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Cindy here to share another birthday card. One could not have too have birthday cards, could you? 😉 This month’s challenge is Embossing. I did both dry embossing and heat embossing on my card. And I was inspired to use those colours from a card sent to me by a dear friend. You could see that card on my blog Escape To Stamping.
- Ink embossing folder and spritz with Perfect Pearl solution. Place water colour paper in embossing folder, close and pass thru die cut machine. Let panel dry.
- On white card stock and vellum, ink and heat emboss the various images. Closing trim.
- Adhere dry embossed panel on card base.
- Adhere the rest of the element on embossed panel as shown.
Here’s a couple of close up:
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Hero Arts Stamp Your Own Succulents
Hero Arts Papel Picado Frame Cuts
Sizzix embossing folder (Cornflowers & Posies Set)
Ranger Distress Ink (Curshed Olive, Broken China, Peeled Paint, Milled Lavander)
Clear embossing ink
Ranger Perfect Pearl