up as I went along.
I will have the tutorial posted by the end of the day!!!
Many people have asked how to do it!
As a girl, my mom would always tell me that I was off
in la-la land…lol! She never quite related to a child’s imaginative and wandering mind, having been forced to grow up fast. To this day, she can not relate to my younger brother 8 years younger than me.
I would love to have this hang on the door of my future craft room!
OKAY, back to my faux framed goodness…
The second I ordered these odd-bird planet stamps I knew what I wanted to do with them!
I wanted to create a scene and faux frame it (my fave trick) and wanted it to have a homey shabby chic yet fun feel to it!
My inspiration for the frame is an actual white frame hanging in the family room.
A TON of work went into this, but I had so much fun doing it!
Stamps– odd bird planet, justjohanna, kelly’s gnome home, kelly’s gnome girl with apron, mushroom tree row, CTMH doodle alpha
Paper– The mushroom and large red flower is paper pieced with Basic Grey Infuse, The grass, rolling hills, and gnome girl’s apron is paper pieced with Basic Grey Pheobe, The clear buttons are backed with Basic Grey Pheobe as well. CTMH chocolate cs dry embossed using the faux frame technique and a scor-pal.
Ink– SU basic black, Copic markers, BIC markers
Accesories– The flower is a Basic Grey Rub-on on basic grey dsp, liquid glass (more apparent in the second pic), machine stitching, CTMH clear buttons and hinges, SU linen thread and jumbo eyelets, Gina K. Screw brads, Anna Griffin satin ribbon.
Techniques– Dry embossing, faux frame, paper piecing, alcohol markers, machine stitching, rub-ons
These are the ladies from
The Fort Irwin Home Business Wives!!!
I think we just came together today to buy from each other 😉
ugh…I hate my arms…lol..they bend this way and that way!
While I was making this criss-cross card, I couldn’t help but think about how long it had been since I used a CTMH stamp set that wasn’t an alphabet set!
This is September’s Stamp of the Month set and it is so beautiful.
I’m diggin the silhouette look!
Some of my fellow CTMH consultants have beautiful artwork using this stampset!
Check out Mare
, and Kathi
I made this card for a local card swap with consultants from Barstow!
Stamps- CTMH Treasure Life
Paper- CTMH Perfect Day and colonial white
Ink- CTMH tulip, sorbet and cocoa
Accessories- CTMH tokens (customer reward for spending a certain amount throughout the year), corner rounder and sewing machine stitching
Techniques- Stamp Rolling (rolling the stamp in multiple colors), machine stitching