Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Flourished Blessings with Clear Embossing Technique

Here are two cards that I made using a clear embossing technique over Splendor paper.  First I stamped the leaf image (D1379 Flourished Blessings) onto the patterned paper with Versamark Ink.  Next I applied CTMH Clear Embossing Powder and heat set with our craft heater. After that I used a sponge dauber with either Chocolate stamp pad or Topiary stamp pad to rub ink into the grooves of the stamped image and around the stamped image to provide contrast from the original paper print which shows in the leaf image.  The first card uses Colonial White as the base with Goldrush and Pansy Purple cardstock and Chocolate ink.  The second card uses Colonial White as the base with Garden Green and Autumn Terracotta cardstock and Topiary Ink.  Close To My Heart has such beautiful patterned papers that this technique can be used with--let your imagination run free with this easy yet stunning technique!


5 comments:

  1. Wow, very pretty...love them:)

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  2. Beautiful Fall cards, Marie! Love this stamp set and you've worked it so wonderfully! Love those leaf images and the elegant sayings that go along with them. Gorgeous designs and awesome job with the embossing! Thanks for playing along with us at Heart 2 Heart challenges!

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  3. Love the embossed relief on pattern paper! The leaves are gorgeous this way.

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  4. Fabulous cards. Great idea to use the resist technique over B&T.

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  5. Such a beautiful color combination its looking so beautiful...
    Plastic card printing
    Plastic cards

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