Hi Everybody:

This week is a special week as we bring you Digital fusion with digital scrapbooking kit and your [tag]stamping[/tag]… for a fresh fun and unique look.. You can download the digital scrapbooking kit here at http://mphoinix.blogspot.com for free :)

Julie Masse is a talented Artist that is comfortable with digital scrapbooking, stamping and traditional scrapbooking to create fun, elegant cards..Altered Art, Scrapbooking

Please take a moment to visit Julie ‘s blog here and leave her a comment..

Here’s a short bio of Julie:

I am a SAHM Mom of 4 in Southern Maine. I am also a Stampin’ Up! independent demonstrator. I love my family and I love stampin!

When we Invited Julie to create using the digital kit and stamping, we were astound at the beautiful creations she sent us, and you know what the best part is, they are so elegant and easy to make..

Here’s Julie’s wonderful step by step tutorial.

Daisy Card Tutorial

Maggie asked me to do a short tutorial using these beautiful digi papers.  Using digital papers and other digital elements is very simple and open up many possibilities for to you as a stamper!  There are many, many sites out there that sell digital elements or that have them as free downloads.  All you need is the printer!!

So, the first step was to download the papers, by clicking on the link my computer basically did the rest.  I opened them up in Photoshop (there are many other photo editing software programs that would work) and printed them each out using my printers “Best” setting.

Step 1:  For this card I decided to keep it simple to show how pretty the paper is and how quickly you can pull a card together.  I stamped my image (in this case a floral image from Stampin’ Up!) using Burnt Umber Palette ink directly on the digital paper (for this one I used Wildflowers).  I also stamped the sentiment directly on the paper using Potter’s Clay (Memento) ink.

Step 2:  I cut out and embossed my image using rectangle Nestabilities and my Cuttlebug.


Step 3:  I added a scalloped rectangle cut from Wildberries paper behind the main image and a strip of Wildcorn paper down the left side of my card with a piece of pretty ribbon tied around it.



Step 4:  To give a little interest and draw the eye to the main image I added some paper piercing between each scallop.


I love that by using this great little kit of digital papers, everything coordinates and is easily pulled together!

Voila very elegant card using stamping and digital kit..

Here’s another beautiful card from Julie!

Enjoy and don’t forget to visit Julie :)

Maggie

By maggie Lamarre




Comments

2 Comments so far

  1. Tammy on September 16, 2008 7:53 am

    I just love all the cards you show on your blog and I have got to try some of them.

  2. Stampy on September 17, 2008 9:25 am

    Cool web site. Great Stampy articles!

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