Thursday, May 17, 2018

SSS Sectional Heat Embossing with Simon's New Sending Sunshine Release

Hi everyone!


I'm popping by to share another idea for using Simon's new Bohemian Lace Stamp that just came out as part of their Sending Sunshine Release. In case you missed yesterday's post here's a quick look at the stitched cards I made using this same stamp:



For today's cards I stamped the Bohemian Lace Stamp on Neenah Desert Storm Cardstock with VersaMark Ink. I added different colours of embossing powder to certain areas of the image one at a time (removing it from places I didn't want it with a paint brush) before heating the entire panels. The sentiments from  Simon's new Wreath Greetings and Four Seasons Sayings Stamp Sets were also heat embossed. I used both Simon's Nested Circles Dies and their Luminary Circles Die to get the right sized matting I wanted for the second card. I also finished that one off with some Doodlebug Lily White Sprinkles.



Supplies (with affliate links at no extra cost to you):



Thanks so much for stopping by!
I hope to back soon with some cards featuring the Simon Says Stamp June Card Kit!

Sarah

8 comments:

Jackie Parkins said...

These are gorgeous. I love the stitching and sequins together and the colorful embossing powders are lovely together.

Patt H. said...

Truly beautiful cards, Sarah!!

byAnnette said...

Really like the stitching on your cards!

Torrie said...

Love, love, love your cards!

Lynette @ My Craft Discovery said...

love the stitching you did!

Mary-Anne V said...

Very cool how you used this stamp to create different looks with different products!

Karen @ Misplaced Mojo said...

Yes, yes, and yes!!!! I love how beautiful today's cards came out with different colors of embossing powders! I would love to see this on Fog gray too! So many color combo possibilities!!!

Marianne said...

So hard to imagine that your multi-coloured embossed cards were created using the same stamp as your stitched cards. Such completely different looks, and a great way to stretch your supplies.