Welcome to another Monday with Angi! Do you scrapbook? I have never been a traditional scrapbooker (is there such a thing anymore?!), but I have always used pocket pages/page protectors. I love collecting ephemera: tickets, receipts, stories of the every day...anything that tells or represents the story.
|Royal Sterling Embossing Enamel|
|Mossy Glen Embossing Enamel|
|Aged White Embossing Enamel|
Globecraft & Piccolo Embossing Enamels in your favorite colors
Here are the Enamel Powders I used for these cards:
Deep Blue Sky
Enamel Powder Adhesive Fluid
white cardstock cut down to 3x4 (round corners, if you prefer)
Ranger Archival Ink
Misc. Stamps: words, 'washi', flags, etc. (I used various washi and word stamps.)
|Bahama Aqua Embossing Enamel|
|Real Rust Embossing Enamel|
|Temple Stone Embossing Enamel|
Did you like the cards? Which one is your favorite? If you make a card or two, be sure to share it with us on the Globecraft & Piccolo Facebook page!
Stunning Angi!! I love them all!!
Love this idea! Even if you weren't a project lifer these would make great journal cards for traditional scrapping too! :)
we used stamped index cards for my daughter's wedding. the guest left notes for them and dropped them in a suitcase --- I really wish I had known about the deep blue sky powder at that time ------ the blue would have been perfect --- this is an awesome idea.
Love how you used the enamels on the the note cards, nice way to add some wonderful colors and designs.
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