Wednesday, 7 July 2010

It's mambo No. 5


Well melon mambo that is, one of the yummy new colours from Stampin' Up! and these three cards show case all of the new colours. Which also include rich razzleberry and soft suede.

On closer inspection you can see I have used a technique called resist stamping. I stamped the image with versamark then used clear embossing powder and heated. Left to dry and then using a sponge dauber dabbed the ink over the image and wiped it clean with a paper towel to reveal the image underneath.

Hope you are having a good week :D

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Tiny tags. Ink: Soft suede, melon mambo,rich razzleberry and versamark. Card stock: Soft suede, melon mambo and rich razzleberry and confetti white. Ribbon: Soft suede, melon mambo and rich razzleberry spotted grosgrain. Other: Clear embossing powder. Tools used: 1" circle punch, eyelet border punch and heat gun.

12 comments:

Ann said...

I don't use resist stamping half enough Emma - these cards are really pretty. A lovely design to CASE!

Need More Time to Craft said...

Emma...loving these cards.

Carole x

Need More Time to Craft said...

Emma...loving these cards.

Carole x

SarahLP said...

Great cards, Emma.. I will be trying this!

Juls said...

wow these are just gorgeous! Hugs Juls

craftycow1970 said...

what a pretty look

Joanne said...

So simple, but so fabulous! I love these cards Emma. What a gorgeous way to showcase the new colours!

Aimes said...

Oooh soft suede, I *need* you! LOL! You just know this colour speaks to me, don't ya?!
How freaky you tried to call as I'm bringin' Dad home! We'll definitely have a chat soon - I need to thank you a million trillion times for my Bday surprises so I hope you've got a lot of time free! LOL!
Hugs,
Aimes
x

Suzie Q said...

Hi Emma,
really pretty cards love your style x
hugs
Suzie qx

Helen said...

These are fabulous!

Lesley said...

I love this technique Emma and you've used it beautifully.

Mary Davidson said...

Great technique and beautiful cards, Emma! TFS!