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Hi Everyone,

It's an exciting time with the release of the new 2017 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog running through December 31st. What's more fun is that it's time for Blogging Friends Blog Hop, so you can hop to many other demonstrators sharing projects they created using the Holiday Catalog products. The projects I'm sharing a couple of projects I created for an embossing paste class I am holding. Enjoy your time hopping along to everyone's blog.

Spooky Cat Bundle with Embossed Embossing Paste.




Santa's Sleigh and a tree with Dazzling Diamonds and
the tree framelit and Embossing Paste. Then die-cut.


A very cool affect.
I really had a bunch of fun with these techniques using Embossing Paste. When you do the powder embossing with it, be sure to put the embossing powder on right away. The paste dries quickly, so you'll want to do that. Also, the embossing paste will bubble up when heated. That's the water content bubbling. It dries great and shiny.


It's finally time to enjoy the great things the Stampin' Up! holiday catalog has to offer. There are wonderful stamp sets and accessories just in time for your holiday needs. Stamping Up! is also launching a new Host Promotion. You can earn a wonderful set, not found in any catalog, for having a qualifying $300.00 party. The Merry Patterns free set can be earned September 1st-October 31st. 




I know that the other Blogging Friends have great projects to share with you, so be sure to check them all out. Be sure to leave a comment and share. I love to chat. 

Happy Hopping,
Mary Blocher
The Power Huff Stamper




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