I haven’t played with the Stampin” Up! embossing paste in a while so I decided to get it out. One of the things about cottage living is there is not a lot of room for my ever growing stamp supplies so I am limited on what I can bring. Of course, just about everyday I stop back at the house and pick up more so eventually we will have to put an addition on the cottage just for my stamping supplies! I am not sure how Rob feels about that but I think I can guess! Yesterday I picked up the Pattern Party Decorative Masks, Silver Embossing Paste and my Palette Knives. They aren’t that big, right?
To make this card I first used the brick wall Decorative Mask with the Silver Embossing Paste. For some reason the silver color (vs regular white) is a little runnier so I taped the mask down so it would not leak underneath. I love the silver. It is shiny and fun!
While that was drying I cut out the sentiment Happy Birthday using the Happy Birthday Thinlits Die in Whisper White. It looked a little sad on top of the Silver Embossing Paste so I decided to cut out a piece of black fun foam and back the Whisper White piece on top. I offset it a little so it kind of looks like a shadow. I liked that much better.
The longest part to make this card was waiting for the Silver Embossing Paste to dry! I think this would make a great masculine birthday card.
PS: Happy Birthday, Debby. I hope you have a terrific day!
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Tee hee. I can see you sneaking stamping supplies into the cottage, under your shirt, so Rob doesn’t have the opportunity to comment. Love the card. Great, simple clean look and lovely!
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I think adding an addition for a craft room is a wonderful idea. Is there room for a “she shed” overlooking the lake? 😉 I love this card, and the silver paste with the “shadowed” sentiment is perfect.
Unfortunately no room for a she shed facing the lake. Luckily we do have a guest room closet. I hope he doesn’t read these comments or he will find my hiding place!
I love this! It looks like very high-end graffiti art! 🙂