Archive for April 15th, 2015

Spine Expanders for My Legacy™ Post-Bound Albums

Close To My Heart’s My Legacy™ post-bound albums have great features, including a nice, finished look for your cherished memories.  To top off that look, try using spine expanders between layouts.  Curious as to how they work?  Take a look at how to assemble your post-bound albums using this nifty product.

Featured products:
Z4120 12 x 12 Spine Expanders
Z2093 12 x 12 My Legacy Post-Bound Ruby Floral Album
Z1983 12 x 12 My Legacy Post-Bound Slate Circles Album
Z2094 12 x 12 My Legacy Post-Bound Black Album
Z1968 Memory Protectors Side Load
4110 Memory Protectors Top Load

CTMH Technique Blog Hop – Embossing is Back

 

11038090_10152807533067934_701388854599683936_nWelcome to this month’s CTMH Technique Blog Hop.  If you have already started the hop, you should be coming from Sheila Bennett.

Graduation Card by Wendy KesslerSupplies used are all Close to My Heart: Diploma Day Stamp Set, Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge, Cardstock (White Daisy & Cranberry), Paper Fundamentals Basic Assortment, Versamark Ink, Silver Embossing Powder, Archival Black Ink, and Silver Shimmer Trim.

I have been itching to use this stamp set since I got it and I absolutely LOVE it!  I also bought a pack of 4×4 envelopes not realizing they weren’t standard size so I combined these two need-to-use-items to create this graduation card.  The embossing works very well with this stamp and why not combine this technique with the Paper Fundamentals (which are embossed cardstock sheets).  I cut two cards in White Daisy (p.53 in the Art Philosophy booklet) then one additional card in the Black Embossed paper and cut this in half (one for each card front).  Red and black are the school colors here so I added a thin strip of red border.  You can use your own school colors or keep it neutral.  My daughter said they are cute and has informed me that I need to make a lot more.  I guess I can say that I will get my moneys worth out of this stamp set!!

Now hop on over to Haley Dyer!