I have posted this once before, but it is one of my favorite and features one of my go-to May Arts ribbons, the 1.5 inch White Net Ribbon. I used the Jellyfish Stencil through my Cuttlebug with my Stamping Details Rubber Embossing Mat. The material I embossed was medium blue coated aluminum. I placed the stencil face down on the A Plate and covered it with the metal, face down, the embossing mat and the two B Plates. I did the same with the LM 248 Happy Birthday Stencil, except that I placed both the stencil and the metal face up. In this way, I "debossed" it, sending the metal into the wells of the stencil. You should LEAVE the stencil behind the sentiment until you are done sanding. After the metal was embossed, I colored the backgrounds a little with Color Solutions in Aquarius, Iceberg and Blue Velvet. I used these colors on the Happy Birthday wish as well. Then, I lightly sanded the jellyfish and fully sanded the outside of the letters to reveal the silver. (After this step, you should remove the stencil.)
After sanding, I tapped some of the White Pearl Color Solutions over the top of the jellyfish.