I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas!
Today I have a quick technique I would like to share with you…
I got the inspiration for this technique from seeing so many beautiful cards where the card stock was dry embossed and then the raised areas of the emboss were inked with a contrasting color.
So, I thought what about doing it twice? That’s right…emboss, ink, then emboss again and ink again. Sound like fun? It is! 🙂
Photos of each step at the bottom of this post.
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Step #4: Turning the card stock 90°, place in embossing folder.
Step #6: Ink again as before with Step #2, across the new embossed raised area.
There you have… the Double Emboss. Give it a try & tell me what you think. 🙂
Materials – Stamps: Multi Step Sunflowers from Kitchen Sink Stamps. Paper: Solar White Classic Crest from Neenah. Soft Suede, Really Rust and Chocolate Chip by SU! Ink: Memento and VersaFine Inks were used for the Sunflower and the Color Recipe can be found HERE. Jumbo Java – VersaMagic was used with the Dry embossing. Embellishments: Dry Emboss folder – Distressed stripes from Cuttlebug. 4.25″x4.25″ chip board from my scraps. Brass D-Ring hardware from We R Memory Keepers glued on by Crystal Effects from SU!
The last week to join us in fun with KS Crew Challenge #20!
Post your KSS project using Mr. Linky at the bottom of the post on the KSS BLOG (HERE). Please leave one link per challenge sample. Enter as many samples as you like. When uploading your KSS’s entry to you favorite gallery, please use KSCC#20, kitchensinkstamps or KSS as the keyword or tag.
All the info and rules for KSCC#20 can be found HERE.
Deadline to my challenge is Thursday (NewYear’s Eve.) – Dec. 31st – midnight EDT.