Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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

 
Woot!!! Woot!!!
Happy Friday!!!
Have you been inspired this week by the Stampendous Design Team!!!
I hope so….
Are you ready to see what you create using shoe stamps and stencils!!!
I began my birthday card by first mixing paint with embossing paste. 
Place stencil on white paper, 
apply embossing paste mix to top of stencil with palette knife. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Layer card stock and pattern paper to top of card front. 
  Punch border strip with card stock. 
Adhere to card front. 
Cut prepared embossed paper, mat. 
Adhere to card front. 
Stamp image on white paper with black ink. 
Color image with markers. 
Die cut out. 
Mat with card stock and pattern paper. 
Place on card front with pop dots. 
Stamp sentiment on card front with VersaMark with embossing powder. 
Add bow and gemstones. 
Make sure to check all the projects this week on the Stampendous Blog along with today’s projects.
Thanks for stopping by today.
Hugs Pam

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4 thoughts on “Getting My Red Shoes On with Stampendous

  1. What a magnificent combination of patterns and texture!! Your red shoe is lovely!! TFs!

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  2. Dee says:

    i love red shoes- especially yours1

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  3. Stampendous says:

    WOOT-who! Those red shoes are so pretty. Fantastic card, Pam. Thank you for sharing this week.

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  4. Salnclts says:

    I love the bow and all the layering!

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