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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Make your emboss image pop!

Embossing gives such a professional look to cards; I just love it! Naturals Composition Specialty Designer Series Paper is awesome because the embossing is already done for you with several clear embossed designs. I have an addiction to paper with lines (like notebook paper), so I chose the pattern with lines and flowers to work with. Well actually, there wasn't much work to do because the paper already has an embossed design, so I just had to help it stand out and add some finishing touches.

 I sponged Whisper White Craft ink over the top of the paper to make the design pop. Then I stamped a couple of butterflies from Papillon Potpourri and added those to my card. To keep with the notebook look, I added a 'spine' of Basic Black card stock, embossed with the Needlepoint Border embossing folder.
I finished the card off with a sentiment from Express Yourself (hostess set), on a Whisper White banner, and an Antique brad. Last I popped up the entire top layer of the card with Stampin' Dimensionals.

Ingredients:
  • Stamps: Papillon Potpourri, and Express Yourself (hostess set)
  • Paper:
    • Whisper White card stock - 4 1/4" x 11" (scored at 5 1/2"), and 5/8" x 3"
    • Naturals Composition Specialty Designer Series Paper - 3 1/2" x 4 3/4"
    • Basic Black card stock - 1/2" x 4 3/4"
  • Ink: Basic Black, Whisper White Craft
  • Tools & Accessories:
    • Big Shot Die Cutting Machine
    • Needlepoint Border embossing folder
    • Bitty Butterfly punch
    • Antique Brad
    • Stampin' Dimensionals

2 comments:

LeAnne said...

Gorgeous! What a clever idea!

Deena Boos said...

Thank you, LeAnne! I saw the idea in a Stampin' Success magazine!

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