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All images, papers, inks by Stampin’ Up!

I heat embossed by using Irridescent Ice embossing powder over Craft (pigment) inks. I think the postage edge scissors are by Fiskars. The EP is a clear base with irridescent ultra fine glitter in it–I love the effect and think I’ll have to buy a few more bottles of it so I never run out.

I didn’t have a lot of time; promised to take the kids to dinner–my son won the free throw contest for the kids in his age group! I watched in amazement as my 9 yr. old didn’t miss one free-throw. Naturally, we had to celebrate! Then, I treated the kids to a rarity: the cinema! Now showing: The Pink Panther. Steve Martin just cracks me up–I *love* him!

  1. OK, I think this is the one set I didn’t buy in the Spring Mini. Now you’ve done it Julie! Guess I’ll have to buy it now just so I can CASE these awesome creations! I even own the postage scissors already! :)

  2. So cute! I love quick and easy cards…then you’ll always have one on hand. I never seem to want to give away the cards I really invest time in. I want them in my sample basket! LOL!

  3. Julie, These are awesome cards! I love how you did them! The scissors made such a difference. I *just* bought postage stamp scissors today – now I really want to play with them! Thanks for sharing!

    P.S. I love your blog – very nice!!!

    Have a stamp-happy day!

  4. Wow! These are gorgeous! Looooove the images, and making them so colorful and sparkly makes them even better.

  5. These cards make me really glad I got this set! What a great idea to use craft ink and I. Ice…can’t wait to try it! Thanks for the great idea =)

  6. As always Julie, you have created another “must need”!

    Thanks for sharing your creation!

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