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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Dry Embossing Techniques: Frame

It was so hard to choose from the many beautiful and exclusive Stampin' Up! embossing folders for the Big Shot for this technique!

The idea is to use a shim to emboss only a portion of a mat.















 Place the card stock mat into the embossing folder on top of the Big Shot platform on Tab 2.
 Place a mat board photo frame over the embossing folder and cover it with a clear cutting pad. (I bought my photo frame at a craft store.)
Run this stack through the Big Shot and remove the mat from the folder.
The oval area will not be embossed.
 Place the photo frame on a work surface.
 Lay the partially embossed card stock mat over the photo frame and press around the oval with your fingers to make a slight indentation.
 Use a stylus to carefully follow the oval shape.
Punch some flowers from white card stock and snip between each petal toward the centre. Use a Sponge Dauber to add a little yellow ink.
Use the rounded end of a pen on the Stampin' Pierce Mat to shape the  flowers.






Supplies
Stamps
-One in a Million 126380
Ink
-Always Artichoke pad 126972
-So Saffron pad 126957
Paper
-So Saffron card stock 105118
-Baja Breeze card stock 111352
-Whisper White card stock 100730
-River Rock card stock 108640
Tools
-Big Shot 113439
-Elegant Lines embossing folder 119277
-Simple Scored stylus 125624
-Stampin' Pierce Mat 126199
-Boho Blossoms punch 119858
-Bird Builder punch 117191
-Sponge Daubers 102892
Accessories
-Basic Pearls 119247

1 comment:

ArtisticInkspirations said...

Thanks for showing this...I've read several on doing this, but your detailed pictures really explain it all.. Very PRETTY unique card!! Love it!!