I thought that It would be fun to see what would happen if I embossed on ribbons, well let me say I just love the results. I stamped it on a piece of 2 1/2" May Arts Grosgrain ribbon and that with the combination of wonderful stamps and powders it sure comes out nice and crisp. I used the Brocade stamp with the Earthtone Olive and the Pastel Pink Embossing powders. The green I put as an patterned element with in my circle, can you just see how crisp the design is. and the pink I then embossed but cut and rolled into the pink flower in the center. I just love how this layout turned out and I think that I will be putting this one into a frame. I do have an FYI if you try this make sure your don't heat to long on your ribbon because it will start to melt, believe me I know :) Jenifer Cowles
Good morning crafty friends, I hope you're all well and getting very creative this month!
As this month's challenge is summer and I live on an island it seemed only natural that my inspiration card would feature sea and sand.
To create my beach scene I started off with a piece of pale blue card and a rubbed a Clear Ultra Slow Drying Embossing Pad across the top several times. I then sprinkled WOW Peppermint Tea Powder and Under The Sea Glitter over the top, tapped off the excess and melted with a heat tool. I created the sand underneath using Gold Pearl Powder.
For the sea I ran a line of PVA glue in the middle of the sky and sand with my finger, sprinkled with Under The Sea Glitter and melted with a heat tool. For the waves I added small areas of PVA straight from the nib of the bottle when added Opaque White Powder.
The birds and sentiment I have used Opaque British Summer Powder which is one of my favourite new powders, great colour and great name!
Finally, I added beach in…
It's Sarah here with today's blog post created for our Monochromatic theme.
I don't know about you, but I always find I need to use stamps from a
mixture of stamp sets and I thought it would be easier if I didn't have
to slide each stamp set in and out of the packets all of the time.
I have a bunch of empty CD cases that I had almost thrown out but
thankfully I hadn't as they turned out to be the perfect solution! The
part that holds the CD easily popped out so I could then position my
different stamp sets within them.
I found an old wooden CD box but it had no lid and as all clear acrylic stamps are
best stored out of the light, I decided I would make a box lid for it... not
just a plain lid though... a Wow Embossed box lid!
are brief instructions on how to make it:
Using pearl silver card, I created a square to the size that I needed (145mm) and added 30mm wide rectangles around the square adding in some t…
Welcome to the Altenew 3rd Anniversary Blog Hop! If this is the first post you are reading and you would like to hop along you can start here on the Altenew Blog!
Altenew was kind enough to send us some stamps to play with and invited us to participate in the blog hop! There are some awesome prizes to be won and we also have a $30 gift certificate to give away to spend in our shop! Be sure to leave comments on all 4 days of the blog hop to get a chance to win some amazing prizes!
I got to play with two Altenew Stamps: Basic Borders and Thinking Of You. I loved them so much I made two projects with them!
I created this very easy background using the entire stamp set as a background and inked it up with our WOW! Embossing Powder Inkpad (UK Shop, US Shop) and using a variety of our Primary Embossing Powders (UK Shop, US Shop) to create this rainbow effect! <3 The Primary Embossing Powders go really well with each other and I simplay love how glossy they are.