One of the more popular items at last week’s Open House was the set of Hometown Greetings Edgelits. There are three different streetscapes within this set, which allows so many possibilities for adding them to cards and other projects. When combined with the Hearts Come Home stamp set, the possibilities are endless. The best part? You can purchase the Hearts Come Home bundle, and save 10% on both!
These cards have been CASE’d from Pinterest, where Susanne Kiehn’s original samples can be found. The darker card stock bases really makes the streetscapes and white embossing pop off of the card.
I have had clients and demonstrators ask whether these dies are fiddly to use, and I can honestly say that they’re not. When working with them, I didn’t have any issues getting the paper/pieces out of the die. Just check the back before you pull the paper out to ensure that everything has cut through – if not, run it back through again. FYI… there are enough die cut bits that they will make a bit of a mess, but just run a vacuum around and you’re good.
Did you notice that the hills are moving in opposite directions on the cards? One of the dies has been used on both cards, but the second die-cut on each card is different, allowing me to create a different look with little to no effort.
As I mentioned above, you can 10% when you purchase the Hearts Come Home Bundle which contains both the stamps and Edgelits. Why not place your order online? If it’s over $50, with the Host Code 3QG96C23 added, I will send you 10 complimentary Project Helper Guides at the end of the month. Details can be found HERE.
Shop Online 24/7 to have your order shipped directly to you, and remember that you must add the Host Code to receive your Guides – unless your order is over $200. If it is, don’t add the Host Code – just add the Stampin’ Rewards to your card and I’ll make sure you receive the Project Helper Guides.
So, what did I use?
Over the years I have become better at combining and experimenting with colour. It all…