February 17, 2011

Trying a new Technique out

Hello bloggy friends,

    Now here is my 4th post of the day. Scroll down to see the rest.

 Ok, so I have always thought of doing this, Don't know if anyone has tried it at all. But I kept thinking that I wanted to do more with my Cuttlebug folders than just emboss. So while I pondered this for many many months. I finally decided to try it with my new Stampin Up' Sizzix embossing folder.

    This is what I was thinking. After I emboss an Image how can I make it really pop. I know some people have rubbed their ink pad over it and others have sanded their paper down, but has anyone heat embossed an image? Well I did!!! I kinda like it. I looks diferent and does help bring out the image more.

  Take a look at the pics and tell me what you think. Now this is a first, for everything on my card. I heat embossed, added ribbon, bling, even metal pieces. I also did some sanding down, paper ripping, and sprayed some smooches spritz. I wanted to go for an old vintage style card. Without using any browns in it. Here it is......

  I'd appreciate all your comments. Maybe I'll continue this if I get some good feedback.


Here it is, what do you think?

What I did first was embossed a piece of pink cardstock,
then I lightly rubbed my Versamark pad over the lifted area. I was trying to get only the
embossed part but it didn't happened like I'd liked it to. I poured white powder
all over and brushed off a lot from the inside of the image.
I heat set it and then cut the image out.

The red base paper I sanded as much as I could down and then sprayed red
smooches spritz all over. I also sanded down the pink glimmer
cardstock to take shininess off and tore a rectangle out.
I added eyelets and these metal letters I found in my stash.

I love adding bling so I just had to. Don't know if it goes with the
feel I was goin for? But I still added it.


  So there you have it. I tried all kinds off different techniques I've never tried before. I was trying to think outside of the box as they say. Comments are really appreciated. I want to see if you all think  I should try another one out or have any ideas on how to perfect what I was going for. This was a very messy project!

 Blog with you soon.

Toodles!


8 comments:

Creating a Crafty Life said...

I think it looks amazing! The flower really has a lot of detail.

PinkBlingCrafter said...

OMG!!!! girl that looks GORGEOUS!!! and most definitely try that technique:) thanks for the inspiration WOW!!! LOVEEEE it:)

Brenda said...

Oh I for sure love the idea and it looks beautiful. Thanks for a great idea.

Anonymous said...

This is a great idea!

MurphyMama said...

WOW I love it. What a great idea!

Sandra 365 Days Of Cricut said...

That is so pretty I love the rose!

CREATIONS BY MOMMY said...

Omg! Girl that card is so pretty! Great job and congrats on the now 105 followers:) will post giveaway later today.

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