7/31 Sanded Manhattan Rose

My July workshops and at least one of my August workshops featured the quick and easy cards that you see above. All I did was run some Subtles Patterns DSP through the Big Shot with the Manhattan Rose Impressions folder. My customers used the SU Sanding Blocks to bring the flower out of the patterned background. It's such a "wow" for everyone!

But . . . sometimes . . . the sample card that you put out on the workshop table goes kerplunk and lands on an ink pad! I know that some demonstrators put their samples into clear sleeves, but I hate to do that since most of my cards have finished inside panels. I find it fun to figure out how to fix them! Sometimes it involves taking off a layer or re-stamping an image . . . but this little oopsie was easy . . . all I did was add a photo corner punch!

Supplies I used for these great workshop cards:

Stamps: Great Friend
Paper: Concord Crush, Baja Breeze, Early Espresso, Rose Red, Blushing Bride
Ink: Rose Red, Perfect Plum
Tools: 1 3/8" Circle Punch, 1 1/4" Circle Punch, Big Shot Machine, Manhattan Rose Impressions Folder, Photo Corner Punch
Accessories: Concord Crush and Blushing Bride 1/2" Stitched Poly Ribbon
Adhesives: Tombow Multi Purpose Adhesive, Stampin' Dimensionals

Kay Kalthoff - Stampin'Up Demonstrator in Lino Lakes, Minnesota

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And ... I'm sure you stayed calm when the "oopsie" happened! This idea is FANTASTIC ... and I am soooo bookmarking this one to try at stamp club! Hugs Andrea xxx