Tuesday’s Tips & Techniques Coloring Textured Embossed Cardstock

Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Party Wishes
This is Tuesday’s Tips & Techniques coloring Textured Embossed Cardstock. This is from the Occasions catalog page 4 and is a simple and fun technique.

The colors and card sample I took right from the catalog. I just wanted to show you how quick and easy this technique is to do. I know some of you like a visual. You can read about it in the catalog but sometimes seeing it done makes it way easier.

So with that here is the video:

The embossing folder I used is the new Confetti Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. I like the blank space in the middle to add your stamped images either by stamping or popping it up.

The colors I used are Crushed Curry, Melon Mambo and Mint Macaron. The stamp set is the Party Wishes stamp set and I also used the new It’s My Party Enamel Dots.

This is a fun and vibrant card, plus its quick and easy to make.

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Thanks so much and Happy Stamping
Glenda

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