Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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

 Thanks so much for stopping by today. 
During this last few weeks of sorrow for our nation and then the celebration of the July 4th I decided to create a “Love You” Card.
We need to always show love to our brothers and sisters of our great nation. 
 I am using Teresa Collins products from Clearsnap along with Teresa’s dies and embossing folder from Craftwell.
 I began my “Love You” Card by first applying the ColorBox Feisty Red from Clearsnap to the top of the Honeycomb embossing folder.
 Place cream card stock on Honeycomb Embossing Folder and close.
Using Cut N Boss, two “A” plates and “D” platform, emboss card stock.
 Remove embossed paper ….
Distress edges and adhere to card front that has been prepared with pattern paper and card stock.
 Die cut “Love” using the Cut N’ Boss, two “A” plates, metal plate, shim and “D” platform.
 Stamp World Stamp from Clearsnap using Feisty Red Ink.
Apply Clear Embossing Powder to the top. 
Heat emboss. 
Using blending tool apply distress ink. 
Die cut doily, border and “LOVE” from pattern using Cut N’ Boss, two “A” plates, metal plate, shim and “D” platform.
 Adhere second “Love” die cut to top of first.
 Adhere “LOVE” letters to frame.
 Adhere embossed World image behind frame. 
 Mat to black card stock. 
Place on card front with pop dots.
 Add gemstones.
 Make a pretty bow and attach it to your card front with along with flowers.
 Die cut “YOU” using Cut N’ boss, two “A” plates, metal plate, shim and “D” platform. 
Adhere to bottom of card front.
 Adhere pattern paper to inside of card along with border strip and die cut border. 
I hope you have enjoyed my “Love You” Card using 
the World Stamp and Feisty Red Ink from Clearsnap.  
Thanks for stopping by the Craftwell Blog today. 
Pam 
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