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3.24.2014

Designer Series: On Point Borders video with Emily Leiphart!


Hi, it's Emily here and today I'm showcasing the On Point Borders stamp set. When I use border stamps, I typically use them as accents and this is exactly what I've done here. I used it to stamp a background pattern on to patterned paper.


Then I cut the larger of the Femme Frames dies from crepe paper, scrunching it in the centre and adhering it to the stamped background. I stamped the happy birthday sentiment from Make a Wish directly on to a panel cut from the smaller of the Femme Frames dies.


After adhering the top panel to the crepe paper layer, I die cut some woodgrain stars using the Confetti dies. I added a foil cardstock layer behind those stars to create a shiny shadow. See how it all came together here:



Thanks so much for stopping by!

15 comments:

  1. I love the card you made. Versafine inks do not dry quickly. In the video, you do not mention that, and it looks like that it is okay to touch it after stamping. You might mention the wait time necessary when using pigment inks. Someone using your video as a model might not know that.

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    1. Sharon, Versafine pigment inks are fast-drying as per the manufacturer. I've never had a problem with it smudging, even immediately after stamping.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyb1yhljBM0

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  2. What a pretty card! I love the huge sentiment stamp. I really love how Emily layered the stars....that was a great idea!

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  3. Emily, this is awesome! I might not always leaving comments, but I do enjoy your video. I think your videos are great. I can only imagine the amount of time it takes to do it. Thank you for all the inspirations. xo

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  4. Gorgeous! Love the layers and the stars are a perfect touch.

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  5. What a sweet card! Love the soft colours and the double stars.

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  6. Love this card Emily. All the dimensions of layers. Those layered stars are just Awesome!

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  7. Awesome card. I like how you used the stamp set

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  8. Just lovely! I love the softness of the card, and the touches of color you used.

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  9. Thanks for the hints on how to cut a shorter version of the stitched die. It is always great to have options on how to get more uses out of these.

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  10. Your card is lovely and I appreciate all the info in your video I like learning new tricks thanks!

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  11. Such a beautiful card! I love how Emily paired the stamps and those charming little stars are the perfect touch!

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