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Asian Lawn Fawn Card

Sunday, May 5th, 2019

Hi Peeps! Dawn here from the little mennonite blog with a new alcohol ink technique for you!


Die cut a stitched rectangle out of Yupo Paper. Add an alcohol ink rainbow and let dry. Dry emboss with an Darice Embossing Folder. Sand raised areas for added dimension and interest. Adhere to an A2 card front.

Stamp out Lawn Fawn images. Colour Lawn Fawn unicorn from the Say What? Christmas Critters stamp set with an alcohol based marker. Stamp pink bubble heart with Hero Arts Bubblegum Pink Ink.

Die cut stars and hearts from Lawn Fawn’s Say What Gift Tags also die cut a Lawn Fawn Fancy Wavy Banner and stamp the word “smile” on the banner end from Lawn Fawn’s Year Three stamp set.

Assemble card as shown popping up the sentiment and critters with foam tape.

Please note that this alcohol ink panel was a complete failure until I embossed and sanded it… keep those “failures” they may be anything but.

NEW Sizzix Textured Impressions Embossing Folders

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

We have just received a new shipment of Sizzix Textured Impressions embossing folders at Scrap ‘n Stamp and we just had to send out a quick  news blast to let you know about them. Most of them have a Christmas theme but there is one birthday set – very cute.

Just click on the picture or link to check them out in our store….656973 – Snowflake & Flourish Set

Set of two A2 folders that emboss a full 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ area.

657139 – Holly Swirls & Sheet Music Set

The picture of the holly folder that came from Sizzix doesn’t show the swirls that connect the holly leaves but there are actually swirls connecting the leaves for a more overall design. This set also includes two folders that emboss a full 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ image. The music folder is great because it has a different orientation than other music embossing folders.

656976 – Christmas Stocking Set

This is so cute! I love all the little stockings and the numbers make a great background for cards or on scrapbook pages.

These two folders emboss a full 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ image.

656987 – Birthday Set #5

This set of 3 folders includes one large folder that embosses an image 6 1/4″ x 4 1/4″ and 2 medium folders that emboss a 6 1/4″ x 2″ strip. Don’t you love all the party hats?

656988 – Peace Poinsettia Set

Another set of 3 folders with a beautiful poinsettia border on the larger folder and simple sentiment & border images.

656984 – Starry Night Set

This set has four folders. One large, one medium & two small. Other than the Christmas sentiment I think you could use all the other images any time of year which makes this a very versatile set.

656985 – Sending Christmas Love Set

These set of 5 includes one large folder and four small ones. Whimsical & fun images.

657137 – Botanicals & Beaded Ribbons

This is a very versatile set that can be used year round. The embossing folders give you a full 4 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ image.

And, last but not least…

656986 – Season’s Greetings Set

Set of 3 folders – one large and two border folders with contemporary designs.

These folders will all work in the Big Shot, Vagabond or Cuttlebug die cutting and embossing machines and can emboss cardstock, paper, thin metal sheets and vellum.

Just Arrived! New Sizzix Textured Impressions Embossing Folders from Basic Grey.

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Wow. These new embossing folders from Sizzix that were designed by Basic Grey are absolutely gorgeous! We have been anxiously waiting for them to arrive and they finally arrived yesterday. Yippee!!

The embossed images were inspired by their Eskimo Kisses paper collection and we still have some of the 6″ x 6″ paper pads left if  you want to coordinate everything.

There are eight (8) new sets and each set includes two (2) A2 embossing folders that are slightly larger (4 1/2″ x 5 3/4″) than the Cuttlebug A2 embossing folders so that your embossed design is actually 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ – the exact size of an A2 card. Definitely a plus when you are embossing the actual card front and want the design to go right to the edge. Some of the designs are definitely just for Christmas but others will work anytime. Let me show you….


This set is called Christmas & Thin Ice. Both of these backgrounds will work beautifully on all kinds of holiday projects – cards, gift tags, scrapbook pages, decorative boxes….the possibilities are endless! I love the contemporary script text.


Called Dearly & Frost this set includes one folder that is definitely more of a winter/holiday theme but the other (Frost) could be used anytime.


I think this set, called Diamonds & Snow Cap is terrific. It could be used for so many different types of projects and definitely doesn’t scream Christmas. Very versatile.


Here’s another set, Evergreen & Snow Flowers that has one folder that is very wintery and the other that could be used for any occasion.


Called Peppermint Twists & Scallops this set is so cute. I think you could use these backgrounds on holiday projects as well as birthday cards, gift tags, party favours and lots more.


Plaid & Snowflakes is the name of this set and I think both of these folders are awesome. You can never have too many snowflakes for your holiday projects and the plaid is just a great all around texture that I’m sure you would use again and again.


Called Powdered Sugar & Snow Globe this is definitely one of those sets that works for the holidays but you could also use the folder on the left for all kinds of other occasions. You could even cut the embossed design into strips and just use part of the image.  The holly and berries will definitely be a favourite for Christmas projects.


And last but not least is the Sugar & Starry Night set. Both of these designs are very versatile and could be used throughout the year.

So, don’t let the names of some of these folders fool you – they aren’t just for Christmas or the holidays. They are folders that I’m sure you would find yourself using over and over again.

We have lots of new products arriving right now so be sure to check out What’s New to see all the latest.

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