I really am working on my Thanksgiving cards and I do believe I can sneak this one in for the season too as a non traditional card. After watching Jennifer McGuire’s recent YouTube on inking 3d embossing folders, I decided to give it a try and enter my card into the embossing challenge at The Sisterhood of Crafters blog.
Using my brayer and Distress inks, I inked up my Tim Holtz Alterations Sizzix 3d textures fade embossing folder. I tried inking both the outie and innie sides of the folder and this was the result of the ???? oh gee I forget I think the raised side. My sentiment is from Gina K’s Autumn Silhouettes stamp set which was stamped in Versafine Black Onyx and clear heat embossed. My frame is an Impression Obsession die; added a white vellum paper strip and some sequins.
Rainy, chilly day in Pennsylvania so I’m hoping to get a lot more cards made today. Focus, Focus, Focus!
Have a great day. Stay Safe.
9 thoughts on “Embossing Take Two”
BEAUTIFUL!! Just the right amount of sparkle and I love the narrow border down each side.
Love the colors! And the embossing is beautiful!
Fun ef, the deep texture really shows in the inked brayer technique.
Really pretty! I need to find her video and watch. I have several of these folders.
Great job on this Gayle! Hopefully you got to make lots more pretty cards on your rainy day. It will definitely work as a Thanksgiving card, cause turquoise is perfect for any day, any time of the year! (It’s my favorite color.)
Your inked texture is so soft and pretty. This is perfect for any occasion.
Your inked panel came out great! Great card for any occasion.
Well done my friend! I too watched her video and in fact, just received 3 of those embossing folders in the mail yesterday. I have other 3D but a few of those she used were SO pretty I just could help but get them (I’m such a push over! lol). Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Sisterhood of Crafters challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.
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Soft and pretty and a perfect Thanksgiving card. Love it Gayle.