I recently got a few new craft tools. This one is sooo much fun it's a crimper from Stampin' Up!
Crimp: to press into small regular folds; make wavy.
It's easy peasy to use too. You just put the paper into one end, squeeze the trigger to hold the paper and wind the side crank thing. It comes out the other end perfectly crimped.
Crimp: to curl (hair), especially with the use of a curling iron.
I needed a few masculine cards for some up-coming birthdays and love how the argyle looks playing against the golf image. And the crimping of the orange paper just seemed to work.
Crimp: to press or draw together, as the ends of something.
I used the Tim Holtz film strip ribbon instead of a fabric ribbon on this card. I like to think of it as "snapshots" for the Paris theme.
Crimp: to check, restrain, or inhibit; hinder
Speaking of ribbon wait till you see the next card. I bought a Tim Holtz tiny attacher this past summer while we were on vacation.
Attach: to fasten or affix; join; connect: to attach a photograph to an application with a staple.
It's a one handed mini stapler, that works so effortlessly. I had a regular mini stapler but it didn't have the reach that I wanted.
Attach: to join in action or function; make part of: to attach oneself to a group.
The paper that I used for my images came from my "Scrap Stash Swap" partner Jane. It's a Graphic 45 line called "Sporting Aristocrat."
Attach: to include as a quality or condition of something
So my big question is... has anyone out there every "crimped" their hair? I never did.