5 Tips Designers Know About Victorian Inspired Cards - Embellish

« Last chance to get First Frost with the October Class of the Month! | Main | Peaceful Poinsettia Christmas card »



Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Great info and a fantastic Victorian style card! I do really like this series.

Very striking Lyssa!

Thanks for the tips, Lyssa. I found them to be interesting, although it is not likely that I will make such a beautiful, fancy, over-the-top card!

très jolie carte de Noël, j'aime beaucoup. Bonne fin de semaine.

What an awesome article! This detailed card is the kind I make on a regular basis - I had to laugh when I read that you set out to make several and only made one. Happens to me all the time! And I do love the Victorian opulence and style. I really enjoyed reading the reasons behind their techniques and discovering why I like it. Thank you!

The comments to this entry are closed.

Email Facebook Pinterest RSS Feed Instagram

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Blog header widgets 008
Blog header widgets 018
Blog header widgets 019


For legal reasons I must state that the use of and contents of my personal stamping inspiration blog, classes, events and services are the sole responsibility of Lyssa Griffin Zwolanek, Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. Song of My Heart© is not endorsed or sponsored by any company or entity, including Stampin' Up! When you visit Song of My Heart's blog no information is collected for any reason unless you voluntarily fill in the subscription form for our weekly email which will contain marketing information for crafting supplies. You may unsubscribe from that newsletter at any time and it will immediately go into effect. Questions? Contact us directly at Lyssa@songofmyheartstampers. com
Blog header widgets 003