May 26 2013

Marble Embossing “My Friend” Card

Marble Embossing My Friend Card

 

There is no reason ribbon has to face down, is there? I added this ruffle of Pool Party Seam Binding above the greeting facing up and I think it works. 

 

This card was made with Crumb Cake, Pool Party and Early Espresso. A color combo that is quickly becoming a favorite. I embossed the Early Espresso card stock with the Fancy Fan embossing folder before adhering it to Pool Party card stock and then to the Crumb Cake card.

The greeting was stamped in VersaMark onto Pool Party card stock and heat embossed with Early Espresso embossing powder. This piece was layered onto a strip of Early Espresso card stock that has Pool Party Seam Binding behind it.

The "Inchies" are just that – 1" pieces of a marble embossed image from the My Friend stamp set

 

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Stamps: My Friend (Wood 122585, Clear 122587)

Ink: VersaMark (102283)  

Paper: Pool Party (122924), Early Espresso (119686), Crumb Cake (120953)

Big Shot: Fancy Fan Embossing Folder (127751)

Other: Pool Party Embossing Powder (129398), Early Espresso Embossing Powder (128980), Pool Party Seam Binding (125582)

 

Marble Embossing Fodler Close Up

 

A close up of the speckled effect from Marble Embossing.

 

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One Response to “Marble Embossing “My Friend” Card”

  1. Vicki Milyardon 01 Jun 2013 at 3:56 pm

    this is really nice, I just signed up and hope I can find out how you’ve done this, I’d like to show at my next stamp camp if that’s okay with you. thanks for sharing it is really lovely. Vicki

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