Jun 13, 2020

Embossing at Allsorts Challenge

Hello and welcome! It's Saturday, that means a new theme starts today at Allsorts challenge. Kath is hosting and she picked the theme of Embossing. You can heat emboss or dry emboss, the choice is yours and I hope you'll decide to join us!


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I decided to use dry embossing using an old Cuttlebug embossing folder in my Big Shot machine. This folder is old and I don't remember what the pattern is called, but there are many to choose from on Amazon and several options at Scrapbook dot com.



The image is from the Penny Black set Happy Together. I stamped with Memento ink and then colored with Copic markers. It's hard to see but the butterfly (also from the set) was stamped and fussy cut then added with foam tape to make it pop up.


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The simple sentiment is from Penny Black's set Snippets. I found the die cut circle and scallop circle already pre-cut in my box of die cut paper scraps, they were one with old nestabilities dies using Stampin Up card stock. The scallop circle looks black but is a dark burgundy or purple in real life. I think the  photo below shows the color better.




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I'm linking up with these blogs:
Colour Crazy Challenge - coloring // Craft Rocket Challenges - Embossing // Stamps & Fun = Creativity - Nature or Flowers // 
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17 comments:

  1. What lovely light and vibrant greens Ellie, it's a great design to showcase the succulents and the little Butterfly is a perfect finishing touch.

    B x

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  2. Loving the tones on your card, so bright and cheerful too. Lovely embossing, I think I have that design in my stash.

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  3. I love this Ellie, I have never seen that image before but its so different and a great image to use.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  4. Lovely layered look and I do like the texture of dry embossing.

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  5. This card really stands out, great image and superb colours of the lovely images.

    Kath x

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  6. This is a wonderful card Ellie, super design, xxxx

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  7. A stunning card Ellie - I also cannot think of the name of that embossing folder, but it is one I love! The greens and white look wonderful together with the touch of the dark burgundy.
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  8. This is a different style of card than you usually make. I love those succulent images. Such a pretty card.

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  9. So pretty! Especially love the little butterfly <3

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  10. Great card! I love the little cactuses.

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  11. Very cute! I am trying to add more embossing on my cards using my die cut folders but I don't always think of using them. Pinned.

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  12. So beautiful card, I'd love it;-))m

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  13. Your colouring really is brilliant!

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  14. Great card, Thanks for sharing it with us at the Colour Crazy Craft challenge janet DT

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  15. A fab combination here!
    Just perfect for the Challenge!
    Great project!
    Fabulous that you have shared this with us here at Colour Crazy.
    Good luck and we hope you will come back again! Jackie DT Member xxx

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