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Texture Stripes with Gemma

Today I'm showcasing the Texture Changers powder, which changes the look and tone of your embossing powders.


I chose three green powders - Colour Blend Verdigris, Dixon Green and Jealous Guy. I used the clear embossing ink to cover three pieces of white card. I then heat embossed each piece with the powders.


I repeated this step, this time mixing each powder with some Texture Changers powder. I love how the Dixon Green powder becomes a mottled grey when mixed.

From each piece of embossed card, I die cut some Pretty Pink Posh Stitched Strip dies in various sizes.


On my card base, I adhered the strips at a diagonal, alternating between different sizes and colours. I then trimmed away the overhanging edges.

I finished by adding a foiled sentiment for a simple but effective masculine card.


Have a lovely day,
Gemma



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  1. These stripes of colour and variations using the Changers look really pretty Gemma and a great sentiment over the top. x

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