Have you tried our Letterpress paper? Do you like it? Inquiring minds would love to know - ha, ha!
It is simple, quick, easy and cute! So many ideas are constantly flying through my head and yet I have not had the time to get into my studio to share them with you. Even though these ideas can be completed in a short spurt (at least if you go with your original idea ;-D --- more to come on that in a later post, because this idea created another, and then another, and...) life has been racing along at speeds unknown and so today I just took a moment (or two - ha, ha) to create a couple of designs to share with you.
Letterpress doesn't always need ink and I think this simple little number is over-the-top sweet just the way it is!
Begin by cutting out three heart chains from Art Magnetic Masking Material. I used Tissue Tape to attach them to my cutting plate so that they would not move. I then positioned my guide and attached it to the underside of the cutting plate with a piece of tissue tape. This guide ensures that I will position my letterpress paper in just the right spot - I need to create one with black lines so that it is easier for you to see in my pictures.
For a complete refresher on how to create your sandwich when creating Letterpress looks with Art Magnetic Masking Material please review this post.
Then cut out three hearts using the Heart Chain die. Use a pencil to define the second heart edge on the back side and snip it with your detail scissors to create this cute little pair.
Awww - a feeling of satisfaction - idea shared :-D