Orange & Black

Can You Handle The Pressure challenge is anything goes embossing with a twist of orange & black. I did go back to the drawing board after making an orange & black card on my previous post but forgetting about the required embossing folder. The Sizzix 3D Dandelion Wish textured impressions embossing folder used as a freebie from After embossing, I opted to use and ink the debossed side, then added a die cut dandelion from my stash and the large hello sentiment which is from Gina K Designs A Little Hello stamp and die set.

Thanks for stopping in for a peek. I appreciate you and your time. Take care and stay safe.

19 thoughts on “Orange & Black

    1. Thanks, Lisa, I liked the look of the debossed side when I inked it much better than the embossed side. Interesting the two completely different looks you get.

  1. OH Gayle this is AWESOME! What a clever idea and it look FABULOUS! You always inspire me!! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Can You Handle the Pressure challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often. We appreciate your support!

    Can You Handle the Pressure

    P.S. Just a friendly reminder that our new STENCIL FUN CHALLENGE is open and ready to see your stenciled creations. Hope you’ll come join in the fun!

  2. LOVE this! Your background looks awesome, and I love the black and orange die cuts on it. Love how you used orange and black on a non-Halloween design. So pretty!

    1. Thanks, Lisa, I sat and stared at this for quite sometime before deciding to post it. I appreciate your kind words.

    1. Thanks, Golda, I was kind of stuck with a sentiment then figured it needed something scripty and large.

    1. Thanks Gerry. I first inked the embossed side then flipped it over and liked the debossed side much better.

  3. Great background and I’m glad I read your post because I forgot they wanted orange and black so back to the drawing board for me too.

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