Thursday, April 20, 2017

Cheers!

Hello Angela here with a new technique that I have never tried before, Debossing.  I really liked how it turned out and it is definitely something I will try again.  I really love this die from MFT too, can't you tell?




* Trim lilac cardstock 28cm x 10cm  and fold in half
*trim watercolour paper 14cm x 9 cm
*Using MFT Dienamics  Abstract heart and pat with versamark ink pad. Don't press too hard just a light coverage.
* replace a plastic cutting plate with the rubber mat, then the watercolour paper and then the die and sandwich with the top cutting mat.
* cover with ranger silver embossing powder and heat emboss.
**note**  I would maybe go over the imprint again with versamark pen to get a better coverage.
* wet the area imprinted with a wide paintbrush painting from top left to lower right.
* dab water colours over the wet area and let colours move around.
* repeat again so you have a beautiful splash of colour and set aside to dry.
* using a versamark pad and white cardstock smear a good portion around taking cake to complete the whole area you want covered.  It doesn't matter if you miss though as you can repeat this step again.
*Cover with Ranger Silver embossing powder (this heats up beautifully) and heat emboss.
*once cooled die cut Lawn Fawn Die CHEERS and adhere over heart with pop dots.
* add a little wink of stella
* adhere a few silver dots
* Adhere to lilac base card.

3 comments:

  1. Lovely card Angela... that heart die can be used to make cards for so many occasions...the Nuvo metallic drops look great.. didn't know they came in metallic shades too..

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  2. What's not to love with that die - loved your previous post featuring it, and now you've demonstrated a new way to use - debossing! Great result - and a lovely card!

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  3. So pretty. Love the colours you used too

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