If you’ve seen the holiday mini, you’ve seen one of the new products Stampin’ Up! just released – the Letterpress Plates. These plates are made to use with your BigShot and instead of embossing your image by causing the pattern to raise up off your paper, these plates deboss your image – making empressed images that go into your page. Add some craft ink, and you get imprinted colored images to spiff up your project.
At convention this year, Stampin’ Up! unveiled the plates and then offered a special convention bundle of all the letterpress plates at a discount for convention attendees. Yet another awesome benefit of being a demo (see even more benefits here). So, I decided to try them out and after getting my bundle, spent some time this weekend playing with them. So, today, here is the first card I made with the Northern Trim plate for the Stamping 411 sketch challenge.
I’ve also been playing with different types of papers and inks, so check back later this week as I’ll be posting my results and offering tips for what I’ve found from using the plates. Until then, here is the video Stampin’ Up! released to show you more possibilities with these plates.
Oh, P.S. – if you are a demo or become a demo when attending their regional seminar, they have another special bundle just for attendees! Contact me at email@example.com for more info or find out how to be my guest when I go to the Portland Regionals in October.
Kind Thanks Recipe:
Stamps: Thank You Kindly
Ink: Always Artichoke Classic ink, Always Artichoke Craft Ink, Rose Red Craft Ink
Paper: Elegant Soiree DSP, Basic Black CS, Rose Red CS, Confetti White CS, Always Artichoke CS
Accessories: Basic Black Satin ribbon, Scallop edge punch, Basic Rhinestones, Styled Vanilla Hodgepodge Hardware, Modern Label punch, glue dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals