Monday, September 22, 2014

Looks like butter, but it's not!


 Happy first day of autumn!


This weeks MIM Video is by : Danielle I have to say I was impressed with the outcome, no pun intended! :)  Fun video, Thanks!


 It reminds me of a butter press or embosser I have. 
I wish you could see this in person. I left the card alone because I thought the embossed image was all you needed to look at. 


 I have to go watch the football game. You will have to go watch the video to see how I did this. 

Have a blessed week!

Autumn Hills Stamp Set


28 comments:

  1. Oh wow! You made a fabulous card with this technique! I definitely want to give this a try...
    My only thought to this is..."What will my friends say (especially those that don't make cards) ...
    when I tell them I made my card using tp? smile.

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  2. GLORIOUS Marybeth! You picked a terrific image for the technique, love this!!I Can't wait to give this a try!!!

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  3. Wow, great effect! Love the outcome!
    Bye,

    Marjolein

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  4. So awesome!! Love the images you chose!

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  5. So pretty! I love the diecut to frame your paper casting.

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  6. Marybeth!!! This is amazing - thanks for sharing the link for Danielle's blog-post. I'm running now to try it, too!
    =] Michele

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  7. Beautiful card Marybeth! I love the simplicity of this...well done! :0)

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  8. Marybeth - this is drop.dead.gorgeous! I love how you mounted it within an oval on your card! I kept trying to figure out how to disguise the edges of mine, which were a bit warped. Genius!

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  9. Only YOU can make toilet paper look elegant!
    Great job, lady, outstanding disguise of you know what!

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  10. What a great embossing, Marybeth! I hadn't watched the video yet. I need to go take a look. Glad you left it white. So elegant!

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  11. What a stunning and beautiful card Marybeth. This is amazing and I can not wait to watch the video now. I do agree with you about leaving your card blank, your image really shines.

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  12. OH Marybeth that turned out SO neat!! What a beautiful card it made! I watched the video on Monday and thought it looked like a lot of fun and I really want to try this too!

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  13. This looks like so much fun Marybeth! Reminds me of playing with playdoh! You chose the perfect stamps to try this technique and I love the white on white.

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  14. LOVE this, Marybeth! You've inspired me to do one all white!

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  15. You crack me up...
    and it does look like butter...
    do you have colored tissue paper in CA?
    Charmin only comes in white around here but I remember when I was younger you could get it in pink, blue, yellow...
    I kind'a miss those days!
    But love this simple beauty...
    and would love to see your butter press too! :)

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  16. Your 'butter' creation is very impressive. Love your simply elegant card, Marybeth.

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  17. Marybeth, this technique makes a stunning card...your whit eon white is so attractive!

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  18. Just beautiful Marybeth! I like your choice of displaying behind a cutout cover piece. I did a bunch if the paper casting but have not turned them into cards or tags yet, just wasn't quite sure how to proceed; I think I will try keeping hem pretty CAS, as you did here. It is very effective and so striking!

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  19. This is beautiful!!! I'm so glad you let this gorgeous focal point shine!

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  20. Oh, Marybeth, I love how this turned out! You picked a great stamp. Wonderful way to showcase it, in the oval frame--just beautiful!

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  21. So cool! I think I need to try this!!

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  22. This is so pretty Marybeth! I have just tried this technique today and I'm waiting for the paper to dry : ) Beautiful! I especially like the stamps you selected.

    Patti

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