I just so happen to surf by and found this cool technique on YouTube from TheCoutureCrafter Slimeline Cards. This one will have you playing with all your inks and embossing folders. I used a manilla tag I cut frm the TBBM cart with my Cricut.. I stamped a script image in black archival ink on the tag. Then I colored the front of an embossing folder with Real Red ink from Stampin Up. I ran the tag through the Big Shot and Voila! I also went around the edges with vintage photo distress ink.
- Pam Allen
- I began my papercrafting journey when someone from work invited me to a Stampin UP party. I couldn't believe how easy it was to make something so beautiful. As I went to different workshops, people began to bring their different projects to the parties and one time a lady brought her scrapbook! OMG!!!! It was love at first sight. I didn't say a word. I just listened to what she said about it and how she did it and I began to just go into local craft stores and put the pieces together and the rest is history. Because this love of mine began before I married or had children, I was able to document a great deal of what has happened over the past ten years. I am so thankful for this love of paper crafting. It has gone from card making to scrapbooking, to book making to clay crafts to paper jewelry and combinations of the like!