Tuesday’s Tips & Techniques – Embossed Scenic Backgrounds

Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Embossed Scenic Background
This month I’m featuring the Embossing Folders and every Tuesday in September I’m going to show you different ways to use the folders.

Today’s Tips & Techniques is what I’m calling the Embossed Scenic Background.

I used the Woodland Textured Impressions Embossing Folder and created a scenic background with a brayer and 3 inks.

This embossing folder is sold in a bundle with the Among the Branches stamp set. You save 15% if you purchase the bundle.

The colors I used on the card are Rich Razzleberry, Daffodil Delight and Tangelo Twist.

Here’s the video on the technique:

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2 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Tips & Techniques – Embossed Scenic Backgrounds

  1. Mary Lloyd says:

    Loved the video! The colors were great! Also the birds in that stamp set are a crow and an owl! LOL you cracked me up when you said” a buzzard or something I’m not sure!” Anyway I like owls so i know that fat one is and owl LOL! Keep up the great videos.

  2. glenda says:

    LOL Thanks Mary, I can see that it is an owl now. I wasn’t paying much attention. Thanks for watching the videos; glad you like them.

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