Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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

Hi Everyone!!!
Are you ready to  see some new products from ColorBox!!!
Eileen Hull is releasing Blends and they are fabulous!!!
So easy to use and store!!!
Begin by die cutting two of the Embroidery Hoops using pattern paper. 

Emboss the center of the part of the embroidery hoop using the Honeycomb Embossing Folder. 
Cut a strip of pattern paper and emboss with the Daisy Wreath Embossing Folder. 

Apply Color Blends Nutmeg over embossed paper. 
Distress pattern paper, ink edges with Blends Nutmeg. 
Adhere to top of card base. 

Add prepared embroidery hoop and embossed center to front of card. 
Wrap twine around top of hoop.
Add metal “Wander” to twine. 

Die cut banners from the Banners & Pennant Die. 
Distress and ink edges.
Adhere to top of card. 
Along with small chipboard button. 

Add journal image to pattern paper. 
Add to top of card front with pop dots. 

Add embossed strip and border to front of card. 
Stamp “Hi!” to journal tag. 
Adhere to front of card. 

 Add bow. 

Emboss pattern paper with Honeycomb Embossing Folder. 
Adhere to inside of card. 

Add pattern paper, border strip and journal piece to form pocket inside of card. 

 Add small pattern flags to inside of card. 
Add tags to inside of pocket. 
I hope I have inspired you to get out your Sizzix embossing folders and dies to create some pretty cards!!!
Thanks so much for stopping by today. 
Hugs Pam
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4 thoughts on “Hi!!! with Eileen Hull and ColorBox Color Blends

  1. Michele says:

    gorgeous! so much variety and so many textures. beautifully done. xo


  2. eileen hull says:

    Pam this is so full of great techniques! Very nice tutorial too!


  3. eileen hull says:

    Pam this is so full of great techniques! Very nice tutorial too!


  4. Jean Bullock says:

    This is remarkable. The colors, the layers, the embellishment. Just fabulous.


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