Okay, I admit it, I’ve gone crazy over the Corrugated embossing folder. I may tire of it someday, but right now, I can’t stop using it! You get so much texture without even trying.

By Su Mohr for GDP152; Click READ to go to my blog for details! Featuring: First Frost, Corrugated embossing folder, Stampin' Up! #firstfrost #corrugated #birthdaycards #stampinup #handmadecards #cardchallenges #statis #flowers #purpleoncards

Corrugated First Frost

My Whisper White piece of corrugated paper was the beginning of today’s project. I wanted to combine it with two shades of purple for this week’s Global Design Project challenge, which was to CASE the designer, Janneke De Jong.

I layered the Whisper White corrugated piece on Gorgeous Grape cardstock for some nice contrast. Since I often have even borders, I liked the change of having just a top and bottom border. Was this a happy accident? Yep!

TIP: The Corrugated embossing folder “shrinks” the paper, so take this into account when planning your borders.


The sentiment, “Wishing you all the best,” is from the First Frost stamp set, stamped in Highland Heather ink. I used a Frosted Bouquet die for cutting the Whisper White label, and the Gorgeous Grape frame.


More Gorgeous Grape was used for the statice flowers, cut with a Fosted Bouquet die. Doesn’t my paper statice look like this?


The leaf die is also from Frosted Bouquet. Before cutting the leaf, I used a Sponge Dauber with Pear Pizzazz ink to achieve the watercolored look.

For the last detailed, I added three little pearls.


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