Thursdays posts will be somewhere I will be showcasing a technique or two. From some of the new trendy ones that are popping up in the crafting world, to some of the good old favourites. For todays post I have followed on from my last Technique Thursday post with heat embossing.
For this Wedding Card I took a piece of Perfect Plum A4 Cardstock and cut it at 5 7/8 inches and scored it at 4 1/8 inches. Taking some of the gorgeous Silver Fancy Foil Designer Vellum I cut this down to 5 5/8 inches x 3 7/8 inches and adhered this to my card base with some discreet dots of Tonbow Mono Multi Glue behind all the hearts. For my main image piece I stamped the Wedding Cake image from the Your Perfect Day Stamp Set on to some more Perfect Plum Cardstock with some Versamark Ink. I covered this image with some of the Stampin Silver Embossing Powder and melted this with my Heat Tool. I can’t tell you how lovely this embossing powder is, it is my first time using it and it is gorgeous!!
I decided to use some of the beautiful embellishments from the Artisan Embellishment Kit for my card. I first adhered one of the paper doilies to the back of my main image and popped it up on my card base with some Stampin Dimensionals. I took some of the gorgeous purple velvet ribbon from the kit and by cutting a small slice out of the edge of my card thread the ribbon through and round my card front a few times.
To finish my card off I pressed my Versamark Stamp pad on to some scrap card stock and covered it with some more of the Silver Stampin Embossing Powder and melted this with my heat tool. I punched out a heart from the Itty Bitty Accent Punch Pack and popped this up on my image with a Stampin Dimensional. Finally I added a few Rhinestone Basic Jewels and that is it for this week!
Thanks for dropping by, louise xx
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