In June 2019 I am celebrating being a consultant for 20 years! I find a great satisfaction in giving people quality tools to help them preserve memories in scrapbooks to last a lifetime and to create beautiful gifts and greeting cards. See my monthly projects planned for my Heart Art classes in my posts or contact me for a group project to meet your interests by email firstname.lastname@example.org . I live in Grove, OK!
One of the newest additions to our Close To My Heart product line are the embossing folders. I LOVE them! I used them several different ways here and it was so much fun!
Just couldn't resist adding this fourth card inspired by something a downline posted on Facebook. Love it! The wall hanging has sections using the Z1927 Damask folder with White Daisy- clean and simple.
For the Japanese Blossom card (A1155) I used the Ivy Lane purple cardstock with the Damask folder and sanded it to create a dimensional frame. This card was inspired by consultant Kathy Moody.
The card in the lower left was made with the Z1926 Quatrefoil folder on 1/2 of a card base from our Value Pack . I then trimmed away part of the design for a lacy border.
On the lower right I took Cricut flowers and embossed them with Z1924 Dot. The flowers are
Creme Brulee inked with Goldrush to emphasize the dots.
I have a feeling I've only just begun the fun with our new embossing folders. You can look for them to show up in future Heart Art classes!