Inlaid Embossing

Friday, October 29, 2010

Update:  My daughter is doing much better; it seems the antibiotics are working.  We are just hoping they don’t do much damage to her intestines.

Update:  My mother is still in the hospital and they have discovered that she has PAD (Peripheral Artery Disease).  They are going to be doing surgery; just waiting for a date and time.  We will find out more this morning.  She has to have dialysis today again too and that really wipes her out.  We are so thankful to finally know why her legs have been hurting her for so long, it has been just about 2 years of terrible pain.  She has been in a wheel chair at times and lately has used a walker regularly.  We are praying that she regains strength in her legs and can gradually do more things again.

Today’s card sample is a new technique that I just learned the other day by my good friend Glady.  She is also a demonstrator and I’m not sure who showed her but I thought it was so cool that I had to give it a try. 

I’m not sure of the name of this technique but I call it Inlaid Embossing.  I am going to try and do a video tutorial on this today and will post it tomorrow.  It all depends on how long I’m at the hospital today.

CS:  Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, Old Olive, More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie, Naturals Ivory
SS:  Days of Gratitude
Inks:  Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, Old Olive, More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie
Accessories:  Big shot, Square Lattice Impressions Folder, Leaves #2 die, Large Oval Punch, Log Cabin Smooch Spritz, Early Espresso Satin ribbon, Decorative Label punch

Have a Great Day!  Stay Tuned for the Tutorial!

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