Stampin’Up Club night

We had another Stampin’Up Club get together tonight. So much fun… The Francine sat side by side …. what more can I say….! 🙂

These are the projects that I made:

A scrapbook page, using Dry embossing and a card with the Black Magic technique.

Here is the scrapbook page…..

All the supplies are Stampin’up except for the embossing folder, which was Cuttlebug (Just because I am re-organizing my craft room and I couldn’t find the Stampin’Up Elegant Bouquet embossing folder that I wanted to use).

Here are the supplies and dimensions:

Stamp sets:
Cling With all my Heart (Occasions cat #118623)
Sizzix dies:
Embossing folder Elegant Bouquet #115964 (used Cuttlebug leaves pattern)
Papers and Cardstocks:
Patterned paper: Razzleberry Lemonade #115675 (1.5 x 8” and 1 x 8”)
Cardstock: Rich Razzleberry (1 ½ x 8 and photo mat 4 ¼ x 6 ¼)
Melon Mambo (6 x 8 and scrap for flower and text)
and Whisper White (scrap for flowers)
Inks: Rich Razzleberry 115658
Punches: Extra Large Fancy Flower #118073
Pinking Hearts Border #117649
#116630 Modern Label
Glue: Stampin’ Dimensionals #104430 and snail adhesive (104332)
Ribbon: Rich Razzleberry polka dots gros grain #115613,000000000
Brads: Fire circle brads #109110
Acrylic blocs (Occasions mini catalog)
Big Shot Machine

Here is the card, with the Black Magic Technique. I found the idea for this card on Karen Barber’s blog here:

Loved this technique – it gives beautiful results and is quite easy to do.

All the supplies are Stampin’Up, except for the Prismacolor crayons that I used.


Stamp sets: Upsy Daisy #111710
Papers and Cardstocks:
Cardstock: Pretty in Pink CS for card base (5 ½ x 8 ½”, scored at 4 ¼”),
Basic black CS for stamping (3 x 4”)
Rich Razzleberry CS (3 ¼ x 4 ¼)
Melon Mambo CS (1 ¾” x 5 ½”)
Ink: Whisper White Craft ink, White embossing powder
Prismacolor crayons: mauve 956 & 970, pinks ? & 971, green 912 & 908
White Signo pen: #105021
Ribbon: Rich Razzleberry polka dots gros grain: 115613 (16 ½”)
Glue: 2 way pen and snail adhesive 104332 Punches: Scallop border punch (free SAB item),
Heat gun


It is best to work with dark cardstock, but I have also seen it done on white or acrylic, as long as you keep the contrast in your coloring, it is pretty!
It is also best to work with solid images to have a surface to colour on with the Prismacolor crayons.
1. Stamp your image in White Craft ink.
2. Heat well with the heat gun to dry.
3. Colour your image with Prismacolour crayons, starting with the palest colour as a background. Cover the white completely.
4. Come back with the darker colour to shade and create contrast. Make sure you leave lots of pale. It is the look of the contrast between the 2 colours that creates the “Magic”.
5. Accent the colored image with a little bit of white with a Signo marker.

Thanks for visiting my blog. If you are interested in ordering any of the Stampin’Up products or joining one of my Clubs, please email me at

Merci de votre visite. Si vous êtes intéressée à commander des produits Stampin’Up ou à vous joindre à un des mes Clubs, ou si vous désirez les détails en français, n’hésitez pas à communiquer avec moi par courriel (


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