Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Simply Scored tile Card

 Good day my blog friends
Today video is a quick one on how to make the tile card. One thing that I didn't mention in the video is to try to stamp on both side. Depend on the size or the detail of the image will determine the best side for the tile look. The stamp set that I use for these card are the Mix Bunch in the mini and the Hello and ribbons and brads are FREE with qualified order during sale a bration (only 11 days for sale a bration) so don't miss out place order now before it's to late. The little bow that I made with the skinny ribbon can be view HERE for how to make them. Well this wrap it up for today and till next time Happy Stampin!

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5 comments:

  1. Love this new idea. Can't wait to make a card with this..Thanks so much for sharing...Keep the videos coming..I love them!

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  2. Love this tiled idea. And I always love you videos. Thanks so much.
    txjennywren.blogspot.com

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  3. These came out awesome with that stamp set! I should give it a try, Thanks for all of your tutorials & sharing what you Love!

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  4. I just received my mixed bunch stamp set and was looking for ideas to use it. I was so inspired by your video - such a simple and beautiful card. I took it one step further and heat-embossed the stamped area with clear embossing powder. It gave it a shine that really looks like a decorative tile. Thanks for the card. I can't wait to try the other color combo.

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  5. Love the techniques you are showing. I am new to Stampin' Up & I so appreciate all the 'seasoned' demonstrators showing their skills.

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