Debby's Dare Demo: Make Your Own Embellishment

I'm having a grand time working my way through the book Time to Scrap by Kathy Fesmire.  I created the flowers on my layout with a fun technique of layering your punched (or cut) flower and a transparency.  I've been really inspired to begin to make more of my own embellishments.

I hope you enjoy the how-to video and remember if you have and idea about this type of layering leave a comment and share.

Here's a pattern for your own flower. Just right click and save as to your computer.

The days are counting down.  Friday morning at 8 o'clock am EST the Orange Blog Hop by Fiskateers will begin.  Our theme is "Sharing the Passion for Crafting."  There has always been an incredible amount of craftiness and talent in the Fiskateer Community.  There has always been a generous spirit as well.  Which means you will be inspired and have many opportunities for RAKs ... Random Acts of Kindness (giveaways).  I hope you will join us hopping around the internet starting Friday morning and goes through the whole day Saturday.  The blog hop will start at the Fiskateer Blog.  See ya!

Thanks for all the congratulations yesterday.  We are all very happy.

Gratitude List
1.  strength
2.  Grace
3.  new friends
4.  being loved
5.  God does answer prayer


  1. It's easy to make your own embellies with the Cuttlebug or more handcutting and xacto knife..

  2. Hi Debby! Thank you so much for sharing. I love that idea and plan on using it myself! Hope that your having a wonderful day and please please keep up the good work and bring us more make my day when I get to see something you've created and getting to hear your little giggle! God Bless you!

  3. very cute page.. love the tutorial!

  4. Anonymous10:00 AM

    ooooo very cool. love it.

  5. Great layout and I love your gratitude list today!

  6. Thanks for that fun tutorial, I´ll have to try it soon!

  7. fun!!! and btw...congrats on the news!!!!! hugs, Katrina

  8. I love making my own embellies, but I REALLY love reading your "gratititudes" it has made me stop, think, and be thankful.
    so, thank YOU!

  9. Anonymous2:28 PM

    Love the flower that you made.


  10. Debbie...this is Kathy Fesmire. So glad you like this technique and your page looks awesome!


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