Embossing Paste Rewind



Hi Everyone,

Well I am so thankful for the cooler weather here in the Northwest to hopefully help firefighters battle the overwhelming fires that are happening. My prayers continue for them and all who are struggling severe weather. Please take some time to pray for everyone. Take that minute with me.

I recently blogged about an embossing paste class that I hosted. I had two nights. The second night recently finished, and I wanted to share a couple of alternate things that my friend Jessica did. She already has many masks (stencils) from Stampin' Up! and other companies, so she decided to bring those along. I wanted to share how she did a couple of the projects using her masks.

Our main focus is from the stamp set Window Shopping.
My sample uses the diamond mask and Jessica used
a dotted mask that is retired.

Jessica also used the Happy Birthday stamp and
a bit of retired washi tape. It looks great!

My original designed card used the medallion mask. Jessica
decided to use the stars and moon stencil with Spooky
Cats.

If you've been with Stampin' Up!
for years, you might remember the
stencil with the moon and stars.
I loved the edging for clouds.
The Embossing Paste continues to be a really fun medium for me. I really love all the different techniques you can do. If you haven't gotten any yet, you will want to. There are many tutorial videos out there too. I think fall is the most exciting time of year for crafting. Stampin' Up! also wants to put the joy of crafting to you. 


I love that hostesses have an opportunity to earn this wonderful Merry Patterns Stamp set. It's a beautiful photopolymer set perfect for the holidays. This promotion runs through October, so just ask me how to earn yours. 

If you are in need of any products or want to place an order be sure to use my September Hostess Code #9AZ772PW for your chance to win hostess rewards. A minimum $25.00 qualifies you. Please do not mark "No Contact" when you order. I won't be able to contact you if you win the September Hostess. 

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Happy Stampin'
Mary Blocher
The Power Huff Stamper






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