Friday, June 15, 2012

Challenge #66 - Emboss

Thank you to everyone who played along with our chipboard challenge last moth.

For Challenge No #66 we would like to see you EMBOSS.
Do you have an embossing machine and folders that you have ignored for a long time? Do you have lots of embossing powders that are stuffed in the back of your cupboard?
Then this challenge is perfect for you this month because we want to see you include some form of embossing (wet or dry) on your project.

Be sure and comment with a link to your *newly created* project so we can see and comment on them. 
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And here are our DT examples to give you an idea on how to emboss on your projects

"I used a Crafter's Workshop stencil and rubbed an embossing pad over it. Then embossed with clear powder, and painted over it with watercolor paint. The embossing resists the paint."

"I decided to go with dry and wet embossing. I think the dry embossing is clear to see, I used my cuttlebug and some folders, the wet embossing part is the white butterfly"

“I did wet embossing with mist resist with Lawn Fawn chevron stamps and October Afternoon art box mists”.

“the paper scrap behind the photo is dry embossed”

I heat embossed the letters. I pressure embossed then heat embossed with clear powder the piece of CS under the photo at the top right. I inked over it in black, and the raised, embossed parts resisted.”
“Embossed the card with a Tim Holtz embossing folder. And also heat embossed the sentiments with Zing”
“I cut chevron strips from a piece of Bazzill patterned paper and used that as a stencil for my emboss ink. After clear heat embossing it, I brushed Mr Huey inks, three shades, and let the resist do it's thang. I distress inked the alpha stickers and misted some fabric covered octagon chipboards.”
“I heat embossed the label die cut with gold embossing powder. And the oval underneath it was dry embossed with an embossing folder. I sponged a little ink over it to show the swiss dots better.”


Sparkle and Co said...

I really love what Jennifer and Shanna made. I wish I could do that too!
have a nice week end

Fern said...

Great challenge and inspiration!!

Here's mine.

Roxy said...

Here's a link to my project:

I had a lot of fun making my own background paper here, thanks for the challenge! Hugs, Roxy.

Rita said...

my card here

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