Thank you for joining us for our Sunday blog hop (of course in Australia this goes live in the early hours of Monday morning, but it is a great start to the working week when we wake up!) There is no theme for this hop, it is for each of us to choose what project we want to share.
For my Facebook live on Sunday morning, I made this card which uses masking and the emboss resist techniques. If you want to watch how I did it, the replay of my Facebook live is below.
If you would like to purchase the products to make this card, click here. This link will take you to the project at my online store that has a list to all the products to make this card so that you can add them to your shopping cart. If you already have some of them, you can just remove them from the cart. Please use the host code on the side of my blog if you order total is under $250.00.
Hop around and see what everyone else was doing over the weekend.Product List
If you live in Australia and don’t have a demonstrator, please feel free to contact me and I will be happy to assist you with your stamping needs. You can also shop from home at my online store. If your order is under $250, please use the host code on the side of this post.
If you are like me and need to have absolutely everything in the catalogue, give some thought to joining my team! It costs $169 to sign up as a demonstrator and you can choose $235 worth of products for your starter kit! Talk to me if you would like more information, or you can sign up now.
Any orders placed by the 15thDecember 2022 will get a tutorial bundle as a thank you. The theme of this month’s tutorial bundle features Gift Packaging Ideas. Here is a sneak peek of the projects in the bundle.
This is the project that I contributed this month:
5 Replies to “Share It Sunday – Masking and heat embossing with Quiet Meadow stamp set”
lovely card Tracy, love a bit of heat embossing and masking x
Beautiful card with one of my favorite techniques! x
Love that card. I will need to watch your video. Looks like it would be fun to make!
Great cards, great techniques!
Love this little blog hop you have here, while I don’t stamp or make cards etc. its nice to see all of you who do connecting and enjoying your hobby together. Merry Christmas. Mel x