Thanks so much for stopping in. Today, I have a card for the Double Embossing (heat and dry) Challenge over at Our Daily Bread Designs.
My favorite technique has always been heat-embossing. I find it adds that extra touch that gives a more professional finish to my cards. I heat-embossed the sentiment (ODBD - Little Things - #D298) on my card. I used a matching moss green pigment (ColorBox) and clear Super Fine Detail embossing powder (Ranger). I highly recommend using the super fine powders for small lettering like on this stamp. You will get a much better result.
For the dry embossing, I used a honeycomb embossing folder (the Paper Studio). The moss green and soft orange cardstock (The Home Spun Stack DCWC) came already embossed with lines. I embossed over that giving a more complex look to my top panel. I added a small strip of the green under the top panels balance to the card.
I die-cut the circles (Picot Edge Circles-Spellbinders), then heat-embossed the sentiment on one and added a few green gems.
There are still a few days left before the deadline if you want to join in the fun. Here's the link to the rules: http://www.ourdailybreaddesignsblog.blogspot.com/2015/10/odbdslc260-double-embossing-heat-and-dry.html
This is beautiful, Pamela!! I just love the green, the verse and your use of the honeycomb background to match!! Thanks for joining us for the ODBD embossing challenge!!
Wow, I agree with Chris- perfect for our challenge this week!! Love this verse and the die cut circles with the hexagon texture for the background look fabulous together!! Thanks for playing along with us at the ODBD Shining the Light Challenge- hugs and have a blessed week!
What a great way to use the honecomb folder with this stamp!!! I also like your color combo, Pamela and how you the circles to create interest!!! Thanks for joining in the double embossing challenge! It was so nice to see another card from you!!!
Lovely green! Beautiful. Thanks for sharing!
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