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SCS Product Review :: Impressabilities

Hey there! I'm still not back to my 100% creative mode, so I'm not sharing a video this week. So, I decided to share this card I made a few weeks ago for SCS Product Focus Review of Spellbinders Impressabilities. If you haven't heard of them, they are metal embossing, stencil templates to use in your Wizard, Cuttlebug, Big Shot, etc. I have added a link to all of my reviews (and my teammates) on the left sidebar. Please feel free to take a peek and review each of them.

For this card, I inked my impressabilites with ColorBox chestnut pigment ink, then ran it through my Wizard. It gives a great focal point for any card. I decided not to add a sentiment here, but one can easily be added with a tag around the button.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great Wednesday.

Card Instructions
  1. Trim dark chocolate cardstock to an A2 card.
  2. Trim aqua mist cardstock into a rectangle.
  3. Ink Impressabilities and emboss on aqua mist cardstock.
  4. Distress edges of aqua mist cardstock with chalk.
  5. Tie ribbon into a bow and add button.
  6. Adhere to card front and add buttons.
:: My Goodies {Make an Impression}::
Ink: ColorBox-chestnut + chestnut roan
Cardstocks: Papertrey Ink - dark chocolate + aqua mist
Accessories: Spellbinders-butterfly impressabilities; Papertrey Ink-melon berry ribbon + buttons; Creative Imaginations-button


Ann said...

Very pretty! I love that melon berry color against the chocolate--yummy!

Heather P. said...

This is fabulous!

whoistracy said...

Very cool! I was wondering if these were worthwhile. LOVED looking at your vacation pics, too. Looks like you guys had a great time.

Deanna said...

So pretty Ashley! Love that big flower chocolaty button!

Erica said...

I will definitely be putting the Impressibilities on my "go to" wishlist. I hope they will be coming out with more. BTW, kinda surprised me about Danny too. But I think it'll be easier for Adam to beat out Kris than it would have Danny. Hey, take your time getting back into the swing of things. Checked out your vacation photos. What a lovely couple you and hubby are.

Stamping Cafe said...

This is simply gorgeous, love it!

Annette H. said...

Thank you for sharing your work. You have a unique point of view that I truly appreciate. In fact, before subscribing to you, I had never even heard of papertrey ink---ahhhh! What a great discovery!

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