A bit of Romance….

16/06/2013 8 Comments
Hi Everyone
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Today I have used a simple technique of resist and heat embossing on parchment which I haven’t used in ages.
I firstly cut out a card template from ‘house of Zandra’ – ornate oval card in white, and then ran it through an A4 embossing folder and touched up the edges in black soot distress ink.
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The front Matt panel was again run through another embossing folder and the edges inked.
The front panel I stamped the Clarity Stamp Paris collage, in Versamark then heat set in WOW Bright White embossing powder.  I then cut a mask and again stamped behind the main one and heat embossed.  I then inked all over with black soot distress ink then rubbed it off with a cloth, bringing the embossing back to white.
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I then stamped the same image onto parchment and heat set.  I added it over the original with brads. The Mr & Mrs I stamped out onto patterned paper and heat set.  The heart is an embellishment I coloured in black with Promarkers .
I am entering this into the following challenges:
Whimsy Stamps – Shaped Cards
Inspirational Journal – Something old, new, borrowed and blue
Sue

8 Comments

  1. Naomi

    17/06/2013

    What a lovely card, thanks for entering the challenge and best of luck.

  2. Bernie Simmons

    17/06/2013

    Very different and eye catching well done lovely card. Good luck in the challenge.

  3. JaneCrafty

    19/06/2013

    Lovely card! Thanks for entering and good luck to you! X

  4. Sue from Oregon

    20/06/2013

    A treasured card for sure!!! Love the embossing-perfect for a wedding card! Thanks for sharing with us at Inspiration Emporium Challenge blog! ♥ Sue Kment

  5. Karen Clare

    20/06/2013

    What a beautiful card, thanks so much for entering it into the Clarity Challenge blog, good luck x

  6. Lisa H

    26/06/2013

    What a beautiful and classy wedding card! Thank you so much for joining in our June challenge over at Inspiration Journal. =)

  7. Rea'

    27/06/2013

    WOW, this is amazing, I love the various textures; awesome techniques here !!

  8. Theresa Pace

    27/06/2013

    i like the techniques you have used. lovely card x

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