Thursday, April 28, 2016

Pine Needles Embossing Folder Stamping

On a whim I bought the Pine Needles embossing folder
by Richard Garay...and I actually used it. Sometimes I buy things and they sit forever!

This is embossing folder stamping technique I used:  Dabbed the twisted citron distress inkpad directly onto the raised side of the embossing folder, spritzed with water, added paper, closed the embossing folder and pressed it down with my hands. 
The ink was transferred to the paper in a distressed look.  
I did NOT run it through my Cuttlebug. 
Since I was in a hurry, I used my heat tool to dry it, but you can let it air dry.

Stamps: Michael Strong, Verses Rubber Stamps
Distress inks: twisted citron, wilted violet, fossilized amber, ripe persimmon
SU ink: wild wasabi

Martha Stewart deep edge garden gate punch
gemstones

Stamps:Michael Strong, Hero Arts
Distress Ink: carved pumpkin
Martha Stewart Martha Stewart deep edge scroll heart punch
Various Markers
gemstones

Stamps: Michael Strong, TPC Studio
Distress Inks: carved pumpkin, ripe persimmon
EK Success medallion punch
gemstone

Thanks for visiting!

4 comments:

  1. Absolutey beautiful cards,Laura. I love all your embossed and stamped backgrounds and of course the color orange is always good with me!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Very nice cards, Laura!
    I always forget which side to put the ink on. ;-)

    greetings, Trix











    0

    ReplyDelete
  3. Wonderful cards! So bright and happy! (I have the same problem as Trix.)

    ReplyDelete
  4. Pretty Spring cards. Thanks for sharing.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for your comment!