Natural Composition Specialty Paper

Friday, July 5, 2013

Today I have a video for you showing how to do the Embossed Resist technique using the Natural Composition Specialty Paper #126912 $12.95.

I used this paper on my Timeless Talk card I showed you this past Tuesday and I had some questions regarding what I meant by doing the embossed resist technique using this paper.

I decided I would do it in a video so you get a better idea of what I’m talking about.

I also decided I would use the Old forgotten In Colors Midnight Muse, Gumball Green, Raspberry Ripple, Primrose Petals and Summer Starfruit.

Here is the finished ensemble of cards:
2014 In Colors

Aren’t they pretty?
So here is the video on how I created them:

So there you have it; the Embossed Resist technique using the Natural Composition Specialty Paper (now you know why it is called specialty paper).
Here are all the cards:

Midnight Muse

Gumball Green

Raspberry Ripple

Primrose Petals

Summer Starfruit
Summer Starfruit

Which is your favorite?

The Happy Birthday stamp was from the Blue Ribbon stamp set #131964 $28.95 or #125981 $20.95

If you would like to order this fun Specialty DSP or any of the products used to create these cards please go to my website HERE.

Make sure to come back tomorrow! I have another video and this one is going to be on creating coordinating envelopes and fancy labels to go along with these cards. There might also be a giveaway; just saying.

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See you tomorrow,

2 thoughts on “Natural Composition Specialty Paper

  1. Dianne Sloan says:

    Love the cards and enjoyed the video. Had not ordered the Natural Composition paper but it will definitely be on my next order. Thanks for reminding me to revisit the embossing resist technique. Appreciate your willingness to share.

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