July 23, 2012

Embossing tutorial "Get Well Card"

Good Morning!

I am excited to show you a card I made using different techniques, I wanted to make it bright and a touch of softness so it will have a cheerful calming effect on the receiver that is not feeling so well.

One of the techniques I used was stamping and embossing with this ribbon

To get these effects follow the written tutorial just below the image

  • For the area highlighted in black:  Cut a piece of ribbon to cover area you want this effect. (I used masking tape to hold it in place)
  • Stamped over the ribbon with a waterbased ink, (I used "VERDIGRIS" Antiquites by Ranger) and  gave it a minute  to dry.
  • Keeping the ribbon in place stamp over it again using Watermark resist ink pad ... (Tim Holtz's Watermark resist Dual- Purpose ink pad by Ranger )
  •  Remove the ribbon and  sprinkled genereously with Clear Ultra Thick Embossing Powder  and use an Embossing Heat Gun to melt it.
  • The area highlighted in red you will see I did the same thing with the Doiley only this time I just pressed the doiley into the ink pads.  Voila!!!!!!  Easy Peasy!
Not very straight with the camera so it seems!!! lol

 Today I am playing in a challenge over at Stamp with fun Challenge #71 , The Challenge this week is "Lace Doiley"Join in on the fun!!!!

Have a terrific day.


Cathy said...

Amazing job!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow!! This is beautiful!! LOVING the different techniques and loving the mix of colors you used!!!!!

Christina Griffiths said...

Another lovely creation Naomi and I love the colours that you have used. The added butterfly looks just perfect nestled on the corner.

mamawcindy said...

So Pretty Naomi, Love seeing different Techniques! Thanks for Sharing! :0)

Unknown said...

Gorgeous card, love the Design!

Thanks for sharing with us this week at Love to Create Challenge, good luck!

Jo xxx

Jackie Randolph said...

Gorgeous!! Great techniques! TFS and playing along with us at Love to Create Challenge this week!

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