Category Archives: Versamark

(2020 c109) Winter Trees

Two more versions of stamped and see through laminated card faces. For this first one I created the entire card with the following procedure: I love Jennifer McGuire’s Laminating Stamping Technique. You should click and go watch her video!!!! I stamped on the dull – inside of the laminating sheet with Hero Arts Pigment Unicorn White Ink  using Hero Arts Cathedral of …

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(2020 c107) Home For The Holidays Tag

 I stamped the Sentiment house and trees with HERO ARTS CM282 Home For The Holidays. I drew the snow hill with Tsukineko Versamark Watermark Embossing Pen and then heat embossed with White Ranger Embossing Powder . The top edge was a partial die cut using an outdated set from Spellbinders Nestabilities – Labels 27. The sparkly blue paper is from Michaels …

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(2020 c105) Wise Men Still Seek Him

For my 6 grandkids Christmas 2020 is the year of WISE MEN STILL SEEK HIM. The sentiment was cut with Echo Park Paper Co. EPPDIE862 Wise Men Still Seek Him Die Set.  I stamped the Wise Men and Manger from an old stampset called Inkadinkado 99506 O Holly Night on Vellum with  Versamark Ink  and heat embossed with …

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(2020 c103) JOY Tags Card

Backgound and poinsettia on small tag were stamped with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Gold  Ranger Embossing Powder using CM280 Color Layering Poinsettia by HERO ARTS by using the Misti Stamping Tool . On the small tag I sponged  Hero Arts Pigment Unicorn White Ink  through Tim Holtz Layering Stencil Dot Fade. The large tag was an old bank tag and I …

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(2020 c100) Thanks – Thanksgiving Letterpress

Once again I had fun following Jennifer McGuire’s Die Cut Letterpress Technique video to create the background.  I created the DIY Letterpress by cutting 3 pieces of heavy cardstock with  Kat Scrappiness – Peacock Teardrop Background Cover Die. Instead of the vellum step I covered the top with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with a cheaper brand of clear embossing powder. …

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(2020 c099) Pink Fresh Thank You

The top panel was cut with Pink Fresh Gatsby Die Set  using Kraft and a Peachy metalic cardstock from DCWV Foiled 6X6 Stack . The lower boarder and Sentiment was stamped with Pink Fresh Studio Bloom Stamp Set using Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Carnelian Stampendous Pearluster Embossing Powder.  I did a partial cut to create the border with …

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(2020 c097) Thank You Friend

I created the red layer with Red Pepper Ranger Alcohol Inks & Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink Blending Solution onto Brea Reese Waterproof Sheets to make the background.  Then cut it out with Pink Fresh Geo Star 1. The top layer was Kraft cardstock cut with Pink Fresh Geo Star 2. I placed these onto a piece of baby blue …

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(2020 c096) Slimline Christmas Village

I cut my snowy winter village layers with Hero Arts D1787 Tri-fold Edge Village Fancy Die. The sky was created with Tom Holtz Sizzix Crackle 3D Texture Fades Embossing Folder 664171. I followed Jennifer McGuire Embossing Folder Techniques video to color the sky by inking only the high points of the folder. I framed with …

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(2020 c095) Slimline Thanks

I love my new Kat Scrappiness Wonky Stitched Nesting Slimline Dies that I used for this card. For the background I again had fun following Jennifer McGuire’s Die Cut Letterpress Technique video to create the background.  I created the DIY Letterpress by cutting 3 pieces of heavy cardstock with Kat Scrappiness – Peacock Teardrop Background Cover Die and glued together.  …

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(2020 c094) Hero Arts Birthday Shaker

The flower is from Hero Arts CM259 Peonies . I stamped with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Gold Ranger Embossing Powder and “painted” them with Distress Inks by Ranger . The clear cover was created following Jennifer MdGuire’s Embellished Windows Technique.  (using laminator sheets) Check out her blog post and she has a Great video Tutorial. I had fun following Jennifer McGuire’s Die Cut Letterpress …

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