Hi friends! I really enjoyed making this card and it is very easy too! It used limited supplies and you probably have nearly everything you need to make it!
I love the partial embossing technique, it really gets that “How’d you do that!?!” response which is always fun! I just realized that I would be a lousy magician because I love to give away my secrets LOL! Watch the video and yu can learn how to do this technique too!
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- Stamp Sets (from Rubber Stamp Tapestry) Embellished Holiday Wreath, Sunny Daisy, Muscari and Hyacinth border, Dancing Dragonflies, Cherry Blossom, Winter Pine Border, Peace on Earth (small) *the larger peace on earth is from my stash but it is retired.
- Memento Dye ink in colors Paris Dusk, London Fog, Cottage Ivy, Tuxedo Black, Teal Zeal
- Ink Blending Brush
- Embossing folder (any kind with an all over pattern, I used a damask one
- Partial embossing template (Darice EZ Frame) or you can make one with 2 sheets of cereal box cardboard die cut and glued together. You make a window where you don’t want the embossing to show up and the frame creates the pressure for the embossing elsewhere.
- Glue pen
- Clear extra fine glitter *Instead of the glue pen and glitter you can use glitter glue or a glitter pen
- Foam tape
- Double sided tape
- Sticky (aka post-it) notes
- Circle and rectangle dies (optional)
- The die cutter I use is a Big Shot
You can adapt this idea to other seasons as well. Experiment with inks and stamps to create sensational scenes! If you liked this video please consider sharing it with a friend using one of the handy sharing buttons below or pin it on Pinterst! That helps other like-minded crafters find my blog. Sharing is caring! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!