Thursday, April 11, 2019

Embossing without an Embossing Folder

     Hello, everyone! Samantha here. Today I'm going to be showing you a technique for getting the textured look of an embossing folder on a card without actually using an embossing folder.

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     You will need:
     Let's get started. To begin take your panel and line one end up to the 6" mark on your score board. Line the opposite bottom end up to the 6" mark as well.


Holding the panel firmly in place use your scoring tool to make score lines at every .25".


     Turn the panel so that the opposite ends line up to the 6" mark. Score at every .25" just like you did on the other side.


     This gives you a fantastic diamond pattern.


     Apply a liberal amount of anti static powder to the panel. Use Versamark Watermark ink to stamp the Ironwork Background stamp onto the panel. Heat emboss with white embossing powder.

     Adhere the glitter cardstock to your card base.


     Trim the stamped panel down to 5 1/8" x 3 5/8", leaving a 1/8" border around the stamped image. Adhere that over the glitter cardstock.


     Using purple ink stamp the Creativity Definition stamp onto white cardstock.

   
     Trim down.
 
     Attach the sentiment strip to the card front using dimensional foam adhesive.


     Add embellishments of your choice. I used Tonic Nuvo Crystal Drops in Sweet Lilac.


     That's it!






     I hope that this will inspire you to create your own embossed designs. Thanks so much for stopping by.
     Until next time,
     Samantha

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