Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Dry Embossing Techniques: Sanded DSP

I sanded the embossed design on Designer Series Paper, exposing the white core.

Quick and cute!

Use the Big Shot with the Manhattan Flower embossing folder to emboss the floral images on Basic Gray DSP.
Adhere the DSP to the white card stock mat to give the paper some stability.
Use a sanding block to gently remove the printed layer of the paper.

-Perfect Punches 117022
-Basic Gray ink pad 126981
-So Saffron card stock 105118
-Whisper White card stock 100730
-Neutrals Designer Series Paper Stack 117157
-Curly Label punch 119851
-Boho Blossoms punch 119858
-Itty Bitty Shapes punches pack 118309
-Big Shot 113439
-Manhattan Flower folder 114517
-Sanding block 124304
-Neutrals brads 119736
-Stampin' Dimensionals 104430
-So Saffron Taffeta ribbon 122982

Here's another one! I used the Flower Garden embossing folder with the Big Shot and sanded the raised image.

This one uses Daffodil Delight card stock and stitched gross-grain ribbon. The sentiment is from the Layered Labels stamp set and punched with the oval punch, Scallop Oval punch and Modern Label punch.


Boni MontaƱo said...

I love how this looks! I cannot wait to try it!

lisa said...

Love this!! TFS! How do you get the flower garden flower to be on the left side of the card! Is that the raised side of the paper!! Thanks

Cheryl Garratt said...

Lisa, the raised side of the embossing is sanded. Glad you like it!