Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

 What a wonderful day today is…it is our son’s birthday. 
SO…
I created a special card just for him using Graphic 45 Cityscapes Collection along with Tombow’s Stamp Runner.
 Apply the Tombow Stamp Runner to the back of your prepared distress card stock. 
Place on card front.
 The nice thing about the Tombow Stamp Runner is that it has a dual function…
You can either use it like you would any other tape runner… 
OR…
 Stand it  the Tombow Stamp Runner up on end, push down and only place a bit of adhesive in a particular space on your project. 
COOL RIGHT!!!
 Stamp background image to top of pattern paper and journal piece with brown ink.
 Cut journal piece into two section, using the Stamp Runner standing on straight up apply adhesive to the corners of each piece and place on card front.
 Distress and ink edges of journal piece. 
Place one piece on top of the other with pop dots.
 Fussy cut, ink edges of stamps from pattern paper. 
Add to front of card with pop dots.
I think the stamps are pretty cool since it has the number 1 and 4, the exact days for my boy birthday!!!
Whoot, Whoot!!!
 Using tiny attacher on border. 
Stamp Happy Birthday with VersaMark on front of card front. 
Emboss with embossing powder.
 I hope you check out the dual Stamp Runner from Tombow. 
I know you will fall in love with it. 
As always thanks for stopping by today. 
Pam
Supplies:
Graphic 45 Cityscapes 8×8 paper pad
Tombow Stamp Runner
Stampendous Say It Today (SSC1190)
VersaMark 
EP208 Ivory Embossing Powder
5 x 6 1/2″ Card Base
Colorbox Chestnut Roan Ink
Distress Tool
Tiny Attacher
Pop Dots
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I’m so happy to be a Tombow Brand Ambassador and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply me with some  fabulous to work with like those that I’m using today.
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