Wrapping this up while I have a little time tonight. Here's the rest of my projects.
Sending You. Also uses Label Basics and Gingham. I used the dies to create a mask, which I stamped over with the background stamp. All one piece. Very happy with the look.
Modern Basics. I was fooling around with the stamps one night and just like that, I had a design I could use on a card. I wasn't even trying. So easy. When I restamped on some decent paper, I added some glitter for some fun. LOVE this set and all the possibilities. Matt is always asking me for thank you and birthday cards. This is going to be the set I use for those. Not too girly and fussy. Or at least, if you don't want it to be.
Flower Fusion #2 + Vineyard Impression Plate. OK. Big discovery. Create your sandwich for the impressing as usual, but place a label die (the new Rectangle Label Collection used here) with the cutting side facing into the paper (not into the impression plate because it will screw it up!). Run it through. Presto chango, you have an embossed frame. I felt very smart that night.
And of course, it got me thinking. Would that technique work on other dies? Here's the Tag It #2 set with the Tag Sale #3 die. The answer is a resounding yes! Awesome.
Lastly, Ribbon Tails and Background Basics: Twinkle. Another one that came together so easily. All about that Turning a New Leaf die for me.
Other than that, if you missed it, I had a busy week outside of the release. Here's a new Make It Monday Video and a new Papertrey Radio broadcast. I think I might need a vacation this week:).