For my sister's birthday I made her a book box card and filled it with monogrammed notecards. I was extremely happy with how it turned out, but was in such a hurry to send it off in time that I didn't take a picture of it. But I did take pics of some of the notecards, and the one above is one of my favorites, particularly because I got to use some of my very favorite papers. I was also very happy with the rosette because I finally figured out how to make one. I know how stupid that sounds, but I'm one of those people who can easily figure out a very difficult project, while the simple ones elude me.
To make the monogram, I printed out the "T" on C'ordinations white pearl paper and then immediately covered it with Stampendous transparent embossing powder. These papers have such a smooth surface the printer ink doesn't dry immediately, and thus, embossing powders stick to it beautifully. My choices of what I can emboss on these papers is only limited to what images I can find, or can draw, on my computer. In other words, limited is really unlimited.
My Mind's Eye Adore paper
My Mind's Eye Asparagus paper
Basic Grey Olivia papers
C'ordinations white pearls paper
Recollections sticky pearls
ribbon from stash
Creative Belli Blog--make your own embellishments
Party Time Tuesdays--square card
Craft Your Passion--anything goes
Digi Design House--make your own flower(s)