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Friday, April 8, 2016

Pretty Petals

I just got this new patterned paper this week and I love it!!!! Stampin' Up! calls its patterned paper, Designer Series Paper, or DSP for short. Why? cause each set is double side with coordinating prints and colors, and it is thicker than most other brands. This pattern is called "Pretty Petals" and coordinates perfectly with the Wild About Flowers stamp set.

Now, you wanna hear a tip for glueng thinlits that's the coolest thing since sliced bread?? Once simple thing makes gluing those gorgeous, but pesky thinlits... Glad Press N' Seal.  Simply lay a piece down with the sticky side up. Then place your thinlit on top back side up. Use the Fine Tip Glue Pen to apply small dots of glue on several places of the framelit shape. Turn your Press N' Seal over on top of the card and  place it straight down without smearing. Easy Peasy. No smears of glue leaking out the edges to mess up your gorgeous card.



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1 comment:

  1. Hmmmm. . I have Press & Seal in my cabinet. I think I need you to make a full tutorial on how to do this technique. I'm a visual person. Love the card and colors you used.

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