As we were setting up the Clear Scraps booth for CHA, one of the girls had a fantastic idea to get out a Cuttlebug machine and demonstrate how our new Clear Scraps keychain minis can be embossed with the Cuttlebug embossing folders. We opened up the binder ring, removed the mini pages, embossed them, and handed them out to people who visited our booth so they could have a reminder of how very versatile our acrylics are. A lot of people just couldn't believe that our acrylics can be embossed! Pretty cool, isn't it?
Since a lot of people who stopped by to see us now have single embossed mini pages, I thought I would share a project idea for what you can do with them. Of course, there are a zillion and one things you can do with them...so this is only one idea out of many possibilities.
I created a cupcake card that could be used for a variety of occasions. When I made the card I was thinking "wedding" ~ perhaps a bridal shower card or a wedding thank you card. Then it occurred to me that this card is probably even more appropriate for a birthday. I was going to stamp a sentiment on it but then I decided to leave it blank so that I can wait for the next appropriate card-giving occasion before I add the sentiment.The focal point of the card is one of the new clear minis in the cupcake shape. It was embossed using the Cuttlebug "Textile" embossing folder and then decorated with Liquid Pearls and outlined with Zig Painty Pen. The card was made using papers by Basic Grey, Fancy Pants, Creative Imaginations, Daisy D's, and Bazzill.
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Posted by: Amy Solovay