Brick Wall Made An Impression on You!

Stampin Up Brick Wall Embossing Folder Hello Card & Envelope By Mary Fish StampinUp

The Stampin’ Up! Brick Wall Textured Impressions Embossing Folder made quite an “impression” with almost 36% of the vote in my latest Stampin’ Pretty Reader’s Choice Poll!  With that direction from you, I used Brick Wall embossing folder on today’s simple hello card!

readers choice poll resultsThis poll is closed and you can no longer vote.

I LOVE HEARING FROM YOU!  Please leave me a comment HERE if you have questions or comments on today’s Brick Wall hello card.

STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • I cut the brick wall panel on a diagonal and split it to frame the “hello” sentiment.  Each section of “brick” is popped up on Stampin’ Dimensionals for a 3-D look.

Stampin Up Brick Wall Embossing Folder Hello Card By Mary Fish StampinUp

  • Get it before it’s gone!  The “hello” die cut is from Greetings Thinlits Dies and is on the list of Stampin’ Up! retiring tools & accessories here.  I like to use the Big Shot Die Brush to easily remove delicate die cuts like this one.  Watch my video for a quick demonstration.
Greetings Thinlits Dies

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  • Also retiring is the Everyday Chic Designer Series Paper, a classic black and white collection that you can customize with color using markers, a brayer (retiring), blender pen and more.

Stampin Up Everyday Chic Designer Series Paper

  • Bye, Bye Designer Buttons.  The Melon Mambo button (Brights Designer Buttons) makes a bold statement as the butterfly center.  The Brights, Subtles, Regals and Neutrals Designer Buttons are ALL retiring.  Learn more about which tools and accessories are retiring and save up to 50% here.

Stampin Up Brick Wall Embossing Folder Hello Cards By Mary Fish StampinUp

  • Last but not least on the retiring tools & accessories list are my beloved Envelope Liners Framelits Dies.   Envelope liners are one of my favorite ways to use designer series paper for a polished presentation.  The Envelope Liners Framelits Dies are only available while supplies last!

Stampin Up Brick Wall Embossing Folder Hello Card & Envelope By Mary Fish StampinUp Supply List

  • Hover and Pin it!  The photo above shows key products for today’s Brick Wall hello card that you can save or pin to Pinterest.  See ALL my labeled product photos in one spot on my How to Make Simple Cards board on Pinterest.

Stampin Up Retiring Product List

STAMPIN’ UP! RETIRING PRODUCTS &  SALE (UP TO 50% OFF).  Get them before they are gone, gone, GONE!  There are four ways to view what is retiring:




My project supply list. Click products to shop on-line!

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9 Comments:

  1. Great card, Mary. I love the color combo, the layout, especially the striped butterfly and the pink button for a pop of bright color. Have a great day.

  2. Brilliant use of the embossing folder! Love the card!

  3. Thanks for the sweet comments. Makes my day!

  4. Kadie in Arizona

    The Melon Mambo button on the butterfly just MAKES this card!!!!! Love what you created my friend.

  5. Your card is so attractive. Butterflies and buttons are such a great pairing to say hello. The brick embossed wall is the perfect background and can certainly see why it took first place. Great job and thank you for sharing.

  6. These wonderful comments keep me inspired. Thank you!

  7. I’m now retired and bringing out my stamps. Is adding same color ink only way to rejuvenate dry stamp pads. Also my markers are almost dry.

    • Hi Leah: Ink refills are designed for this purpose. I don’t know how long it’s been since you used them. If it has been years, I suggest you purchase new ink pads vs. trying to revive your old pads. I’m not aware of an easy way to reink markers (especially if they are our Stampin’ Write Markers). You may find something on YouTube if you do a search. Glad to have you back stamping and happy retirement! M

  8. This idea of polling, Mary, is a LOT of fun!!! 🙂

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