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 Scrap n Stamp Stamptember Blog Hop.

It’s my turn to inspire you to dust off your die cutting machine and make something. If you’re new to my blog, welcome.  I’m Karen, of KWarnerStudio.com. I love sharing my creativity with y’all.  Thank you for hopping along Scrap n Stamp Stamptember Blog Hop. I hope you arrived from Julia Chupik   !

Fall  like temperatures  are fast approaching. With fall comes  many excuses  to play with paper. The changing colours  and   numerous occasions  provide us  limitless  WHY’s. Why   we need to craft.  My goal is to  help  with  How and What. How  to utilize the   items we acquire and  What those items can do.

Scrap n Stamp Stampember Blog Hop  Participants :

Tara Nixon Cox                  

Karla Yungwirth                    

Amber Trubiak                                  

Nancy Frustaci                                         

Julia Chupik  

Karen Warner  >>>>>>>You are here

My contribution to  Scrap n Stamp Stamptember Blog Hop  uses  the six piece  Memory Box Postage Strip Die.

Here is the finished card:

Scrap N Stamp Stamptember Blog Hop

1. Cut  the postage stamp strip  twice. This  will make an opening in  Neenah 110 lb , A2 Portrait card base – front. Watch positioning,  this  window  is  to be used in the card design.sns-stamptember-bh-1

2. Cut out a vellum  panel the same size as the card front.

3. Use the narrow  Strip Die  to create an edging along  top, bottom  of the heavy weight vellum.

4. Blend Distress oxide ink in the centre of each postage stamp,  dry.

5. Stamp images on the postage stamp strip.

6.  Watercolour the images.

7. Adhere  finished and dry Postage Strip  on top of the second set of cut out.

sns-stamptember-bh-28. Secure onto inside  card, through the opening left from using Memory Box  Postage Strip Die.

9. Apply pattern paper to the outside.

10. Stamp the inside . Personal information on a separate detachable piece of vellum. Attach to the inside of the card to  ensure  privacy . Designed to be used in a planner to save the date.

11.  Stamp and emboss front vellum panel.

12. Attach vellum panel by threading cording  through the card front left hand side.

 

GIVEAWAY:If you would like to win the die used in Scrap n Stamp Stamptember Blog Post – Memory Box Postage Strip Die:

Remember to leave a comment and subscribe to KWarnerStudio.com to enter. One comment  will be drawn randomly – Prize Lot – Memory Box Postage Strip Die.  Comments close Friday September 22, 2017. Drawing is Saturday September 23 , 12:01 p.m. AST

 Thank you for hopping along ! K x

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