I’m back into my Live Streaming last night, sharing Martin Stone’s Dry Embossing a Decorative Mask technique.
You may remember by bright Snowflake card from a few posts ago. Last night I played with a different mask (I ended up buying them all!), and made a Birthday Card rather than another Christmas Card.
These cards get a little addictive! I think I’ve made 6 of them now.
Here are the supplies you’ll need if you wish to make this exact card.Product List
- Basic Black Card: 10.5cm x 26cm, scored at 13cm
- Basic Black Card: piece for sentiment
- Basic White Card: 10cm x 12.5cm
- Basic Pattern Decorative Masks  $14.00
- Artistically Inked Cling Stamp Set  $42.00
- Basic Black A4 Card Stock  $15.25
- Basic White A4 Cardstock  $17.00
- Polished Pink Classic Stampin' Pad  $13.00
- Daffodil Delight Classic Stampin' Pad  $13.00
- Granny Apple Green Stampin' Pad  $13.00
- Coastal Cabana Classic Stampin' Pad  $13.00
- Versamark Pad  $16.50
- Blending Brushes  $21.00
- Basics Embossing Powders  $31.00
- Heat Tool  $50.00
- Silicone Craft Sheet  $10.00
- Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine  $209.00
- Layer your Cut & Emboss Machine with Plate 1, Plate 3, Silicone Mat, Basic White Card, Mask, Plate 4. Pass through Machine.
- Realign Mask over Card, use blending brushes to apply ink.
- Remove Mask, apply more ink if you don't wish to have a white background.
- Adhere panel to folded Black Card Base.
- White emboss sentiment on Black Card, cut out. Adhere to card front.
- Finish by adding Bling to your card.
I hope you have a play with technique as it is a very effective look.
Cheers for now