Thursday, 30 March 2017

Country Livin'

Welcome,

Did you know that you can emboss an image even if you don't have the particular coloured embossing powder? I embossed the sentiment and guitar on this card. This would be a great card for a teenager.

 

This is how to emboss without coloured embossing powder. Ink your stamp with VersaMark (#102283) as usual, then ink the stamp with the coloured ink then stamp onto the card. Apply Clear Stampin' Emboss powder (#109130) and heat set with the Heat Tool (#129056). So if you have Clear embossing powder you can emboss any colour you require. The guitar is from the Country Livin' stamp set (#c141925, #w141922), the sentiment is from Guy Greetings stamp set (#c138828, #w138825, #p137178) and the splotches are from the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set (#c130517, #w130514). The splotches were stamped with Crumb Cake ink (#121685) and Dapper Denim ink (#141394) using the stamping off method. Dapper Denim ink was also used for the embossing.The cardstock is Dapper Denim (#141419) and Very Vanilla (#106550) with Moroccan Designer Series Paper (#141645). The oval was cut with the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies (#145372), and the banner was cut using the Bunch of Banners Framelits (#141488). Stampin' Dimesionals (#104430) were used to attach the sentiment to the card.

 Now, I wanted to show what a difference just a couple of changes can make to a card. Here is a very basic card using the same stamp sets as above -

 

Then using framelits and the Dapper Denim splotches-


 

Then adding a piece of DSP,  reducing the size of the Very Vanilla card and embossing the guitar and sentiment as on the first card.

 


Till next time,

Happy Stamping!


Lesley.


Lesley Jendra,

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.


www.lesleyjendra.stampinup.net


lesleyjendra@bigpond.com.au

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