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Just Because – a2z Scrapbooking August Challenge

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Hello everyone,

It’s Donna here with a2z Scrapbooking August challenge which is embossing, you can use embossing paste on your project, or use embossing powder or embossing folders. I choose to use embossing paste on my project. If I can recall, this is my first time using embossing paste on a card. It’s not perfect, but I must say, I like how it turned out. I like the embossed roughness look and the feel of my card. I used Hero Arts showdow inks to add color to my card. Here is what I did………….

This is the embossing paste that I put on the craft mat and added
some ink.  I folded in the paste with the embossing
knife until I had the color I wanted (adding more to the mat).

embossing soft purple

After I got the color I wanted, I took my knife and smoothed the paste on the stencil.  My paste was not as smooth when I finished, but I like the overall look.  I hope I have inspired you to create something for this challenge.

a2z August Challenge - embossing

Hop on over to a2z Scrapbooking blog and play along.  Don’t forget to use at lease one Hero Arts product.  You have all month to play along.  You also have a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to the a2z Scrapbooking Store.  The winner will be announced on September 7

If you are a Hero Arts lover, the a2z Scrapbooking store has some wonderful items in the store. Please use donna15, to receive 15% off your items.

Good luck and please come back again!

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One thought on “Just Because – a2z Scrapbooking August Challenge

  1. So beautifully done! The dual colour embossing looks great!!

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