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I have spent today cleaning out my crafts and organizing my stamps. I came across this stamp of the girl with the heart shaped hands. I love her and totally forgot I had her.  So I just had to make another emboss resist card.

This is so easy I just stamped my images and heat embossed them with white embossing powder. I heat set them then go out my distress inks and coloured away.  I trimmed the card down and added it to a white card base and trimmed it with some sequins.

How easy is that? Ok now I need to get back to my cleaning until I find another stamp I forgot I had.

Have a great day thanks for stopping by.

Mandi xox

Stamps - Unity Stamp Company, Strength & Dignity KOTM. Serenity Fashionista. 
Inks - VersaMark, Distress Ink Peacock Feathers & Salty Ocean
Other - Wow White Embossing Powder.  Sequins

 Craft Stamper - Take It, Make It


  1. Stunning card! Love those sequins! Thank you for playing with us at Craft Stamper challenge!

  2. Beautiful, she is a gorgeous stamp, thanks for joining in with the Take It make It Challenge, Elizabeth xxx

  3. Gorgeous!! Love the stamped image. Thanks for joining in with the Craft Stamper TIMI challenge .... good luck! Linda xx

  4. Oh yes she sure is a beauty...loooving your work Mandi! So happy you joined us over at the Craft Stamper TIMI challenge :-);-)

  5. Very lovely card. Thanks so much for joining us at the Take It Make It Challenge.

  6. that is easy!! I ordered that set and am waiting for it to arrive!! can't wait to use it


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