Friday, January 29, 2016

May Arts Ribbon and an Embossing Powder Tree Line

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Thanks for stopping by today to check out our Stampendous and May Arts Ribbon Blog Hop.  Of course, because it is a Blog Hop, we are offering some wonderful prizes.

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  • CRR247 Cling Beautiful Braid Rubber Stamp
  • SSC1220 Sisters Perfectly Clear Stamps
  • Assortment of May Arts Ribbon
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Here is my project for the day:


Materials:
My Colors Card Stock in Charcoal and Sky
Glue Dots
Heat Tool

Directions:
1) The card base is 9” by 5 ¾” folded on top
2)  Either soap the back the Tree Line Stencil or cover it with Versamark.  You need to create a light film across the back that makes the stencil easy to remove from the adhesive on the mounting paper.
3)  Cut the mounting paper to match the sizes of the stencil.
4)  Remove one side of the coverings on the double sided mounting paper and place the stencil, soap or Versamark side down, on the paper.
5)  Pour the colored (non-silver) embossing powders over the stencil in strips and then blend the colors together with your finger.
9)  Place the project upside down on a flat surface and carefully peel the mounting paper off of the stencil.
10)  Use the heat tool to emboss the image.
11)  Cover the newly revealed sticky paper with Aged Silver Embossing Enamel and press down lightly with your finger.
12)  Pour the Sterling Silver Embossing Enamel in the areas that seem a little bare.
13)  Emboss with your heat tool.
14)  Assemble the card.  Remember that removing the backing from the Double Sided Mounting Adhesive makes it into a sticker.

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18 comments:

  1. This is stunning. I have never seen it done like this and I HAVE to try it. Great Job!

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  2. Breath taking!! I love this card so much!! I love all things trees and this stencil is a definite must have!!!! Saving my pennies for it!! TFS!

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  3. This is amazing!I love all the embossing powders you used to create the sky. That is so cool.

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  4. Yowza! What a cool technique! Bookmarking this to try some day - thanks for the inspiration!

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  5. Oh pretty and I love
    the embossing colors!
    Carla from Utah

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  6. The embossing makes this a wonderful card.
    The bark on the trees looks so real.
    thanks for sharing a great card and giving the
    directions for making it.

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  7. Beautiful colors and texture.

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  8. Beautiful card. The texture looks amazing.

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  9. What a lovely image. I would never think to use a stencil this way. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. So so pretty. Love the colors. ♥♥♥

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  11. This is one of my favorite stencils. Will have to try this new technique.

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  12. Love this!! Such a fun technique!

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  13. Wow, what a beautiful card! I love how you created that awesome bg in purple and blues and the texture on the tree scape is amazing! Super inspiring, tfs!! :)

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  14. I love your card! It's so beautiful and reminds me of looking at the northern lights through the trees. :)

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  15. Gorgeous! The combination of the embossing powders with the stenciled treeline and that background color is just fabulous! Thank you for sharing this week!

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