I titled this as such because I have trouble heat embossing. Is that goofy or what?!! Anyway, I embossed the bottom image about 5 times, the top 2 or 3. This creation slowly drove me out of my mind. I insisted on using both images since I went to so much trouble. So there you have it a double decker card or a tall and skinny. I'm just glad it's finally done.
Date: Tuesday, January 28, 2014 GMT Views: 978
Registered: May 10, 2006 Location: Westminster, CO Posts: 22948
Tue, Jan 28, 2014 @ 11:08 AM
Well, I believe it turned out beautifully! I especially love the butterfly and how you inked up the stamp.
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Love your double decker masterpiece. You may have struggled but the end result is wonderful.
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That's a doozy of a double decker! I love it! The way you applied your colors is so pretty and I love the paper piercing. I have trouble heat embossing too! It's the oldest thing in the book, but sometimes I still can't get it right. Your card is really pretty and summery. Makes me smile and think it will be here before we know it! tfs
Registered: November 19, 2004 Location: Aurora, IL Posts: 7024
Tue, Jan 28, 2014 @ 2:15 PM
well worth the aggravation, because it is just beautiful.
not sure how old your EP is, but i know that i had a lot of trouble with some recently and i never had before. i decided that since my inkpad was still plenty juicy, it was likely that (eventually) EP may go bad. so i replaced it and have had no issues since.