Wednesday, January 28, 2015

"Love" Clean & Simple Embossing

I am so motivated!!! I am taking this online card class and it is really breaking me out of my creative rut. Here is the card that I cased from the class. Hope you like it.
Here is what you will need to make this card panel:

  • Cut the masking paper at 3 3/4 square (or the shape of your panel. My panel is 3 3/4 x 5 1/2.) Use any basic shape die cut you want for your focal point. Die cut.
  • Using Versamark ink, cover your entire background stamp with it.
  • Place your die-cut masking paper on the white cardstock. Don't worry, it will not hurt the ink at all.
  • Next, cover your shape (in this case, the heart) with red embossing powder. Heat set. Try and avoid the uncovered parts of your cardstock to prevent the Versamark ink from drying out. Slowly peel off the masking paper.
  • Then, cover the rest of your card with the second color of embossing powder. Using a soft brush, brush off any excess that may stick onto your shape. Heat set.
  • Die cut a sentiment to go across your shape. Adhere.
  • I colored the clear rhinestones with Cherry Cobbler Stampin Blendabilities.

Most of the products are from Stampin Up. Please click HERE to visit my store.
  • Hardwood Background Stamp #133032
  • Embossing Powders - Cherry Cobbler #122949 & Silver #109131
  • Framelits - Hearts #125599 & Expressions (Retired)
  • Whisper White paper #100730
  • Basic Black #121045
  • Rhinestones #119246
  • Stampin' Blendabilities - Cherry Cobbler #130995

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