Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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

I created my Tiny Runner Cookie Box sharing Technique A from Fran Seiford’s
Techniques from A to Z Book.
featuring the Multicolor with Multiple Color Powders using Technique A.  
 To achieve beautiful heat embossed projects make sure to check out the heat tool by Wagner Tool.
It is made by Milwaukee and is a heavy duty, long lasting, durable heat tool with more power and precision than the kind you can buy in the big box stores.
You can learn how to do this technique on page 10 of Embossing Powder Techniques from A to Z by Fran Seiford, Owner and Founder of Stampendous.

Stampendous/Dreamweavers Design Team
I’m so happy to be a Stampendous Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many free goodies like this …. Stamps, Embossing Powder, Ink, Stamp Blocks, Paper that I’m using today.
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7 thoughts on “Tiny Runner Cookie Box with Stampendous

  1. So pretty! LOVE the adorable House Mouse Image!!! TFS!


  2. So cute! I love the little box you made! I have to admit that I may actually be stumped on this one.


  3. Stampendous says:

    Oh my what a cute cookie box! Love the embossing, thank you for sharing today.


  4. Lea says:

    Oh my goodness but this is just adorable! If you want to put cookies in it and send it my way, I totally won't argue with you! Heeheehee!


  5. Jean says:

    Wow – how adorable!


  6. Jean Bullock says:

    Way cool! I pinned it to my Just Plain Cool board.


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