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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Embedded Embossing Technique

This week's LNS technique is to make a project using the embedded embossing technique.  This is a very simple and fun technique - you stamp your image of choice on cardstock, and then emboss it using an embossing folder.  Simple and fun!

I started by stamping the different leaves from the set, French Foliage, using Midnight Muse, Gumball Green and Soft Suede on a 5-1/4" x 4" piece of Whisper White c/s.  Next I ran that piece through the Big Shot using the Houndstooth EF.  Added some neutral brads, a button, Midnight Muse Ribbon (which I love), and a sentiment!



Stamps: French Foliage, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Inks: Midnight Muse, Gumball Green, Soft Suede
Papers: Whisper White, Soft Suede, Midnight Muse
Accessories: Big Shot, Houndstooth EF, Midnight Muse Satin Ribbon, Word Window Punch, Natural Designer Button, Neutral Brad, Early Espresso Baker's Twine, Paper Piercing Tool, Dimensionals, Glue Dots, Scissors

8 comments:

CherylAnn Robinson said...

I love that stamp set and I love your card. The colors are gorgeous and you used the technique so well.

Jonia said...

Eileen this is a very pretty card! I love the stamping and the embossing. I usually use a punch or something like that for this technique, but I love the stamping also. Beautiful!

Kim said...

I love this card Eileen!!! Green and blue together are one of my favorite combinations. I also really love that foliage set. Fabulous job!!

MJ said...

These colors are just beautiful! I love the entire feel of the card. Awesome job.

Kris Sobolik said...

Beautiful, those colors really are a great combination for this stamp set.

Annette said...

I love these colours Eileen. The embedded embossing of the pretty leaves looks great with the Houndstooth folder

kusaram yadhavan said...


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Charli Robineon said...

I have and love this stamp set. This is rather unique in the color scheme ... I love it! Will do one using these colors soon. Thankx for sharing.