Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Embossing With Stencil With DT Lynnea

Hey, everyone! It's Lynnea and I'm going to show you how you can add heat embossing with a stencil to give your project some shine and dimension! Let's get started!

I grabbed some supplies to start with, but you'll see in the end I add even more!

I blended some Distress Oxide inks onto a watercolor card panel to create my background. I used Faded Jeans all over and added some Black Soot to the edges to darken it up. I blended the black into the blue with Hickory Smoke.

I taped the Hearts Galore stencil to the back of my cardstock because my original plan was to use the entire inked panel. You'll see later that I used a die to trim it down.

Once I taped down my stencil I used my Versamark ink pad and smooshed the ink down all over the stencil. Once I removed my stencil I added some clear embossing powder. This adds some shine and the area where the embossing powder is melted is darker.

I stamped my sentiment from two stamp sets - Happy Sentiments and Wishful Thoughts - onto a banner die cut from the Flag Banner die set. I used clear embossing powder over black ink so the sentiment's shine would match the card background.

I chose to cut down the panel with the largest scalloped rectangle die from the Fancy Frame die set. I also cut the left side of the sentiment banner with the same die so that the edges would match up.

At first this looks like a normal card, but it is actually super shiny and has great texture!

Here's my final card! I hope you will try this technique for yourself!

Products Used: 

 Hearts Galore Stencil

 Happy Sentiments Stamp

 Wishful Thoughts Stamps

 Fancy Frame Dies

 Flag Banner Dies

Versamark Ink

 Faded Jeans Oxide Ink

 Black Soot Oxide Ink

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Embossing With Stencil With DT Waleska

Hello there, Waleska from craftinglovew, thank you stopping by today.  My post is part of the Heat Embossed /Dry Embossed  Techniques with Stencils the Design Team is sharing.  I decided to use a Dry Embossed technique to share with you.


To start with my cards I did a dry embossing technique with the Hearts Galore Craftin Desert Divas Stencil.  To do  this you will need a die cutting machine, your normal plates and a silicone mat.  Your sandwich will be:
1. Tab 1
2. Acrylic Plate 1
3. Silicone Mat
4. Piece of Paper you want to emboss
5. Stencil
6. Acrylic Plate 2
Run all this into your die cutting machine, you will find that is very tight, but it totally works great!!

After I have my Dry Embossed pieces I used different colors of Oxide Inks, a soft and a brighter color to add to the pieces.  The soft for the entire front and the brighter color for the edges.

I used the brighter color also mixed with water to add water splashes to the piece for more interest.

I used the super sweet Garden Bugs Stamp set for this cards, I colored them with markers in the same colors from the dry embossed panels I created.

I adhere with 3D foam the cute bugs and I also adhere all the panels to black card bases.

To finish my cards I added glitter glue to the wings and some other parts of the stamped imgage and added the sentiment on a black strip with white embossing powder.

I hope you find this helpful, and can be inspired to use your stencils to give dimension and a different look to your cards!

Have a Great Day!

Craftin Desert Divas Supplies:


Monday, February 26, 2018

Embossing With Stencil With DT Adela

Hi everyone, DT Adéla here.
Today I want to show you how you can use your stencils for heat embossing.
Here is the card I want to show you.

I took cute troll girl from Jellybean kisses stamp set and Party time stencil. Clouds in the background are made with homemade stencil from paper piece.

I gently applied blue ink with blender to male cloudy background.

I took stencil with balloons, stick with washi tape and applied clear embossing medium with small sponge dauber.

I sprinkled this area with white embossing powder and than heat it with heat gun.

I stamped and colored troll girl. I cut out her basket so she can hold the balloons.

I used white thread to "tie" the balloons.

I attached this image to the pink card base and add few sequins to cheer up the balloons.

Don´t forget to show us your creativity in our CDD gallery.


Product I used:

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